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Postby Santistevan » Tue May 12, 2009 3:17 pm

http://cruiseforums.cruisecritic.com/sh ... p?t=940498 Look at the quote from the doctor. Generally hazel eyes turned colors. This is the only thing that bothers me about Latisse. I would love to try this product.
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Postby SanyBelle » Sun Jul 26, 2009 11:00 am

I love Latisse. My lashes were thin, light colored and short, now they are longer, darker and a bit thicker. I still need to use mascara, but only one thin coat of it. I have been using the Latisse for about 3 months now, almost every night. I have dark brown eyes, so I'm not concerned with my eye color changing and if the skin near my top eyelashes gets a little darker, that doesn't bother me since I use a smoky grey pencil eyeliner.

I am going to ask my eyedoctor for Lumigan next time I'm there, it seems to be the same product. I pay $120 a bottle for the Latisse and it lasts about 2 months for me, but if I can get a perscription of Lumigan cheaper, so much the better!!
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Re: Latisse

Postby jessica.c » Tue Sep 29, 2009 1:49 pm

Hello Santistevan,

Thank you for posting some of the concerns with Latisse. This is why the FDA mandated that people go and see their doctors before we could fill their prescriptions. I wanted to let everyone know that Make Me Heal carries Latisse and is currently having a special

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Re: Latisse

Postby bettie33 » Tue Oct 27, 2009 6:53 pm

I have hazel eyes, been using Latisse about 2.5 months, it works... but subtly. My eyes haven't changed color. I paid $120 for it but the brushes ran out. I ordered a pack of disposable eyeliner brushes on e-bay. I use 1 drop per night on one brush, both eyes. It conserves product and brushes. If one eye looks red or anything, I'll use 2 brushes and put a drop in the cap of the Latisse.
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Re: Latisse

Postby KadeeBelleMD2B » Mon Nov 16, 2009 9:20 pm

i've been using it on my eyebrows, and they are thicker and darker. so it's working for me. A bit nervous for the lashes - anyone know how quick the eye color change would be if happened? cheers!
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Re: Latisse

Postby kylesmom9 » Sun Nov 22, 2009 9:43 am

Hi KadeeBelle,

I have been using Latisse for 6 months...have very light eyes (blue/grey with yellowish in the center if you look hard) and haven't noticed an eye color change. I took a GOOD look at my eyes before I started... in the sunlight. I am glad I did as I located "freckles" in the irises I never noticed before. If I hadn't looked I might have thought they were an eye color change.


I use a very fine eyeliner brush to apply and wash it every night. That way I can control the amount I apply and make sure it never touches the actual eye.

HTH :)
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Re: Latisse

Postby 4evryoung » Mon Nov 23, 2009 7:45 am

Kylesmom,

This is great your eyes have not turned color. This was a concern and why I had not tried it---you didn't mention how is it working for you? In 6 months time you should see quite an improvement I would think- Are your lashes longer? Thanks.
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Re: Latisse

Postby kylesmom9 » Mon Nov 23, 2009 8:43 am

The results are fantastic! If they had not been by month 4 then I would have reconsidered. My lashes are thick and dark. I used to have to wear a thickening, lengthening mascara, but not now. I just use the tiniest swipe of a regular hypoallergenic kind on the ends as they are still somewhat lighter on the ends. I could definitely go without, but it really makes them pop.

The only side effect I had was a very slight irritation in the beginning. Like I had been out in the wind all day and my eyelids were a little dry. That subsided in the first month and a half or so.

I use it only every other night now to maintain results.

I was VERY concerned about the eye color change, but just couldn't resist the thought of longer thicker lashes.

BTW I cheat now and use lumigan since it is so much cheaper. I bought my last order from all day chemist and it is just as good as the real thing. The bottle is the same (except for the name) and it is made by allergan. Just FYI...some people only want the brand name and that is fine. :)
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Re: Latisse

Postby 4evryoung » Wed Nov 25, 2009 6:55 am

Thanks Kylemom. I had MD last night at a spa. they were offering a free tube of laisses with botox treatment. The offer is on till the end of this year. I am really considering using it- the girl who did the MD uses it and she says it is fantastic. She has hazel/green eyes and has also not had any color changes. Thanks again and a Happy Thanksgiving to you.
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Re: Latisse

Postby GsMom » Fri Jul 02, 2010 11:55 am

I think the "change in iris color" side effect has greatly been blown out of proportion. I read (by an MD) that there are NO documented cases of eye color change when used correctly as an eyelash stimulator. There have been RARE instances in which the iris has darkened in those people with glaucoma who've used lumigan IN their eyes as directed.

I recently ordered the generic from Alldaychemist for only $11 a bottle-can't wait to get it!!
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Re: Latisse

Postby greymatter » Mon Jul 26, 2010 1:10 pm

Looks like pretty good reviews. I think I'll give it a go-
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