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The following are the top-5 natural alternatives to LATISSE

in Off topic Thu Nov 02, 2017 3:02 am
by kate • 1.004 Posts

LATISSE is an FDA approved prescription drug used to get longer, fuller and darker eyelashes. The component bimatoprost used in this drug was originally an ingredient of a glaucoma medication. Bimatoprost had a side effect of increasing eyelash growth. The cosmetic firm Allergan lowered the percentage content of bimatoprost and is now selling it under the name LATISSE.

Prescription drugs like Latisse are not the only option to get thicker, fuller eyelashes.

The following are the top-5 natural alternatives to LATISSE:One of the most common LATISSE alternatives is LashFood which contains the required nutrients for eyelash growth. Lashfood looks like an eyeliner and has ingredients like the vitamin biotin, amino acid Agrinine, and a combination of flowers and herbs containing iris extract. Biotin and arginine have certain properties that promote and encourage hair growth.

LiLash is another alternative to LATISSE that helps in strengthening your lashes, as they usually break frequently due to the application of false eyelash extensions. LiLash is easy to use and can be applied just like a liquid eyeliner. Your eyelashes will start to become thicker, and you will see the results in four to six weeks. Unlike LATISSE, no prescription is required, and it will not cause any kind of irritation to your eyes. You can even combine its usage with eyelash extensions for the best results.best place to buy latisse online is a once-a-day treatment used to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker.?It works to make the lash growth phase last longer while it also stimulates the amount of eyelashes that grow.where can i buy latisse cheap?It is applied along the upper eyelids like eyeliner every evening initially.Our team personally trialed a wide range of lash serums for 12 weeks.Latisse was the best?product to?deliver?on the 3 key areas;length, darkness, thickness.

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