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Bimatoprost (Latisse)

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Bimatoprost FAQs

What is Latisse?

Latisse is an eyelash growth serum that is clinically proven to enhance eyelash growth, thickness, and darkness.

Latisse is the brand name for the active ingredient and generic medicine called Bimatoprost. Bimatoprost ophthalmic solution 0.03% was first approved by the FDA to treat high pressure in the eye (ocular hypertension) and help with glaucoma. It was then approved specifically for use as an eyelash growth medication.

How does it work?

Latisse is believed to work by increasing the amount of time your eyelashes spend in the growth phase (anagen) of the eyelash hair cycle.

During the anagen phase, the cells divide rapidly and the eyelashes grow thicker and longer. This gives you more prominent eyelashes over three to four months of continued use. It is recommended to use Latisse over this time period to see maximal results.

eyelash life cycle extension guide.

In clinical trials, participants who used Latisse for 16 weeks experienced the following results:

  • Eyelashes were reported to be 106% fuller in those using Latisse, compared with only 12% using the placebo.
  • 25% of patients using Latisse experienced eyelash growth compared to 2% of patients using a placebo (inactive drug).
  • 18% of patients using Latisse reported darker eyelashes, compared with 3% using the placebo.
Graph showing the clinical trial results of Latisse vs placebo

How do I apply Latisse?

For this medication to be effective, it is important to use it correctly and exactly as your doctor has told you to.

How to apply Latisse

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  • Clean your face and remove any makeup and contact lenses (if applicable).
  • At night, place one drop of Latisse onto one disposable sterile applicator.
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  • Apply Latisse immediately by brushing the applicator along the skin of the upper eyelid margin (where your eyelashes meet your skin).
  • Blot off any excess solution.
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  • Repeat these steps for the opposite eyelid margin using a new sterile applicator.

It usually takes 16 weeks to experience the maximum benefit. After 16 weeks, talk to your doctor about ongoing use.

Do not apply Latisse to your lower eyelash line, inside the eye, or use it as an eye drop. Avoid applying this more than once a day as doing this won’t increase the growth of your eyelashes.

To avoid contaminating this product, avoid touching the tip of the bottle or applicator to your fingers or any other surface. If this product is contaminated by bacteria it may cause infections.

Please note that if you stop using Latisse, your eyelash appearance is expected to gradually return to how it was before treatment.

When will I see the results?

Like many other medications, Latisse doesn't provide results overnight. Normally, you’ll start to notice some improvements after two months of applying this medicine daily.

If you use Latisse every second day or forget to use it, it may delay the results. It typically takes 16 weeks before you’ll experience the maximum effect.

Who can and can’t use Latisse?

Latisse is safe and effective for most people. It is recommended for people with eyelash hypotrichosis. This condition is defined as having less than average length, thickness, and/or number of eyelashes.

You should not use Latisse if you are allergic to Bimatoprost or any of the ingredients in this product.

You must consult your doctor before using this product, especially if:

  • You use or have used prescription products for eye pressure problems
  • You have risk factors for eye conditions such as glaucoma
  • You have eye problems (such as macular edema, iritis, uveitis, lens extraction/aphakia)
  • You have had eye surgery

Are there any interactions with other medications?

Certain eye drops, such as those used to treat glaucoma (e.g. bimatoprost, latanoprost, travoprost) may interact with this medication.

Inform your doctor about all the medications you are using, these include prescription medicines, over-the-counter products, vitamins, and natural health supplements.

What precautions should I take?

You should tell your healthcare providers that you are using Latisse. You should also inform your Optometrist or anyone conducting an eye pressure screening on you that you are using this medication.

This product contains an ingredient that may be absorbed by and cause a change in the color of soft contact lenses. If you wear contact lenses, remove these before applying Latisse, you can put them back in after 15 minutes.

What adverse effects are common with Latisse?

Bimatoprost (Latisse) is safe to use for most people. In clinical studies, side effects were reported in less than 4% of people using this medicine.

Latisse’s side effects most commonly include experiencing an itching sensation in the eyes and/or red eyes.

Other reported side effects are less common and typically occur around the skin where the solution is applied, or in the eyes. These side effects include:

  • Skin darkening (on areas where the solution is applied - this is reversible when you stop using Latisse)
  • Eye irritation
  • Dry eyes
  • Red eyelids

A small percentage of people using this product notice brown darkening of the colored part of the eye (iris) which is likely to be permanent. This is rare and typically occurs when the solution gets into the eye. This is why Latisse should never be applied directly to the eyes or the lower eyelid.

There is a chance that hair may grow outside the treated area. To reduce this risk, the solution should only be applied to the base of the eyelashes and any excess should be blotted away.

Seek medical help immediately if you develop a new eye condition (e.g., injury or infection), experience a sudden decrease in vision, have eye surgery, or develop any eye reactions, especially conjunctivitis or eyelid reactions. If these occur your doctor may suggest stopping treatment.

Can I buy Latisse online?

You can buy Latisse online from SpeedyHealth. This medication requires a prescription, which you can get through an online consultation with one of our licensed doctors.

This consultation is a quick and easy process and allows our doctors to see if this product is suitable for you. If they approve, your treatment will be delivered to your chosen address.