Hair loss occurs when new hair doesn't replace the hair that has fallen out. Alopecia is the general medical term for hair loss.
Natural Aging. Clinical studies have shown that as we age, the average lash length and thickness start to decrease in our 20's and 30's.
Cosmetics. Leaving eye makeup on too long, using and removing lash extensions and using eyelash curlers, whether heated or non-heated, can all harm lashes and speed up shedding. Eyelash loss can also stem from allergies to mascara and from glue used to apply eyelash extensions.
Blepharitis.Itchiness or burning accompanied by redness or swelling of the lids may indicate Blepharitis. This is a condition that happens when clogged oil glands near the base of the eyelashes cause chronic inflammation and problems in the eyelash follicles.
Trichotillomania. Shis is a condition where stress or other emotional or psychological distress causes a person to pull out their own eyelashes habitually.
Cancer. More rarely, localized lash loss can be a symptom of a skin cancer on the eyelid. Cancer can interrupt eyelash growth as harmful cells spread.
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