Is Lilash safe?
Yes! LiLash is a physician-formulated serum, and has been ophthalmologist tested, making it safe for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers.
How do I use Lilash?
LiLash should be applied once daily on clean, dry skin. Apply the product along the lash line of the upper eyelid, similar to liquid eyeliner. Do not apply onto your lower eyelashes. Wait three minutes before using any other cosmetics on your eyes! Please read our Application Instructions for further information.
When will I see results?
Results will be seen in 4-6 weeks, with ultimate results at 12 weeks.
How long does a tube of lilash last?
The demi size of LiLash will last you three months, whereas the original size of LiLash will last you six months.
Will I experience any sensitivity?
While sensitivity is rare, there is a ‘phase in’ period whenever you introduce a new beauty product. Some users may experience slight itchy or red eyes when using the product. However, most irritation is found only with initial use. If irritation occurs, use the product 2-3 times a week for the first week. Then continue use of the product as directed.
I wear extensions. Can I still use your product ?
Yes! LiLash is the perfect compliment to lash extensions. LiLash promotes healthier lash growth and less natural breakage, allowing you to enjoy your extensions for longer. If desired, extension wearers can transition to using LiLash alone.
Can I use the product while pregnant, breastfeeding, or undergoing chemotherapy?
LiLash has not been tested in all situations. Therefore, we do not recommend using the product while pregnant/breastfeeding, or while undergoing chemotherapy.
What happens when I stop using the product?
Continued use is necessary to maintain results. If discontinued, eyelashes will follow their normal life cycle and will eventually return to their length before use.
How to use Lilash ?
Ensure skin is clean & dry, remove any excess serum on the brush before use. Swipe applicator on the skin of the upper eyelid along the lash line from inner to outer corner of the eye, once a day, morning or night.