Dr. Oz & Dr. Debra Jaliman Share Tips For Longer Lashes – Latisse Eyelash Review
Women have always desired to have longer and fuller eyelashes. Is there any products, other than fake eyelash alternatives that really work? Today Dr. Oz and Dr. Debra Jaliman spoke about Latisse Eyelash solution and if this is an option that you may want to consider.
Dr. Debra Jaliman explained to Dr. Oz that there are products that you can purchase that will make your eyelashes longer and fuller in as little as 4 to 6 weeks. She sad that you must use them as directed and have to be cautious because some people who have sensitive eyes may not want to use solutions such as these. Here are the tips that Dr. Jaliman gave on today’s Dr. Oz :
- Apply Latisse eyelash solution at lash line (at the location where you would apply eyeliner). Do not apply under the eye however.
- Do not apply the solution at night before you sleep so you don’t get any in your eye.
- Apply before you put on your makeup
- Apply Latisse only one time per day for fuller and longer eyelashes (Latisse costs approximately 120 dollars and you need a prescription for it)
- You can purchase over the counter products that can give you results as well. The price range is between $20 and $100. These lash products are typically used twice per day.
Dr. Jaliman said that if you experience any irritation or discomfort you should discontinue using. She also said to be cautious about OTC eyelash lengthening solutions because they are not regulated by the FDA.
Baby Powder Dry Shampoo, Denture Tablets, and Pumice Stone Cleaning Solutions
- Denture tablets can help to clean out dirty vases by filling the vase with water and dropping in two denture tablets.
- Pumice stones can help to de-lint your clothes. Be certain not to rub too harshly
- Baby powder can be used as an alternative to dry shampoo. Simply sprinkle a small amount of baby powder on to your hand and rub it in. Comb the baby powder through the hair. This will absorb oil buildup.
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