What is Latisse® Solution?

Latisse® Solution is a product to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker, and darker. It is the only FDA approved treatment for eyelash hypotrichosis –having  inadequate or not enough lashes. 

How does it work?

Latisse® Solution affects the growth phase of the eyelash cycle in 2 ways: It increases the length of this phase and it increases the number of hairs in the growth phase. The exact way it works is unknown. You will see a change in your lashes by 2 months. One Latisse® Solution kit will last 6-8 weeks.

You should NOT use this product if:

  • You have eye pressure problems. (elevated intraocular pressure).

  • You are currently taking medications for eye pressure problems.

  • Have risk factors for glaucoma.

  • You are pregnant or nursing.

What are the side effects?

  • Eye itching/eye redness (in less than 4% of users).

  • Skin darkening, eye irritation, dryness, or redness of the eyelids.

  • Increased brown pigmentation of the colored part of the eye which is likely permanent.

If you develop a new eye condition (trauma, infection, decrease in vision, have eye surgery or any eye reactions), you should stop using Latisse®Solution and see your eye doctor.   *You may have heard of iris color changes—of 287 people in the study for Latisse® Solution, there were no people with iris color changes.

How do you use Latisse® Solution?

  • Wash your face when preparing to go to bed. Remove contacts if you have them.

  • Place one drop of Latisse® Solution on the applicator near the tip.

  • Apply Latisse® Solution from the inner part of your lashes to the outer part (as if applying eye liner).

  • Blot any excess.

  • Dispose of the applicator. Repeat the other eye with a new applicator. (this is to avoid contamination from one eye to another). Do not apply on lower lashes.

  • Apply your makeup as usual the next morning.



    ® Solution is used before bedtime.

Latisse® Solution 5 cc is $159

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