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I used Roden & Fields Lash Serum and got great results until almost all at once, my lashes fell out. Does Nulastin have similar side effects?

asked by Gayla D. on 3/18/20

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NULASTIN is the only product used in the cosmetics industry that contains real elastin, real keratin, and real science backed by the National Science Foundation. We have five synergistic, active ingredients and is the only LASH, BROW, and HAIR serum/treatment on the market that addresses all four stages of the hair growth cycle. Hair grows in stages, so shedding is natural.

The 1st stage (anagen): When your hair grows a little every day (30-45 days for lashes/brows and 2-6 years for the scalp).
The 2nd stage (catagen): The transition or regression phase when your hair follicles shrink, allowing the strands (bulb) to extend toward the surface (2-3 weeks).
The 3rd stage (telogen): The resting phase. Your hair bulb is inactive, and the hairs eventually fall out (Around 100 days).
The 4th stage (late telogen or exogen): Reassembly. This is where new follicles are formed. Think of it as the re-awakening process before the hair starts back into the growth phase.

For example, if the majority of your lashes, brows, or hair are in the 3rd stage when you start using NULASTIN, it's normal that the hair will naturally fall out. Frankly, we get a little giddy over the prospect. Why? It means visible change is coming! We tend to panic when we lose a lash or detect a small gap. Rest assured once you see the healthier hair coming in, you'll be thrilled.

If, for some reason, the problem persists and you do not experience the natural growth phase or you are experiencing unusual shedding and/or the loss of hair all at once, please stop using the product and consult with your doctor.
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