Latisse Vs LiLash?
- Asked by rolex in fl
- 3 years ago
What are the differences between Latisse and LiLash? Which is better?
Latisse is medically approved
Only Latisse is medically approved to lengthen and darken and thicken lashes.
There are many imitations and claims; it is buyer beware.
Dicuss this with your doctor. He /she will give you a good advice.
Latisse vs. other eyelash enhancers
Lilash and most other Latisse competitors have had to remove the active ingredients that mimic the prostaglandin analog in Latisse. So most, if not all, of them no longer have any ingredient known to enhance eyelash growth. Latisse is the only FDA approved and clinically proven medication to grow longer, fuller lashes. I've written a breakdown of the available products today and where they stand on active ingredients, linked to below.
Latisse vs LiLash
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 LiLash it says it contains "Purified water, Panthenol, Lupinus Albus Seed Extract, Prunus Amygdalus Seed Extract, Silica, Glycerin, Coloidal Silver, Phenoxyethanol, Chlorphenesin, 9 Alpha, 11 Alpha, 15S-trihydroxy-17-Phenyl 18, 19, 20-Trinorprosta-5Z, 13E-Diene-1-oic acid, Isopropyl Ester, Hydroxyethylcellulose." Do any of these ingredients sound like they have scientific proof or are simply unproven claims? Unfortunately, the FDA has little control over these companies and their claims.
LiLash not the same as FDA approved Latisse
Latisse is a clinically studied and proven product approved by the FDA. Any product that has true medical RX-controlled ingredients must have this safety study and Latisse has passed that rigorous investigation and study requirement.
In 2008, the FDA Dermatologic and Ophthalmic Drugs Advisory Committee voted to approve bimatoprost for the cosmetic use of darkening and lengthening eyelashes
Latisse contains FDA approved Bimatoprost. Bimatoprost (patented by Allergan) prolongs the growth cycle of hair and does so with the most safety.
Any product with true prescription ingredients requires a doctor's prescription. And for good reason. There are certain eye conditions that would prohibit the use of hair growth stimulators and unless these conditions are ruled out, you could be playing dangerously with your eye health.
Results aside, you would be wise to stick with FDA approved products when applying any product with medically active ingredients to your eye area.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.