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Should We Say Goodbye To Mascaras?

Lumigan (generic name: Bimatoprost) is a prescription drug in a form of eye drop was first formulated for treating open-angle glaucoma.
However, recent studies show that the same drug can also lengthen eyelashes. This drug branded as Latisse is formulated and manufactured by the company Allergan (this company is also famous for creating botox) has now been approved by the Food and Drug Administration or FDA for market release. There are now patients in the United States who are being prescribed by their doctors with the drug to mainly increase and thicken their eyelashes. People who have tried this new product claims that their lashes are now longer, thicker and darker than ever.

Anyway, the active ingredient in Latisse is bimatropost, the same key ingredient of Lumigan eye drops.

Latisse should only be applied on the upper eyelid margins at the base of the eyelashes.

Just like Lumigan, Latisse also has its side effects which according to Allergan are reversible. Such side effects consist of:
  • eye redness
  • eye irritation
  • darkening of the skin of the eye area
The introductory price of Latisse is around US$120 (30-day treatment) which according to some consumers is just right for the product.

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