Alphalash

How Can I Grow My Eyelashes?

Everyone wants to have thick, lush eyelashes. But normal aging leads to thinner eyelashes. To mask the deficiency, an entire segment of the cosmetics industry has been devoted to thicker, longer eyelashes — mascara. But mascara is fickle, messy, a pain to apply and remove, and can be a factor in your eyelash loss.

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While there are many ways to grow eyelashes including:

  • Eat a good healthy diet filled with nutrition
  • Use over-the-counter lash conditioning treatments
  • Take multivitamins

Dr. John Murrell has a better way for his patients to have longer, thicker eyelashes. It’s called Alphalash, and you can get the product at our office (currently on backorder).

What is AlphaLash?

If you notice that your eyelashes are thinning, there's something you can do about it. You can strengthen those thinning lashes with AlphaLash, available at Dr. Murrell’s practice.

AlphaLash is fortified with peptides to help stimulate eyelash growth, plus biotin to encourage growth and prevent the lashes from becoming dry and thinner. AlphaLash Serum also contains pumpkin seed extract, which is rich in fatty acids and essential minerals, to nourish and fortify the hairs. Finally, sodium hyaluronate, a form of hyaluronic acid (a naturally occurring substance in the body that is responsible for hydrating the skin), helps condition and moisturize the eyelashes

Bottom line? Regular use of AlphaLas leads to fuller, thicker eyelashes without any side effects.

What Causes Thin Eyelashes?

Thinning eyelashes are just one more thing to love about the aging process. If your eyelashes aren’t as long or as full as they once were, it’s not your imagination. Eyelashes grow out of hair follicles, just like the other roughly five million hairs on the average human body. And they go through the same growth stages: anagen (growth), catagen (transition to resting), and telogen (resting/shedding). But as we age, the process of resetting an eyelash follicle after it sheds a lash sometimes doesn’t work properly — either the eyelash follicle grows a new lash extremely slowly or it may stop producing altogether. The result? Thinning eyelashes.

Is Mascara Bad For Your Eyelashes?

Misuse of mascara is the main cause of eyelash thinning. Mascara left on overnight causes delicate eyelashes to break, and combing through mascara to remove clumps can actually pull out lashes.

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Alphalash Process With Dr. Murrell

Fortifying your eyelashes with Alphalash is simple. You simply apply the serum twice daily to the base of the upper eyelashes using the application brush supplied. Then sit back and bat those new thicker, fuller lashes.

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Can I Buy Alphalash Online?

Patients that cannot make it to our office to purchase this serum or want to reorder after their visit can order Alphalash by calling our office 806-351-1177. We can ship it directly to you for an extra flat fee of $5. For more information on where to purchase this call our Amarillo office.

Alphalash Serum Results

After eight weeks of using Alphalash in a clinical test:

  • 80% of the women thought that Alphalash has improved their overall eyelash appearance.
  • 76% agreed that their lashes appeared longer, thicker, and more conditioned.
  •  72% agreed that their lashes appeared less sparse.

How Long Do I Need To Use AlphaLash Eyelash Serum For?

The recommended protocol is to use AlphaLash once a day for 8 weeks to achieve maximum effects. Once the desired results have been achieved, usage can decrease to every other day.

What Happens When You Stop Using Eyelash Serum?

Eyelash serums work with continued use. If you stop using AlphaLash or any other eyelash serum product, your eyelashes will eventually go back to their previous condition. This is because eyelash serums are somewhat like vitamins for the lashes! Without consistent use, the eyelash follicles are not as healthy as they are when nourished with proprietary ingredients.

Is AlphaLash Eyelash Serum Safe?

AlphaLash is formulated with biotin, which encourages growth, volume, and hydration. Biotin is a natural substance that helps nourish hair from the inside out. The formula also contains peptides. Peptides are naturally occurring biological molecules that are found in every living organism. These short strings of amino acids are the building blocks of protein production in the body. The pumpkin seed extract that is included in AlphaLash is an ingredient found in many other skincare products. Finally, the sodium hyaluronate in the formulation is a form of hyaluronic acid, another naturally occurring acid that is integral to many physical processes. Each of these ingredients is safe on its own and in combination with the other substances used to make AlphaLash an incredible lash serum, even for contact lens wearers!

Is AlphaLash Eyelash Serum Painful?

AlphaLash serum is fragrance and paraben-free and has been tested by dermatologists and ophthalmologists. Studies found that users did not experience any discomfort during their treatment program.

Cost Of AlphaLash Eyelash Serum

Our patients may purchase their AlphaLash serum when they visit the office or may purchase online and we will ship their items promptly. Shipping rates may apply. For pricing, please contact our office.

Side Effects To AlphaLash Eyelash Serum

Studies have found that AlphaLash users have not experienced side effects from this product. No discoloration, no discomfort, only great lashes!

Schedule a Consultation

To learn more about Alphalash or to schedule a consultation at our office in Amarillo, TX please call (806) 351-1177.

Contact us for all your health related queries!

Panhandle Eye Group Subspecialists

7411 Wallace Blvd Amarillo, TX 79106

(806) 351-1177

Amarillo Cataract & Eye Surgery Center

7310 Fleming Ave Amarillo, TX 79106

(800) 782-6393

OFFICE HOURS

Monday8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Tuesday8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Wednesday8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Thursday8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Friday CLOSED



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