What are the pros and cons on using latisse on eyebrows. Do they stay full and thick after you stop using latisse.

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Latisse has only been approved for use on eyelashes, not yet approved for eyebrows.

Latisse has only been approved for use on eyelashes, not yet approved for eyebrows.

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Toronto Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 457 reviews

Latisse on Eyebrows

Thank you for your question. Latisse is not FDA approved for use on the eyebrows, however I have had patients who have tried it and been very happy with the results. Just like with the lashes, if you discontinue the use of the product your results will stop. Latisse will only work on activily growing hair follicles so if you have damaged your eyebrows to extensively it may not help.

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Pablo Prichard

Pablo Prichard, MD
Phoenix Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 47 reviews

Using Latisse on the eyebrows

Latisse isn't FDA approved for eyebrows, but there are a lot of products that we used in other areas than they were originally FDA approved for. In order for Latisse to work, there needs to be active hair follicles there. So if you have injured your eyebrow hairs to the point where the follicle is damaged, Latisse will not work. Just like lashes, eyebrows will stop growing if you stop using the Latisse.

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F. Victor Rueckl, MD
Las Vegas Dermatologist
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Latisse is usually suggested for eyelash enhancement. You have nothing to lose by trying it on your eyebrows. We often suggest that and it works as long as you have brow hair to work with. If you have no eyebrow hair follicles, it will not create new ones. Yes, you have to contuinue to use it.

David A. Bray, Sr., MD
Los Angeles Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.4 out of 5 stars 7 reviews

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