HOW LONG DOES LATISSE WORK FOR
LATISSE WORKS FOR AS LONG AS YOU ARE USING IT PROPERLY. ALSO MAKE SURE IT IS A FRESH BOTTLE. IF THIS CONCERNS YOU JUST SPEAK WITH YOUR DOCTOR.
Latisse should continue working as long as you're applying it.
Latisse should continue working as long as you're applying it. Make sure you are using it as directed. If it still isn't working consider checking the expiry date on the bottle.
How long does Latisse work?
Thank you for your question. It is not normal for Latisse to stop working after a certain period of time. The results of Latise will last for as long as you are using the product. You could try going off of it for a few months and restarting it again.
Does Latisse stop working after 6 months?
That is not normal for Latisse to stop working after 6 months. As long as you are applying it, it will continue to help.
Hmmm, usually Latisse does not exhibit tachyphlyaxis, that is, a period of time after which the drug no longer works. I'm genuinely surprised that bimatoprost is no longer working.
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Does Latisse stop working
There are no reports that Latisse should stop working, ever. Each hair will go through its life cycle so there is a chance you had many hairs in the same cycle, so when they all fell out around the same time, now they all need to regrow again (hence they look shorter again). That's not common for cycling to happen this way, but it does happen and would be the only explanation I can think of for your situation. I have people who are on their 20th bottle of Latisse and still loving it and seeing great results.
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