What Are Potential Latisse Side Effects?

If you’ve always yearned for longer, lusher eyelashes Latisse, may be just what you need to make that dream come true. Latisse is a revolutionary eyelashlengthenermanufactured by Allergan Inc. Clinical studies conducted prior to its release confirm that Latisse does make the lashes grow, but before using the product, it’s important to find out what are the potential Latisse side effects.

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Latisse works well to grow eyelashes, and also makes them thicker and darker. It is derived from bimatoprost, which is an ophthalmic solution that is used in the treatment of glaucoma.  The product was discovered when doctors using an eye drop containing bimatoprost to lower eye pressure, noticed that their patients started to grow fuller, longer lashes as a side-effect. This led to further research and clinical studies, after whichLatisse was developed.

What are the potential side effects of Latisse?
Latisse is indicated for use only on the base of the upper lashes. It should never be applied to the lower eyelid, or in the eye itself. Latisse is generally well-tolerated, but red eyes and itchy eyesare two of the most common side effects.

There are also less common side effects such as eye irritation, dry eyes, and darkening of the eyelids. These usually resolve as soon as you stop using Latisse.  In rare cases Latisse can increase the pigmentation of the iris and change eye color.Individuals with existing eye conditions such as allergic conjunctivitis should not use Latisse, as it could worsen the condition.

Contact Skin Care Center Chicago, Illinois for more information on Latisse and its side effects. Call 773.296.3636today and schedule a consultation with a dermatologist at our Chicago office. You can also call847.901.0252. for our office in Glenview, and 847.234.6121 forour Lake Forestpractice.

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