Latisse has been shown to produce results in just a few short weeks of use. Latisse is a formulation of a drug used to treat glaucoma and, as a side effect, was found to increase lash growth.
How Does it Work?
Latisse is brushed daily on the base of your upper eyelid (not on the lower eyelid) with a special sterile applicator. The product contains bimatoprost, which keeps lashes in a perpetual growth phase. During clinical trials with Latisse, participants experienced measurable changes: On average, their lashes were 25% longer, 106% fuller and 18% darker after 3 months of use.
How Soon Can I See Results?
After about 12 weeks of daily use, you will begin to see increased eyelash length and fullness, which should reach its peak at week 16. Use of Latisse must be continued in order to maintain the results. If you discontinue use of the drug, your eyelashes will gradually return to normal.
Are There Any Side Effects?
Side effects have been reported in some patients.The most frequently reported (4% of patients) side effects are itching sensations and eye redness. Less common side effects include skin darkening, eye irritation, dryness of the eyes and redness. A complete eye evaluation is often recommended prior to starting Latisse. Latisse is sold in a one-month supply.
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