Latisse

Latisse ® (Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution)

Monthly Plan: $135.00 / month

The first and only FDA-approved treatment to grow eyelashes for people with inadequate lashes.

  • Clinically-proven to make eyelashes longer, thicker, and darker
  • Allergan’s clinical trial showed a 78 percent eyelash enhancement
  • The solution works progressively with striking full results in 16 weeks
  • Use nightly before bed

Disclaimer: This information isn’t a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to your doctor. 

Do not use Latisse if you are allergic to Latisse or it’s ingredients, have glaucoma, or are currently treating it with medicated eye drops. Do not use Latisse if you are pregnant, possibly pregnant, or breastfeeding. For a complete list of interactions and potential side effects, please read the risks and benefits in important safety information.

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Latisse ®

The success behind Latisse.

In 2001, Allergan developed a medicated eye drop called bimatoprost to treat glaucoma. By a stroke of serendipity, many of the patients noticed something happening to their eyelashes. Their eyelashes grew longer, fuller, and darker while on the medication. This unexpected side effect prompted Allergan to study bimatoprost for the use in eyelash hypotrichosis, which is the medical term for an inadequate amount of hair.

The study produced remarkable results. At week 16, patients had an average of 1.4 mm growth in length (25 percent increase) and a 106 percent increase in fullness and thickness. The results of the study resulted in Latisse® become the first and only FDA-approved treatment to lengthen, darken, and thicken eyelashes for people with insufficient lashes.

How to use

Use Latisse nightly for fuller, thicker, and longer eyelashes. It’s a once-a-day application that can be easily incorporated into your bedtime routine.

After washing your face and removing contacts (if you wear them), you’ll apply Latisse to your upper eyelid where the skin meets the lashes. Make sure to read the full instructions to avoid any issues and get the maximum benefits.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Latisse?

Latisse (bimatoprost solution 0.03%) is an FDA-approved treatment to grow eyelashes for people with inadequate or not enough lashes. Latisse is clinically-proven to make eyelashes longer, thicker, and darker.

Latisse is not appropriate for everyone. To learn more about who should not use Latisse and the side effects that it may cause, please see the FAQ below regarding side effects and the important safety information for Latisse.

How do I use Latisse?

Latisse should be used at night after washing your face, removing makeup and contacts if you wear them. Apply one drop of Latisse to an applicator. Brush the applicator along the skin of the upper eyelid, where the skin meets the eyelashes. Blot away any excess liquid to avoid liquid running onto your cheek. Use one applicator for each eye and throw away after use. Only apply at the base of the upper lashes. If you have any questions about your medication, once prescribed, please contact your Rory-affiliated provider.

What are the potential side effects associated with using Latisse?

Common side effects include itchy and red eyes. Hair may grow outside the treatment area, especially if the medication is applied directly to the eye or the lower eyelid. Latisse may cause brown darkening of the colored part (iris) of your eye which is likely permanent and occurred in less than 4% of patients in the Latisse clinical trial. Latisse may also cause eyelid skin darkening which may be reversible. If Latisse is discontinued, lashes gradually return to the previous appearance. For a complete list of interactions and potential side effects, please read the important safety information.

Is this Latisse real?

Yes, our prescriptions are brand-name Latisse (bimatoprost solution 0.03%) and purchased directly from the manufacturer, Allergan.

How long does it take for Latisse to start working?

Eyelashes will not grow overnight. It will take 16 weeks (4 months) to see the full effect of Latisse. Most patients report an increase in eyelash length at 4 weeks. Increased darkness and fullness are typically seen at week 8. Continuing with the treatment past week 8 usually results in longer, fuller, thicker, and darker eyelashes.

Will Latisse change my eye color?

Latisse may cause brown darkening of the colored part (iris) of your eye which is likely permanent and occurred in less than 4% of patients in the Latisse clinical trial. Getting Latisse solution in the eye increases this risk. It is crucial to apply Latisse properly on the upper lash line (never on the lower lash line) and to wipe away the excess solution.