Eyelash Hypotrichosis and How Latisse can Help

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Posted on : October 14, 2016 | Author: John Kahen

Latisse, a prescription medication that makes your very own eyelashes longer, thicker, and fuller.  Latisse is 0.03% Bimatoprost, which is the same active ingredient as Allergan’glaucoma medication, Lumigan. Doctors found that one of the side effects of Lumigan was an increase in the darkness, thickness, length, and number of eyelashes. Lumigan, a prescription eye medication not a cosmetic, grew impressive eyelashes in men and women alike.

Originally, Latisse was intended to be used in the treatment of hypotrichosis (the medical term for inadequate or insufficient eyelashes) in cancer patients that had lost their eyelashes while undergoing chemotherapy or radiation but has now been approved by the FDA as an eyelash beautifier.

Visit Beverly Hills Hair Restoration to schedule a consultation to see if Latisse is right for you.


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