Is bimatoprost the same as Latisse?
The medication bimatoprost — marketed under the brand name Latisse — is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat inadequate eyelashes (hypotrichosis). Bimatoprost is also marketed under the brand name Lumigan, which is used in prescription eyedrops to treat glaucoma.
Does bimatoprost make eyelashes grow?
Topical bimatoprost is used to treat hypotrichosis (less than the normal amount of hair) of the eyelashes by promoting the growth of longer, thicker, and darker lashes. Topical bimatoprost is in a class of medications called prostaglandin analogs.
Can you buy bimatoprost?
Bimatoprost is available on prescription only. Bimatoprost eye drops come in bottles or single-dose droppers.
Can you import medicine into the US?
In most circumstances, it is illegal for individuals to import drugs into the United States for personal use. This is because drugs from other countries that are available for purchase by individuals often have not been approved by FDA for use and sale in the United States.
How do I order bimatoprost?
Bimatoprost has been reported to cause pigment changes (darkening) to periorbital pigmented tissues and eyelashes….3 ways to order
- Place an order with your Allergan representative.
- Call Customer Service at 1-800-377-7790.
- Visit AllerganDirect.com for online ordering.
Can I use Lumigan instead of Latisse?
Using Careprost or Lumigan to imitate Latisse can lead to serious complications such as renegade lash growth, red eyes, irritation, and infection. While Latisse comes with disposable applicators, Careprost and Lumigan do not.
How much is Latisse in Mexico?
$40 to $60
Average Latisse Cost by Country in USD
|$40 to $60
|$20 to $50
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