Generic
Generic Latisse
  • Active Ingredient:

    Bimatoprost
  • Expiry Date:

    1/01/2022
  • Manufacturer:

    SUN
  • Average Delivery Time:

    15 days
  • Availibility:

    In Stock
  • Strength:

  • Rate Per Pill

    $ 19.9

Latisse Generic 3ml Solution To Enhance Your Eyes Beauty

Description

Generic Latisse is prescribed to treat patients with inadequate eyelashes. Actively composed of Bimatoprost, it makes the eyelashes more noticeable by promoting the growth of eyelashes. It also helps eyelashes to grow longer, thicker, and even darker. The drug Bimatoprost is quite similar to a natural chemical secreted by the body called prostaglandin.

The active drug of Generic Latisse – Bimatoprost – is also used to treat glaucoma, an eye disease that impairs the vision. If one is already using it for the treatment of glaucoma, they should be careful not to get the medicine into their eyes. Make sure you talk to your physician to know more about how to use Generic Latisse.

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Action Mechanism

  • Generic Latisse (Bimatoprost) is a structural analog of prostaglandin, a natural chemical that is found in the body.
  • Although the exact action mechanism of the drug in promoting the growth of eyelashes is unknown.
  • However, it is presumed to help increase the percent of eyelashes.

Dosage

  • Go through the instructions provided by your doctor before you start using Generic Latisse.
  • Learn how to properly use this ophthalmic solution. If you have any questions, seek medical help.
  • You need to use this eye medication once a day in the evening or as advised by your physician.
  • To apply Generic Latisse, first wash your hands and face. Get rid of any makeup or contact lenses. You can reinsert the contact lenses after 15 minutes of application. Place a drop of this eye solution onto the applicator and draw the applicator carefully across the upper eyelid margin, around the eyelashes.
  • If the medication gets into the eye, do not rinse right away. It will not likely to cause any harm if the solution gets into the eye, because it is also used for treating glaucoma.
  • Use this Bimatoprost medicine regularly to get the most out of it. Make sure you apply it at the same time each day. Do not use less or more of this ophthalmic solution than advised.
  • Using more solution will not make this drug work faster. It will take up to two months to notice an improvement.

Precautions

  • Before using Generic Latisse, inform your physician if you are allergic to Bimatoprost, Latanoprost, or Travoprost.
  • This ophthalmic solution may contain certain inactive ingredients, such as preservatives like benzalkonium chloride, which can cause an allergic reaction.
  • Make sure you remove your contact lenses before applying this Generic Latisse solution.
  • Before using Generic Latisse, inform your physician about your medical conditions, such as eye issues (such as glaucoma, other eye issues, such as macular edema, iritis, uveitis, lens extraction.

Side Effects

  • Eye redness
  • Eye discomfort
  • Eye itching
  • Dryness of eye or eyelid

NOTE :These are common side effects of Generic Latisse. If any of these adverse effects worsen or persist, inform your doctor immediately. There is a possibility of hair growth to happen in other areas of the skin where the medication is applied. So, make sure you wipe out any extra medication after applying it to the eyelashes.

Seek medical attention if you experience eye pain, suspected eye infection such as discharge, unusual redness or swelling, sudden vision changes, or loss of vision.

Warnings

  • If you develop a new eye problem while using Generic Latisse, discuss with your physician whether you should start using a new one.
  • If you are getting tested for eye pressure, tell you optometrist or ophthalmologist that you are using Generic Latisse.
  • During pregnancy, this eye medication should be used only if it is indicated. Make sure you discuss the risks and benefits with your physician.
  • It is not clear whether the drug passes into breast milk. Seek medical advice in advance if you want to use Generic Latisse during breastfeeding.