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Hello everyone. I started using Latisse and after the first week, my lashes started falling out! Today, I noticed at least 10 throughout the day. Should I continue to use it or quit now? Thank you for your advice!
How is everyone doing with their Latisse treatments?
If your lashes are falling out due to you applying Latisse, you may just want to call your doctor and let him know. Ive done a little research and when you search for lashes falling out while using Latisse Ive seen it recommended to stop using and call your doctor.
It doesnt happen to everyone, but it is possible( you may be allergic to one of the components of Latisse).
It could also be possible for others that it is taking a longer time to show results.. Some people see results more quickly than others.
Anyone been taking photos to document their progress?
I've been using Latisse for about two years. The first time, I dripped some liquid in my eye and my eye blistered on the surface and burned. I've not had that happen since, just the first time.
About a year ago I stopped using it because I aquired Rosceasa of the eyelids. So, while I was receiving treatment for the Roseacea, I stopped using Latisse. My eyelashes got short very quickly.
Upon my last purchase of Latisse I noticed that my physician had the longest craziest looking lashes. She had been using Latisse for over three years. Neither she nor I have had any eyelash loss, and I had a burning sensation the very first time I used it.
Ok, so tell me this - why would you use prescription medication and pay $100 every second month if there are natural solutions to the same problem and cost much much less? Fysiko eyelash serum, for example, works as great as latisse but $140 for 6 months and natural...
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