As women start to age, many find that they start to experience thinning of the eyelashes. Luckily, a new solution has recently appeared on the market, meaning women can finally throw away all that useless lengthening mascara, for natural, longer, darker and thicker lashes.
Latisse products have just been rolled out in the UK after a massive growth in popularity in the USA. Latisse is the first and at present, the only FDA approved prescription treatment for inadequate lashes and is available on a prescription only basis.
The product works through its active ingredient; bimatoprost ophthalmic solution, which is believed to affect the anagen phase of the eyelash hair circle, increasing the length and number of hairs in two different growth phases.
The treatment is used by applying topically to the base of the upper eyelashes once a day, or as instructed by a doctor. Gradually, the results will begin to become prominent, and within around 4 weeks you should begin to see results, with full growth achieved in around 16 weeks, meaning you’ll soon be able to throw away those falsies, and have beautiful, long lashes all of your own.
When using Latisse you should ensure that you always keep your doctor up to date on your progress, and contact them straight away should you encounter any problems as it is believed that biamatropost may, in some cases, cause increased brown pigmentation in the coloured part of the eye which could be permanent. Reversible eyelid skin darkening may also occur in some cases. You should also ensure that you never apply Lattise to your lower eyelid.
For more information, and to see if you’re eligible for this innovative new treatment, speak to your doctor today!