The question, do eyelashes grow back, is easily answered with a simple yes. Eyelashes, just like any other kind of hair on your body will indeed grow back. A healthy lifestyle, being active, and maintaining a well balanced diet are key components to regrowth of your precious eyelashes. The delicate nature of your protective eyelid hairs naturally causes them to grow back significantly slower than other hairs. The causes of eyelash loss can vary from a poor diet to a handful of skin diseases. Which remedy or medication to take is best discussed with a doctor or dermatologist. Loss of your eyelashes can heavily impact your confidence and how you feel about your appearance. An easy fix is obviously what you’re after, but rushing things in unnatural ways can have negative effects.
If you can feel a tingling sensation in your eyelids, you might be dealing with an inflammation or even an infection, which can cause your lash follicles to not do their job properly. An anti inflammatory cream or infection stopping medication will most definitely solve this problem, and you’ll be able to enjoy a swift recovery. A less common problem can be a mite infestation, these tiny critters can use our eyelashes as their new home and cause them to fall out and gradually thin your eyelashes. In this case a visit to your dermatologist, and following his advice will solve this issue. The most common case is simply malnutrition. An unhealthy diet is the most common problem concerning the loss of eyelashes. Pay close attention to what you eat and drink, it’s not only vital for healthy eyelashes, but also for your general health. A well balanced diet can make drastic changes to your appearance, your self confidence, and how healthy not only your eyelashes, but all of your hair looks. More drastic causes can obviously include cancer and chemotherapy, which goes hand in hand with any form of cancer. Even though doctor House told us “it’s never lupus” this auto immune disease can surely cause hair loss and consequentially the thinning of your lashes.
Whatever the cause of your eyelash-loss was, there are indeed numerous methods to promote the growth of your lashes. The most important thing to do is to follow any instruction your doctor or dermatologist might give. After successfully following his methods, what you absolutely shouldn’t do is rub or scratch your eyes. If your eyes feel itchy, you can always ask your doctor to prescribe eyedrops that will reduce any annoying sensations you might be experiencing. It can’t be stressed enough that on top of every possible treatment, your nutrition is always a key factor when rapidly, fully healing your lashes. Finally, keeping your skin moist, and taking absolute care of the skin around your eyes can’t be forgotten, just as seeds won’t grow in dry ground, your lashes won’t grow in dry skin.