You may experience the side effects of Latisse that include:
- Redness in the thin tissue over the white part of your eye
- Dry Eyes
- Itchy and red eyes
- Hair growth around the eyes if you get the medication on your skin
- Darkened eyelids
- Brown pigmentation in the iris of our eye.
Darkened eyelids will fade when the medication is stopped. However, any change in iris color will be permanent.
Patients who used Latisse for medical conditions were mixed. For example, patients who lost eyelashes due to chemotherapy were happy with the treatment, but further studies are needed.
If you are concerned about the appearance of your eyelashes, contact the West Jordan Office at 801-282-5363 or visit our website at utahfaeliftsurgeon.com.
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Latisse is a safe and effective way to grow longer and thicker eyelashes in weeks. In medical research conducted for FDA approval, Latisse eyelash lengthener was found to be safe for most patients. However, you may not be an eligible candidate for Latisse if you have eye problems like conjunctivitis or uveitis, face the risk of macular edemas, infections on your upper eyelids, or serious allergies.
If you develop an ocular condition because of Latisse or you have a decrease in visual acuity, immediately seek your physician’s advice about continuing Latisse for eyelash recovery.
Latisse is for the use on the skin of the upper eyelid margins at the base of the eyelashes. Do not apply to the lower lid. It is best to use Latisse under the supervision of a physician.
Latisse is a prescription medication. Therefore, it is very important to adhere to the complete directions given to you by your physician. Here are a few things to bear in mind when using Latisse.
- Do not apply in the eye or to the lower lid.
- Only use with the sterile applicators that come with Latisse.
- Do not allow the tip of the bottle or applicator to touch your fingers. Contamination by common bacteria can be transferred and cause eye infections.
- Remove contact lenses before applying Latisse. You can reinsert your lenses about 15 minutes after Latisse application.
- Note that when you stop using Latisse, your lashes will gradually return to their original appearance.
If you have questions concerning Latisse, call our West Jordan Office Phone Number 801-282-5363.