So, you’ve done it! You spent a good deal of time and not an inconsiderable number of bucks and you now have a brand new, ready-for-prime-time pair of lashes.
Trick is how to care for them.
You have been told that your soap and water, cold cream, facewash and cream-based cleansers are off limits. In fact, you have been warned that water during the first 24 hours is kryptonite, right?
And no, baby shampoo doesn’t cut it. In fact, even an alarming number of foam cleansers purportedly made for the job don’t do it either. They’re just....puff....nothing or worse leave you with dry, tight uncomfortable skin.
Only specialized cleansers containing active mite-destroying ingredients can properly clean and maintain lash extensions without risking all sorts of issues and ruining a perfectly lovely holiday.
That means the cleanser must contain Tea Tree to prevent mite infection (ocular demodicosis) at the base of the eyelids. The antiseptic and anti-inflammatory actions of Tea Tree oil make the difference.
Want lashes to stay in for as long as possible, provide your lashes with healthy, smooth carefully maintained lids and your lashes are likely to remain smoother, stay in longer, and keep their fluttery good looks for longer.