• Wed, Nov 11 2009

Get Longer, Thicker Lashes With LATISSE

As you get older, your lashes aren’t as long and lush as they used to be. That’s why many women are turning to products to help grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker.

Many beauty experts, celebrities and other women around the country believe in LATISSE, a prescription treatment especially for hypotrichosis (another name for having inadequate or not enough eyelashes).

Image: LATISSE

Image: LATISSE

This product is available only by prescription and any doctor can prescribe it. From LATISSE…

In most US states, consumers can purchase LATISSE from their prescribing doctor. In a few states, laws prohibit doctors from dispensing prescription products so you will have to fill your prescription at the pharmacy.

This eyelash solution has a suggested retail price of $120. Visit LATISSE.com to find out more information.

Particularly around the holidays, the glamour look is in — long, thick dark lashes and true red lips. If you are considering false eyelashes, LATISSE may be another alternative. Here is what a few celebrities have to say about the product.

Actress Brooke Shields – “I used to dye my lashes, and I’ve also spent so much time on Broadway putting on fake ones then ripping them off-I’ve actually had holes in my lash line from the damage that does. So I was even more grateful that LATISSE was able to make them darker and fuller.”

Actress Angie Harmon – “It’s all about lashes, the eyes are the window to the soul, so I’m super excited about [LATISSE]. All I want is more lashes!”

Beauty expert Anastasia Soare – “I’ve learned a new trick to making heads turn! My eyes ‘pop’ with longer, thicker and darker lashes with LATISSE. It’s a great option for me that delivers results.”

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  • Kay Akers

    Hi Lucille, just want to add something for your post.. Latisse is an ophthalmic drug product that is not expected to cause harm even if it gets into the eyes so you can be sure that it is safe to use. Increased brown iris pigmentation has occurred when the same formulation of bimatoprost ophthalmic solution was instilled directly into the eye to treat elevated intraocular pressure. Although iris pigmentation was not reported in clinical studies with LATISSE, patients should be advised about the potential for increased brown iris pigmentation which is likely permanent.So people with blue eyes should get extra precautions.. Check more articles here for yourself.. http://buybimatoprostonline.com/

  • buy bimatoprost

    I love latisse. Although it is very expensive, I buy it because it will really make my lashes longer and thicker. I look good with it so I will buy bimatoprost.