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Longer, Darker, Fuller Eyelashes
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Longer and Thicker Eyelashes

Longer, darker and fuller eyelashes make the eyes look larger and more beautiful. However, some people have thinner eyelashes due to race, genetics or aging. Fortunately there is a safe, effective way to grow your natural lashes. Latisse is an FDA and Health Canada approved prescription product that has been clinically proven to grow fuller, longer and darker eyelashes. Latisse must be prescribed by a cosmetic doctor.

To use Latisse, first remove makeup and contacts.Clean your eye area before applying Latisse.Apply one drop of Latisse to the upper lash line using the applicator provided. Wipe away any excess fluid with a tissue. For best results, use Latisse once daily for 16 weeks.

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What if I get Latisse in my eye accidently?

Don't worry. Latisse is not expected to cause any problems. You do not need to rinse your eye. Try to avoid getting Latisse in your eyes.

Can I still wear mascara?

You can still use mascara when using Latisse.

What if I forget to apply Latisse?

If you miss an application, don't apply extra to catch up. Instead, apply as usual the next day and stay on schedule. If you stop using Latisse, your eyelashes will slowly return to their original state.

Can anybody use Latisse?

This product is not for you if you have increased intraocular pressure or glaucoma.

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Other products claiming to grow lashes are not FDA approved and are usually simply conditioners, similar to hair conditioners.

In clinical studies after four months of treatment, lashes were 25% longer, 106% thicker, and 18% darker. Result vary from patient to patient. Once desired results are achieved, patients may maintain their lashes with less frequent applications of Latisse.

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How long do results take?

Results may be seen as early as 4 weeks, but typically take 8 weeks.

What are the side effects?

Possible side effects are itchiness or redness. In rare cases, there can be skin darkening, or eye itchiness, redness, or dryness.

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