I Ran out of Applicators How Can I Get More?

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Applicators for Latisse

   You have to use the applicators more than once.  I am not sure why that is.  I agree that it does seem less than optimal, but reusing the applicators after cleaning is reasonable.

Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Latisse Applicators

Thank you for your question.

Unfortunately, you cannot get more applicators.  You can purchase some disposable brushes from a beauty supply store for now but in the future, you can use the brushes more than once to allow for the brushes to last.

Tom J. Pousti, MD, FACS
San Diego Plastic Surgeon
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just use them more conservatively. a single brush can go a long ways. you can use other devices to apply the medicine although you may lose some of the product that wa.

Timothy Mountcastle, MD
Ashburn Plastic Surgeon
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Latisse Applicator Brushes

Well, the long and short is, you can't. Because Latisse is a prescription it comes in a specific pack with specific directions. There are about 90 drops of Latisse in a 3ml bottle, and less applicators than that (60). Especially if you follow the one applicator per eye per night plan. I advise my patients to do it differently (because really, do you have two bottles of mascara, one for each eye??) and to use the applicators twice before disposing. And in all reality, I have some people who use only one applicator for the entire bottle. Keep the brush clean and this shouldn't be a problem. You could contact the office where you get your Rx and see if they have any extra brushes, or you can get your next Rx and conserve the brushes better! But you can't just get extra brushes. Sorry.

F. Victor Rueckl, MD
Las Vegas Dermatologist
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