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How long does a bottle of Latisse last?

I have many, many patients on Latisse and they all love it.  It's nice not having to glop up your eyelashes with mascara every day.  Some of my patients are able to strech out a "one month" supply to three months by using a very small, fine eyeliner brush instead of the applicators provided in the package.  This, of course, could lead to contamination issues and I always tell patients that if they choose to do this, make sure they do not share their brush and clean it with very hot water prior to every use.

Seattle Plastic Surgeon
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Latisse Set should last 6 Weeks for Upper Eyelash Application

Latisse is a topical medication that is applied to the upper eyelash line once daily to promote upper eyelash growth, fullness and darkness. There are minimal side effects that relate to irritation with no documented pigment changes of the eye. If applied correctly with a thin line to the upper eyelid, the set should last about 6 weeks. It takes this long to see an effect and when you are happy with the fullness of the eyelashes you can back down to a maintenance schedule of everyother day.

I hope this helps.

Dr. Trussler

Andrew P. Trussler, MD
Austin Plastic Surgeon
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Lastisse Bottle lasts 6-8 weeks

One Latisse bottle lasts about 6-8 weeks if used once a day as instructed.  Refills would be required to maintain the length of the lashes.

Amir Moradi, MD
San Diego Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Latisse duration

Each bottle generally lasts for 60 applications or 30 days.  You use 1 application per eye per day. This makes latisse potentially very costly so a careful discussion should occur with your physician prior to using latisse.

Kris M. Reddy, MD, FACS
West Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon
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Latisse bottle lasts 1 month

Latisse comes in a 3ml bottle. There are 60 applicators with each bottle. It is advised to use one applicator per upper eyelid, which comes to a total of 30 days worth of applications. Keep in mind that it can take 2 months before you see dramatic results because Latisse only works on the eyelashes that are in their "growing" phase.

David Bogue, MD
Boca Raton Plastic Surgeon
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Latisse lasts one month

Latisse comes in a 3ml bottle with 60 applicators. This will last 30 days. You use one applicator on each eye nightly after cleaning all your make-up off each eye.

Vincent N. Zubowicz, MD
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
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Typically- 4 or 6 Weeks

One bottle of Latisse typically lasts for about 4 to 6 weeks.This 3 cc bottle comes with sixty applicators.An applicator is used for each eye each day in the initial growth phase.Once the maintenance phase is reached Latisse tends to last for even longer periods of time.

How Long Does Latisse Last?

Latisse is actually available in two different size bottles. The 0.5ml vial will last for approximately 12-16 weeks, and the 0.3 ml vial will last for 8-12 months.

Shelena Lalji, MD
Sugar Land OB/GYN
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Latisse Bottle Lasts 4-6 Weeks

A 3ml bottle of Latisse generally lasts about 30 days when used with the brushes provided when purchased. Some patients use a thin eyeliner brush that can better conserve the product and can therefore make it last about 6 weeks. The issue with using a single brush as opposed to a new brush with every application to each eye is the risk of contamination. If you decide to use a different brush and use it for both eyes, just make sure the brush is clean prior to application and between applications to each eye.

How long does Latisse last?

Although the average may be 6 to 8 weeks, every person has a routine that will affect how long it lasts. Some patients adjust their use based on the results they see, and a bottle may last longer.  It may be that your first bottle or two is a trial, and from then you can extrapolate. Do discuss this with the doctor who is prescribing the Latisse. 

Francisco Canales, MD
Santa Rosa Plastic Surgeon
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