So while there may be an adequate solution for the loss of hair on top of the head with wigs there is still follicly challenged areas on the face that aren't so easy to address. Loss of eyelashes in particular has always been and continues to be an issue for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy because while the eyebrows can be penciled in the only option for missing eyelashes has always been standard glue-ons.
Glue on eyelashes that have their fair share of shortcomings. A lack of realism for instance is one of them and then there's the fact that they require a steady experienced hand to apply properly.
All that has change for today's chemotherapy patients because there's now a new option that is everything that fake eyelashes in the past were not, and in a recent phone interview Andrew Scherer, CEO of beauty-spot.net was able to shed some light on just what this new option or eyelash growth product is.
"They're called Xtreme Lashes and what makes these false eyelashes so different is they're applied one at a time to the individual hair strands. They're just like hair extensions for eyelashes, so yes there has to be at least some original hair to attached them to."
It's a one-time treatment, they look 100% real, require no maintenance and can be easily removed once the new lashes grow back, so we have yet to see one negative review."
Now the good news here is that even after a patient's hair has completely fallen out after chemotherapy in about two weeks after their treatment has ended there's usually enough new eyelash hair for Xtreme Lashes.
What this means is that now instead of having to wait months in some instances until they can start looking their personal best, now cancer patients who have undergone chemotherapy can get back to living normal lives just that much sooner.
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