Idol Lash is a special eyelash-enhancing formula that claims to be able to improve the length and density of your eyelashes in a matter of weeks. It has quite a large number of followers nowadays, and many women can attest to its effectiveness (they even have the before and after pictures to prove it, too).
However, there are also those who claim that it is nothing but an elaborate scam perpetrated by its creators to prey on the gullible. They say that the formula is not only worthless in terms of growing eyelashes, but that it does the opposite by making them fall out! This article examines both sides and presents facts so that you can come to a reasonable conclusion at the end and decide whether Idol Lash is the right eyelash-enhancer for you or not.
Does Idol Lash Work?
To answer this question, we first have to look at eyelash-enhancing formulas in general. There are plenty of debates among women on whether these ingredients which you apply on your lashes have any effect on eyelash growth at all. However, what is not common knowledge is that eyelash-enhancing formulas need to undergo rigorous testing before they can be sold as commercial cosmetic products, and that the American FDA has even officially approved some of these creams based on positive clinical results.
Typically, naturally long eyelashes are the product of good genes; if you have parents who were gifted with particularly lustrous lashes, then chances are you have similarly great eyelashes too. Those who received the short end of the stick are forced to resort to eyelash-enhancing formulas like this one to lengthen their lashes.
Hair is made up of a thick fibrous protein called keratin, and these formulas contain a mixture of ingredients that stimulate hair growth. On the Idol Lash website, the ingredients are listed openly. The important ones that deserve mention are:
- Polypeptides – these are unbranched protein chains that specifically protect the hair against damage and breakage.
- Moisturizing Agents – natural minerals that add moisture and lustre to the hair to give it a radiant shine
- Proteins and Vitamins – the main components of the mixture that target hair length and growth.
Is it clinically tested?
Idol Lash has been clinically approved and tested using a Sigma Scanner to measure exact growth on the eyelashes. In a panel of 15 subjects ranging from 24 to 82 years old, the scanner has detected up to 25% eyelash growth and up to 82% density increase in 2 to 4 weeks of daily application. The results of this study can be further seen on the official website.
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