How is Lashipix Compared to Other Eyelash Enhancers?
- Asked by vuthikimyen in Kittery ME
- 1 year ago
Comparing Other Eyelash Treatments
Thank you for your question. It is difficult to compare the different eyelash treatments because Latisse is the only FDA approved treatment out there. Latisse can only be gotten from a doctor while the others are in stores. Be careful with what you put around and on your eyes.
Web reference: http://www.poustiplasticsurgery.com/latisse.htm
Latisse is the only FDA approved eyelash treatment
Latisse is the only FDA approved eyelash treatment on the market. It's impossible to evaluate other eyelash treatments like Lashipix or Revitalash when they aren't scientifically studied or evaluated and compare them to a product like Latisse. They can make any claim they want because they aren't medically founded.
Lashipix vs Latisse
Latisse is a prescription-only solution that has been scientifically proven to stimulate the growth of eyelashes. Many studies have been done to prove its effectiveness using unbiased observers. At present, Latisse is the only FDA approved treatment for growing eyelashes. If you look at the web site for Lashipix it says "contains a variety of safe and proven ingredients which have been clinically proven to safely enhance eyelashes and eyebrows". Does this sound like scientific proof or simply unproven claims? There are NO published scientific studies showing that it is any better than placebo. Unfortunately, the FDA has little control over companies making claims such as these.
Lashipixis yet another enhancer on the market. I have not used it but, the company behind it is small and relatively unknown. Latisse ,which I do use is made by Allergan, a well recognized medical company If youi ask Google, the company gives it;s product superior reviews but, does not seem to compare itself to Latisse.
Web reference: http://wwwdrbray.com
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