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Latisse is the first and only FDA approved eyelash enhancement product. Produced by Allergen (the same company who manufactures Botox), the prescription is used to treat hypotrichosis, a technical term for having too few eyelashes.

The company confidently promises the users of Latisse fuller, longer, thicker, and luscious lashes. The confidence arises from the presence of the bimatoprost as an active ingredient in the product that is known to promote lash growth.

However, there are reviews that suggest the possibility of allergic reactions to certain ingredients in the product besides few Latisse side effects that is common while using the product. Though most of the side effects are reversible once the use of the product is discontinued, it is a cause for concern among several customers.

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Redness of the eye, itching sensation at the application site, eye irritation, and dryness in the eye are some of the common side effects of using Latisse. Some customers have complained of darkening of the skin (hyperpigmentation) around the application site. There have been cases of the lashes falling out and discoloration of the eyes, may be due to being allergic to one or many of the ingredients, in which case, it is best to discontinue use and seek medical help. The product takes a long time to work, as long as 4 months, to see any noticeable results. Once you stop applying Latisse, your lashes immediately go back their original state. Some doctors aren't yet familiar with the prescription.

Latisse Side Effects:

Some of the most common side effects of Latisse include redness of the eye and an itching sensation at the application site. The product may also cause eye irritation or dryness. In some cases, users of Latisse noticed hyperpigmentation (darkening of the skin) around the area where the formula was applied. This condition may be reversible after you stop using the product. Though rare, some users found that Latisse caused their lashes to fall out, which is generally attributed to being allergic to one of the ingredients.

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