MD Lash Factor Review
MD Lash Factor is a lash enhancement conditioner created by Dr. Susan Lin of MD Laser & Cosmetics to promote longer and fuller lashes especially for those who have borne the brunt of often using cosmetics such as mascara and the likes.
Applied once daily, the product promises more than 40% increase in the lash length within 4 weeks. It is applied as you would apply eyeliner on the eyelash hairline. It is marketed as a product that can be used on eyebrows too. It is to be applied only once every night after cleansing your skin. It has to be applied using a brush applicator along the base of both the upper and lower lash line.
MD Lash Factor Ingredients:
The key ingredients of the product are summarized as MD Lash Factor Nutritional Complex that is derived from milk. It is known to promote healthy lashes by enhancing the essential biochemical properties in the hair follicles.
Other ingredients of MD Lash Factor Eyelash Conditioner include Thiotane, which is a powerful amino acid that acts as a strong anti-oxidant and a shield against environmental pollutants, and Panthenol that moisturizes the lashes making them fuller and thicker. Other vital ingredients of the newly improved MD Lash Factor are hydrolyzed glycosaminoglycans, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Chloride, biotin, Sodium Lactate, alcohol, inositol, citric acid, Sodium Citrate, proline, and Sodium Phosphate.
- MD Lash Factor Eyelash Conditioner is devoid of any drugs or the controversial prostaglandin analogues.
- There is no need for a physician’s prescription to purchase this product.
- The product is paraben free and hypoallergenic.
- The website fails to throw light on what constitutes the mysterious MD Lash Factor Nutritional Complex that forms the key ingredients of the product.
- The disclaimer on the official website of MD Lash Factor shrugs all responsibility expected of any eyelash growth product namely to prevent hair loss and promote hair growth.
- MD Lash factor is not easily available in drugstores and has to be ordered online or through dispensing physicians.
- Though the product is advertised as hypoallergenic, there have been significant cases of eye irritation and other side effects such as redness in the eye and itchy or sore eyes while using MD Lash Factor.
- The product priced at $140 is on the expensive side.
MD Lash Factor Side Effects:
As is typical of all eye products, if MD Lash Factor comes in direct contact with the eye, it could cause irritation, particularly if the area is already agitated. There might be some minor irritation on the lid where the product is applied. If this lasts more than a day or two, discontinue use and contact a physician. It is recommended that women who are pregnant or breast feeding not use the product, as an extra precaution.
MD Lash Factor eyelash conditioner, though promoted as an eyelash growth product does not take the onus to either treat or reduce hair loss or induce eyelash growth as is evident from the disclaimer on the official website of the product.
At $140 per tube, the customer has the right to expect much more from the product than just moisturizing and conditioning the eyelashes. Although there are positive reviews stating the effectiveness of the product in the growth of the eyelashes within few weeks of application, others claim to have had no effect even after using the product for more than three months. It is clearly the case of the product working for select group of customers. The question is would you want to try your luck by shelling out $140 when there are better options available in the same category.
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