LATISSE® is an FDA-approved treatment to grow eyelashes for people with inadequate or not enough lashes.
Latisse (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) is the first and only prescription treatment approved by the FDA for inadequate eyelashes, growing them longer, fuller and darker.
Latisse is a easy to use, once-a-day treatment you apply to the base of your upper eyelashes. Patients in a clinical trial saw results gradually over time (starting at 4 weeks with full results after 16 weeks). Grow longer, darker and fuller lashes with Latisse.
Using Latisse Safety Info
If you're considering LATISSE® (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03%, it's important to get all the facts first. You may have questions about how the treatment works, how soon you’ll see results, and the safety of the product. This site was intended to give you a basic understanding of the product, but you should ask your doctor to see LATISSE® is right for you.
Possible side effects.
The most common side effects after using LATISSE® are an itching sensation in the eyes and/or eye redness, which were reported in approximately 4% of clinical trial patients. LATISSE® solution may cause other less common side effects which typically occur close to where LATISSE® is applied. These include skin darkening, eye irritation, dryness of the eyes and redness of the eyelids.
If you develop a new ocular condition (e.g., trauma or infection), experience a sudden decrease in visual acuity, have ocular surgery, or develop any ocular reactions, particularly conjunctivitis and eyelid reactions, you should immediately seek your physician’s advice concerning the continued use of LATISSE® solution.
LATISSE® solution is intended for use on the skin of the upper eyelid margins at the base of the eyelashes. Refer to the illustration below. DO NOT APPLY to the lower lid. If you are using LUMIGAN® ophthalmic solution or other products for elevated intraocular pressure (IOP), or if you have a history of abnormal IOP, you should only use LATISSE® under the close supervision of your physician.