Latisse Alternatives for the Eyebrows?

Can Latisse be used on brows with same results? Are there similar products on the market doing same thing w/o prescription?

Doctor Answers 4

Latisse works on eyebrows

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I have had patients use Latisse off-label on the eyebrows with good results.

Topical minoxidil works by lengthening the anagen phase (the growing period) of hair, so it theoretically might work. 

I have had no experience with it, however.

San Antonio Dermatologist

Latisse for eyebrows

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Latisse is only FDA approved for the eyelashes, however there are reports that it can achieve an improvement for brows as well. I am unaware of any non-prescription product that can achieve the same results as Latisse. However, before you use the Latisse on your eyebrows, please speak to your prescribing doctor, as this is an off-label use.

Latisse Can be Used For Eyebrows

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Many of my patients have successfully used Latisse to enhance the growth of their eyebrows. I have not heard of any other products on the market, prescription or otherwise, that have been shown to grow eyebrow hair.


Mitchell Schwartz, MD
South Burlington Dermatologic Surgeon
4.4 out of 5 stars 13 reviews

Latisse and eyebrows

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Some of my patients are using Latisse to grow their eyebrow hairs and it does work.  This is an off-label use with very little risk of side effects.  I have not heard of any from eyebrow use. 

Janet M. Neigel, MD
Florham Park Oculoplastic Surgeon
4.6 out of 5 stars 21 reviews

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