COVID-19 UPDATE 01/09/21
Auckland / Northland - we remain open for online orders but are unable to send in Level 4.
Rest of NZ - online is open and orders will sent via contactless delivery.
Please note that deliveries may be delayed due to increased demand on courier services. Extra safety precautions are in place for all operations.
Thanks The LiLash New Zealand Team
Q: DOES LILASH CONTAIN THE INGREDIENT USED IN GLAUCOMA MEDICINE?
A:No. Bimatoprost is the ingredient used in glaucoma medicine which is applied in high concentration eyedrops. LiLash doesn’t use this ingredient and is in no way related.
Q: DOES LILASH CONTAIN A PROSTAGLANDIN?
Yes.Like all the top Lash Serums in NZ, LiLash contains a type of Prostaglandin which is a conditioning agent for the lashes.
The type of prostaglandin used in LiLash only supports locally where its applied.
Q: PROSTAGLANDIN VS HORMONES
A: Hormones are produced by glands and transported in the bloodstream to act on distant areas of the body. Prostaglandins
are only produced locally where they are needed and have a short life span (they’re quickly broken down).
LiLash contains a Prostaglandin not a Hormone.
Q: PROSTAGLANDINS & PEPTIDES LASH SERUMS
A: Prostaglandins and peptides are commonly used in lash serums to support and to condition lash follicles. They both have short life spans and only support where applied.
Q: IS A SIDE EFFECT OF LILASH SUNKEN EYES?
A: No. Sunken eyes (fat atrophy) is a possible side effect of the prostaglandin Bimatoprost, used in long term, higher concentration glaucoma treatments.
LiLash does not use this ingredient.
Q:DOES LILASH CAUSE EYELID DISCOLOURATION (HYPERPIGMENTATION)?
A: A small number of people may experience some mild side effects including slight irritation, redness, or darkening of the skin where the product is applied
These should resolve when you stop using the product.