Are There Any LiLash Purified Eyelash Serem Stimulator Side Effects?
LiLash is an eyelash purified stimulator that is manufactured by Cosmetic Alchemy and it is sold as an over the counter cosmetic product. According to product description, LiLash serum helps in increasing length and density of the eyelashes. Before you buy this product, please understand that the FDA has only approved Latisse for growing long eyelashes.
Both LiLash and Latisse products contain prostaglandins which are a group of lipid compounds that are enzymatically extracted from fatty acids. Generally doctors use them for the treatment of ocular hypertension and glaucoma.
According to a recent research doctors used prostaglandin analog eye drop for bimatoprost treatment and patients noticed significant improvement in eyelash growth, which means it works as a eyelash growth stimulator. This research led to new experiments and tests and eventually FDA approved Latisse for eyelash growth.
Just like Latisse consist of bimatiprost, LiLash contain trinorprosta which is also a type of prostaglandin analog that can stimulate eyelash growth. Even though use of trinorprosta in LiLash formulation is not mentioned on company’s official website, but it is listed on ingredient label.
There also some Prostaglandin analog side effects reported by users who have used products that contains it. Some of the side effects include:
- You may notice skin rashes and darkening in the area where ointment or cream is applied.
- Noticeable changes in natural eye color.
- Severe skin allergic reactions such as redness, itching, and mild swelling.
- Macular edema can also be a severe side of effect, which is rare retinal complication that can significantly affect vision.
- Other common side effect is reduction in intraocular pressure, which is the reason why Prostaglandin analog are used for treating glaucoma condition.
If you have never used LiLash eyelash serum, you must be thinking that does it really work or it’s a yet another well-marketed product? Product description advises applying a very thin line of Lilash on the lash line of eyelids once every day for at least 9-10 weeks. Once you start noticing considerable positive results, you should reduce your used of LiLash to once in 2-3 days.
We’d advice you to be cautious if you are going to use LiLash, because it may or may not contain prostaglandin analog which is not mentioned by the company on its website.