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Latisse vs rapid lash

A 47-year-old member asked:
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology 54 years experience
Bimatoprost: This is a solution of an anti-glaucoma prostaglandin inhibitor which has been found to grow lashes and make them darker. The generic name of the produ... Read More
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Dr. Harold Peltan
Ophthalmology 30 years experience
Latisse (bimatoprost): Bimatoprost is a prostaglandin analog/prodrug used topically as eye drops. The lash growth is a side effect discovered when the drug was used to treat... Read More
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A male asked:
Dr. Mark Petroff
Facial Plastic Surgery 41 years experience
Only : Only apply Latisse (bimatoprost) at the base of the upper eyelashes. It is not necessary to apply to the lower lashes because as you blink or sleep t... Read More
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Dr. Jay Bradley
Cornea, Cataract, & Refractive (LASIK & PRK) Surgery 20 years experience
Latisse (bimatoprost): Latisse (bimatoprost) can be used on the upper and lower eyelashes. Be sure to avoid getting the medication on the surrounding skin and try to get th... Read More
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A 19-year-old female asked:
Dr. Richard Carlin
Ophthalmology 52 years experience
No.: Studies show that if you stop using Latisse, (bimatoprost) your eyelashes will return to what they were like before.
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A 22-year-old member asked:
Dr. Tim Conrad
Ophthalmology 36 years experience
Yes: Lumigan and Latisse (bimatoprost) are the same drug but Latisse (bimatoprost) is three times stronger. You can use Lumigan for eyelashes, it works ve... Read More
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A male asked:
Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler
Ophthalmology 30 years experience
It : It is best to apply Latisse (bimatoprost) at night time after you have cleaned your face. You can then apply your eye make-up normally in the morning... Read More
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A 19-year-old female asked:
Dr. Robert Schnarrs
38 years experience
Not from Latisse (bimatoprost) : Not at all.common pigmented yes red veins I personally have never seen this. Not something that I feel has to do with using the product. Stop for a.we... Read More
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A 37-year-old member asked:
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 27 years experience
Latisse (bimatoprost): No contraindications were noted on http://www.drugs.com/pro/latisse.html.
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A 26-year-old female asked:
Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics 35 years experience
By prescription only: Latisse (bimatoprost) is a prescription medication, so one needs a doctor to care for the patient (either a primary care doctor or an ophthalmologist)... Read More
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A 41-year-old member asked:
Dr. Alan Jackson
Addiction Medicine 32 years experience
Works well: But takes time for lashes to become noticable. It costs around 65-100 dollars a month, insurance companies probably will not pay for it.
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A 26-year-old female asked:
Dr. Alan Jackson
Addiction Medicine 32 years experience
This is FDA : Approved for eye lash growth. If used for eyebrows be aware of side affects, namely darkening of the skin where medicine is placed.
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