Longer Eyelashes the natural way, without a Prescription Medication!


Are you looking for a way to have longer lashes without getting a prescription from a doctor? The Doctors of Eyewear Gallery in Memphis, Tennessee have researched a product that utilizes a natural process to enhance eyelashes growth! Zoria is a lash intensifying serum that utilizes patented polypeptide technology to naturally enhance and support each of the 3 phases of eyelash growth to create longer, fuller and darker looking eyelashes!

Zoria is applied nightly to the eyelashes and results are typically seen within 14 days of usage. Prescription medication Latisse is also applied nightly and typically results are seen in 4-8 weeks. Not only is Latisse not a natural product like Zoria, but it takes nearly twice as long for most people to notice eyelash growth!

Historically, one of the only methods to enhance eyelash growth was with a prescription from a doctor. One such prescription medication is Latisse, which has side effects that may include darkening of the eyelid skin which may be irreversible and it may also cause an increase in brown pigmentation in the colorful part of the eye which is likely to be permanent.

So before you consider using a Prescription eyelash enhancing medication, consider the natural way with Zoria! The Doctors of Eyewear Gallery in Memphis, Tennessee recommend you consult your eye doctor before using any eyelash enhancing therapy.

To learn more about Zoria, a natural method to enhance longer and fuller eyelashes, call 901-763-2020.

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Dr. Warren Johnson | Dr. Do Nguyen | Dr. Burt Bodan



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