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Latisse (bimatoprost opthamlic solution 0.03%) is the prescription drug made by Allergan used to increase the number, thickness, and darkness of eyelashes.
Latisse is applied to the upper eyelashes only. Care should be taken to avoid getting any in direct contact with the eye. It takes about eight weeks to notice results, and it can take 16 weeks to see the full effects of the drug.
If you like the results obtained with Latisse, you will have to continue using Latisse to maintain the results. When the use of Latisse is stopped, the eyelashes return to pretreatment state over time.
Side effects of using Latisse include discoloration of your eyelid which may be reversible when use of Latisse is stopped. Latisse can also cause permanent darkening of the iris in your eye
If you develop a new eye condition (e.g., trauma or infection), change in vision, have eye surgery, or develop any eye reactions (e.g. conjunctivitis and eyelid reactions), you should immediately seek your doctor's advice and discontinue the use of Latisse.
Latisse is available by prescription only. It is not covered by health insurance.