Hello and thank you for your question. Latisse is a lash serum to promote growth and length. I have seen my patients using it for their eyebrows and have had impressive results. Results vary though, so please make sure you speak with your doctor if Latisse is the right product for you.
Latisse is not FDA approved to be used for eyebrow growth however, "Off label" it has worked for many patients in this area when applied in a similar manner. Although no drug will assist with hair growth should hair follicles be absent or damaged should fuller longer eyebrows be the goal Latisse may help.
Dr Quinton Chivers
Plastic and reconstructive surgery
Yes, Latisse also works on eyebrows. The instructions for eyelashes can be followed more or less the exact same way for brows. Talk to your doctor first to make sure this is the right option for you.
Latisse is not FDA approved to be used for eyebrow regrowth however, it has worked for many of our patients.
Larissa definitely helps grow eyebrow hairs.
However, the company which produces Latiise is forbidden by law of marketing it as such since it was not approved by the FDAfor this task. Using a drug for other indications is commonly done and is termed "off label use"
Either a Plastic Surgeon or Dermatologist can help you with this.
Peter Aldea, MD
Yes there are studies that have been completed and this is something we have done for years in my practice. We do this along with PRP and progesterone injections and often refer people for hair transplantation. Best, Dr. Emer.
Latisse is not approved for eyebrow growth but does work for many. One sign of aging is loss of temporal brow thickness and a healthy, lush brow is the look of the moment. Check with your doctor to see what's right for you.
We have had good success with both Latisse and minoxidil for eyebrows. These are off label uses so check with an expert before using.