Want Fuller and Longer Eyelashes?
If the answer is yes, Latisse® may be for you. It has been on the market since its FDA approval in December 2008. Latisse® is actually an eye drop form of a glaucoma drug, Lumigan. Glaucoma patients noticed lusher, longer eyelashes appearing over time.
Similar to the hair on your head, eyelashes grow for a while, sprout and eventually fall out. Latisse® both extends the number of hairs and extends the growth phrase of hairs that sprout. Latisse® is applied to the eyelash by dabbing it on the upper lash line each night with the supplied sterile applicators. As you blink, the solution will automatically spread to your lower lashes. Never apply the solution onto your lower lid or into your eye. Always ensure that your makeup is removed, your face is clean, and contact lenses are removed before applying the solution.
After one use, discard the applicator. Never reuse an applicator, not even once. A reused applicator can cause serious problems, such as an allergic reaction or an eye infection. Apply Latisse® carefully as it may promote hair growth on other areas of the skin.
You may begin to see results after about two months of nightly use. A treatment schedule of use every two days may be recommended after three or four months. Your eyelashes will return to their natural state if you stop using Latisse®.
Latisse® Safety Information and Side Effects
As with any drug, cosmetic or surgical procedure, it is important that you gather information before starting any regimens. This page is intended to give you basic information about the product. You should ask your doctor specific questions about how Latisse ® works and if it’s the right product for you. The most common side effects after using Latisse® are eye redness and/or itching sensation in the eyes. Other less common side effects includes brown pigmentation of the iris and brown eyelid skin darkening.
BEFORE & AFTER PHOTOS