It’s no secret that the eye area is extremely sensitive and should always be treated as such! When it comes to cosmetics, it’s important to look for high-end, science led products that ensure the utmost safety of your most treasured assets. We can’t stress this enough - no cosmetic is worth putting your vision at risk!
Luckily, cosmetic manufacturers and companies are held to high standards for safety and testing, standards that are even higher for those used near the eyes. Yet prestige products always come with people wanting to create cheap knock-offs, and the risk of an adverse reaction is a real concern.
Making Your Eyes Beautiful, While Keeping Them Safe
Of course, we all look at labels to check the ingredients and ensure they live up to our personal standards. But when it comes to your eyes, you have to 'look' for more than ingredients – things like hypoallergenic, non-irritating and dermatologist reviewed are just as important, if not more!
Here are the big three safety concerns you should consider before you try any cosmetic around your eyes:
Here’s the takeaway: Please be vigilant - cheap knock offs can put your vision at risk.
P.S. RevitaLash® Advanced and RevitaBrow® Advanced are both Physician formulated, dermatologist reviewed, and clinically tested. Safety is in the brand's DNA and in every product we make.
P.P.S. Here are some eye makeup safety tips from the American Academy of Ophthalmology:
Visit https://www.aao.org/eye-health/tips-prevention/eye-makeup for a complete list.
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