Your eyelashes will fall off once they reach the end of their life cycle. Hairs die off, grow, and just stay dormant all the time at their own rates. Each hair follows it’s own schedule. This is perfectly normal and is called ciliary madarosis.
However, if your eyelashes are falling off in great numbers, there may be a medical issue that needs to be fixed. Lash loss can be caused by infections, hormonal imbalances, and irritation.
A common cause of irritation is harshly removing your eye makeup. If you rub too hard, you can accidently pull out your lashes fromt he root. Use a stronger eye makeup remover or switch to water based mascaras which don’t require chemicals and rubbing to get off. Also be gentler when you curl your lashes as the curler can tug and cause your eyelashes to fall out.
Infections are another common cause of your eyelashes falling out. A Staphylococcus aureus infection could not only cause your eyelashes to fall out, but also grow back in different directions. Parasitic mite infections and syphilis are other common eye infections that cause lashes to fall out.
Endocrine disorders can change the balance of hormones in your body. Since hormones are the master signals that change growth, your eyelashes may be growing back thinner, more brittle, and less healthy. The rest of your hair, not just your eyelashes may become dull, brittle, coarse and start falling off in large clumps.
Another common causes of eyelash loss can be from drugs such as chemotherapy. Cancer patients lose their eyelash hairs just like the rest of the hairs on their body when they undergo treatment.
Not to fear though, as long as the hair follicles are not damaged, you can stimulate and regrow your eyelashes. Try using eyelash stimulators and growth products. These products help your lashes regrow naturally to their maximum potential.
Eyelash growth products such as LiLash can make your eyelashes look longer naturally. LiLash’s doctor formulated and clinically tested formula will grow results in as little as 2 weeks.
LiLash has other uses besides being an eyelash stimulator. It also acts as a lash conditioner to protect the lashes that you still have. LiLash will keep your lashes from breaking off so even if you wear extensions or fake lashes, they’ll look fuller, healthier, and longer.