LATISSE® (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03% — the first and only FDA-approved treatment for inadequate or not enough lashes. Latisse is a way to get thicker more brilliant lashes. Many people may be unaware of this highly effective treatment.
Latisse is a medical treatment that was originally designed to help treat glaucoma. During the treatment, patients noticed anecdotally that their eyelashes were fuller. Allergan set about performing clinical trials, and in December of 2008 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Latisse as a cosmetic treatment for thicker and longer Eyelashes. For you this means in only a few seconds a day of applying the treatment you can experience the wonder that is fuller more vibrant eyelashes through Latisse. Since this treatment improves eyelash length and thickness, you can forget about mascara or false eyelashes or extensions. This also means that you don’t have to worry about crying, swimming, or taking a shower - they are your own eyelashes. This gives you freedom from having to mess around with beauty products or worrying about being caught in the rain. Latisse is safe, effective, and easy to apply.
You should notice significant results in eight weeks you will begin to see results as your eyelashes grow in thickness and length. Typical users find that it takes up to sixteen weeks to achieve maximum results. The treatment is a simple daily regimen of applying the solution to your upper eyelashes, without the worry of what the day will bring to the appearance of your eyes.
As you begin applying this topical solution to the upper eyelashes, you will start to see lengthening and thickening of the eyelashes. It need only be applied once per day, with a sterile single use applicator. In as little as eight weeks you will have noticeably fuller, thicker and longer eyelashes, and the effect will continue to grow until about sixteen weeks, where you will have reached the maximum effect. If you choose to stop the treatment, the effects you have noticed will fade in a few weeks to a few months, depending on your own eyelashes' regular growth cycle.