Consumers Eyeing All-Natural Maxolash Over Controversial Medical Alternatives

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More consumers are turning to safe, effective and all-natural eyelash stimulator, enhancer, thickener and strengthener products – like Dermagevity Skin Care’s best-selling Maxolash – in light of newer, expensive and intrusive plastic surgeries that are designed to transplant eyelashes.

A newer and very costly plastic surgery procedure that has been procured to transplant eyelashes has created an abundance of consumer awareness about Dermagevity Skin Care’s all-natural eyelash stimulator, enhancer, thickener and strengthener product: Maxolash.

In an article that was published towards the end of February, in the popular UK online news medium, dailymail.co.uk, the article informs consumers of newer plastic surgery procedures that are very pricey, lengthy and painful—but that actually allow for new eyelashes to be surgically implanted – much like hair implants for male pattern baldness – using needles and precise incisions to transplant new lashes.

The article cites,

“During the latest procedures, a very thin strip of skin (6-7 cm long, and 4-5mm wide) is taken from the area of the scalp where the hair is softest. The surgeon then removes each hair from the piece of skin with a thin needle. Next, he makes up to 50 tiny incisions with a scalpel where the eyebrow should be, and, using a needle, inserts each hair follicle into the incisions.

"SLOW GROW

"On average, it takes 65 days for an eyebrow hair to grow back after it's been plucked the results are not immediate: it takes two to three months for the new hair to grow through the skin, and up to six months for a well-defined eyebrow. The new brows need trimming about once a month as the hair continues to grow as it would on your head.

"Mary Hornby, 30, from Sale in Greater Manchester, underwent an eyebrow transplant with Dr Farjo. She began tampering with her brows at just 14: ‘I would over-pluck and be left with pencil-thin eyebrows, which at the time didn’t bother me,’ she says.
‘As I got older and wanted a fuller shape and I tried to grow them out. But repeated plucking had meant they had stopped growing.’
She found the surgery ‘a breeze’ - even if a somewhat lengthy three hours. ‘It was completely painless and all done under local anesthetic,’ she says.

"‘It took about six months for me to start seeing the results, but now I couldn’t be more thrilled. Dr Farjo has done an amazing job, easily surpassing my expectations and leaving me with beautiful, natural, full eyebrows.’

"Eyelash transplants are more complicated, because of the delicate nature of the eyelid. The cost for eyebrow transplantation is around £3,500, and about £3,000 for eyelashes. Prices vary depending on the treatment required."

(Source: Internet, 2010; http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1252759/Plucked-eyebrows-death-Hi-tech-transplants-bring-life.html.)

The length of this process, the pain and needles involved, and the exorbitant costs of it are rather astounding, according to Maxolash spokesperson, Maurice Bernard; who asserts that more women are using natural products, such as Maxolash, and seeing the same results—without the needles and the £3,000 ($6500 US) plastic surgery bill that the procedures currently cost.

“There are always an abundance of newer and pricey, painful and sometimes controversial plastic surgical alternatives for beautification out there, that for all extents and purposes – due to their high associated costs of treatment – most of society is unable to afford,” Bernard states.

As to why news coverage of such newer surgical procedures casts a spotlight on all-natural products that offer the same results, such as Dermagevity Skin Care’s best-selling Maxolash, the answer according to Bernard is rather simple.

“Consumers many times read these articles and then go looking around online for affordable and equally as effective alternatives. And that is when they find wonderful and affordable products that work just well, but naturally and safely, like Maxolash,” says Bernard.

MaxoLash eyelash stimulator, enhancer, thickener and strengthener is applied using an applicator brush that is included with the product. It is lightly brushed onto the eyelashes one time per day, prior to applying any makeup or mascara.

MaxoLash typically shows noticeable results of eyelash growth, strengthening and thickening within the first one or two months of daily usage, when used as directed.

To learn more about MaxoLash please visit: http://www.MaxoLash.com.

About Maxolash:

  •     Developed by Dermagevity Skin Care—a leading cosmeceutical company
  •     Balances synthetic, optimized protein complexes with soothing and nourishing, moisturizing extracts
  •     Promotes healthy, naturally fuller-looking lashes
  •     Helps stimulate the follicle cells to promote new hair growth
  •     Conditions lashes and brows, and helps protect them from environmental damage and breakages
  •     Specially formulated and pH balanced to be non-irritating to the eyes
  •     Utilizes proven ingredients such as Hyaluronic Acid (potent moisturizer), Glycoproteins (stimulates hair follicle growth), and ProVitamin B5 (strengthens eyelashes and encourages growth)
  •     100% safe, effective and all-natural
  •     Available over-the-counter, no doctor prescription is required
  •     Has no known, adverse side effects
  •     Currently available at their secured online store, with a generous discount off the retail price when ordered online at: http://www.MaxoLash.com

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