First of all I have Glacolma and have had to try many diff drops to get my pressure down. I was very surprised to see ads now coming out for women to buy this kind of a product to have their eye lashes grow.
My Optamologist perscribed this to be before all this hoop-la. My pressure didn't come down that much and he had me stop. BUT !! Yes, my lashes grew in thicker and long. I was happy for a short time.
Long story short, my lashes are back to being skimpy and I use alot of Mascara !!!
MY DH also needs to take eye drops nightly. And yes, he now has lovely long lashes.
Aleidahe now has lovely long lashes
Poor guy... (I'm teasing...no offense, please)
I suffer from dry eye. It's no fun, but I don't think I need a drug to add to my struggles (long story). I have no need or desire for "long lashes" anywho.
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hmm, didnt' know it was the same thing. I have seen the commercials. I have decent eyelashes, but, they are light colored, and with my hotflashes, I can't stand mascara much. I did order some mascara from avon from my ds's girlfriend, and might try using it some.
The product was reviewed on a local news station here and Brooke Shields is the spokeswoman for it.
Like Brooke Shields needs to worry about that.
One of my friends is using Latisse to thicken her eye lashes. She's noticed a difference after using it about a month.
No offense taken Whateverfood. I don't suppose DH would too impressed to know I called his eyelashes "lovely" on a BB -- but heh-- they are what they are.
Eyelash hypotrichosis is another name for having inadequate or not enough eyelashes.
I dunno, I thought Brooke Shields eyelashes did look a bit puny.
This is the same stuff that is in the expensive mascara that you posted about yesterday Cassie.
I would never use it because I don't want my blue eyes to turn brown.
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whiteflower_paThis is the same stuff that is in the expensive mascara
This is a different product. Latisse is prescription only -not available OTC.
LATISSE® (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03% is the first and only prescription treatment approved by the FDA for inadequate or not having enough eyelashes, growing them longer, fuller and darker.
Which ever one it is, I'am not using it. I had the perscription one as I said to try and get my eye pressure down for Glacolma. One of my best features is my big blue eyes, people even ask me if I wear contacts. Grrrrrrr ! I was worried they might turn brown.
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