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What is Latisse?


Bimatoprost is an active agent included in eye drops such as Lumigan or Allergan. It can be used to treat age-related eye diseases such as ocular (eye) hypertension or open-angle glaucoma. Being an eye medication, it can also be used to treat the condition called eyelash hypotrichosis – the lack of eyelashes – and to make the eyelashes grow longer and thicker.


Does Latisse have any contraindications?

Contraindications to the use of individual intolerance to the components of the drug. Please consult your doctor before you decide to buy Latisse online.

What are the ingredients in Latisse?

Active ingredient: bimatoprost. Inactive ingredients: benzalkonium chloride; sodium chloride; sodium hydrogen phosphate disubstituted; lemon acid; distilled water. Sodium hydroxide and/or hydrochloric acid may be added to adjust the pH. The pH level is 6.8 - 7.8.

Are there special limitations associated with the use?

Latisse should be applied to the skin of the upper eyelid at the base of the eyelashes. It is not recommended to apply on the lower eyelid. If you are using drugs for elevated intraocular pressure (LDPE), or if you have ever had LDPE, you should use Latisse under the strict supervision of your doctor.

Using Latisse may cause temporary darkening of the eyelid skin.

It is also possible the growth of hair on the skin in those places where there is frequent contact with Bimatoprost. To avoid this, in case of contact with the skin (except the upper eyelid), this place should be soaked with a thin cloth or other absorbent material. There may also be differences in length, thickness, pigmentation, number and/or direction of growth of eyelashes in different eyes. These differences usually disappear after cessation of use.

 

Possible Side Effects

The most common side effects of itching and / or redness of the eyes. These symptoms were observed in approximately 4% of patients. Application may cause other less common side effects. This may be a darkening of the eyelid skin, eye irritation, dry eyes and redness of the eyelids.

If the condition of your eyes has changed (an injury or infection has occurred), visual acuity has decreased dramatically, you have had surgery on your eyes, you have developed conjunctivitis or other eye diseases, you should immediately consult with your doctor about further use of Latisse.

Please read all infromation above before you decide to buy latisse without prescription. If you are allergic to components, do not purchase it.

What Happens If You Stop Use Latisse

After stopping the use of Latisse your eyelids will return to the previous state, darkening of the eyelid skin will disappear in a few weeks or months.

How to Apply Latisse

Latisse is sold in packs of 3 ml or 5 ml. The recommended dose - a single application before going to bed on the skin of the upper eyelid only at the base of the eyelashes.

Before applying, clean the skin from makeup, remove contact lenses. Remove the applicator from the packaging. Then, holding the applicator horizontally, apply one drop on the applicator closer to the tip, but not directly on it. Then immediately gently swipe the applicator over the skin of the upper eyelid at the base of the eyelashes, moving from the inside of the eye to the outside. Avoid getting the drug beyond the century.

Repeat the same steps for the second century.

Avoid getting the drug inside the eye or lower eyelid. If you missed the drug, do not try to “catch up”. Just use Latisse the next day in the evening.

Contact of Latisse directly in the eyes will not cause harm. Eyes do not need to be flushed. Do not allow the neck of the vial and the applicator to come into contact with other objects, fingers or other surfaces to avoid bacteria and infection.

Before use, contact lenses should be removed, they can be put on again 15 minutes after applying the drug.

Use Latisse once a day.

Applying more often than once a day will not accelerate the growth of eyelashes and will not increase the effect of using the drug.