New product helps increase eyelashes
In my first article on My Life website, I would like to address a topic that is a problem for many women: the lack of large eyelashes. Even with various techniques that can disguise the problem, such as the use of false eyelashes, no treatment until now could actually increase the eyelashes. It is in this context that Latisse®, a product that was launched in 2010 in the United States and recently released for commercialization in Brazil by ANVISA, can be useful. It has been manufactured and is indicated for the treatment of eyelid hypotrichosis, (inadequate or insufficient growth of eyelashes).
Is the product effective?
Latisse® is a topical solution that should be applied to the skin near the eyelashes. It provides an increase in eyelash growth in length, thickness, abundance and intensity of staining, i.e., dimming. The action of the drug begins soon after the start of treatment, however the clinical studies show significant differences in length, thickness and darkening of the eyelashes after the second month of treatment. It is also good to know that you have to use the product constantly so that it continues to work.
Latisse is a solution that provides an increase in eyelash growth in length, thickness, abundance and color intensity
Whenever a product new product comes to market, there is some resistance from the population, since some treatments really promise miraculous results and show results below expectations. In the case of Latisse®, we can say that during the treatment period the result is well observed, since, despite the recent release in Brazil, the product has several clinical studies and international scientific articles that prove its effectiveness. indications
Like all treatment, Latisse may have side effects in certain individuals. The product is contraindicated for patients who are allergic to bimatoprost, which is the active ingredient in Latisse®. Therefore, for the patient to use this medication, it is necessary to consult with your dermatologist, as there are some other observations and care to be taken with Latisse®, since improper use may lead to a change in iris pigmentation. In addition, the use in children should be avoided, since all the studies done so far have been done with adults.
Dr. Isabel Martinez- Dermatologist
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