Location: la la land, CA
Member since 5/1/2010


  • 10 total posts
  • 1 review
  • 4 questions

Reviews & Stories

Thanx to All MDs . . . - Riverside, CA

Thanks to all the MDs who answered my questions and concerns about Latisse, but especially thanx to Janet M. Neigel, MD. The question about Latisse and the estrogen blocker was my main concern. All of your answers were most helpful. The left lid now, has more eyelash hairs, than the right, but I'll just have to be patient as you've suggested. Thanx again! Here's the update on my... READ MORE

Questions from Pelusa

Can Estrogen Blocker Affect Latisse Results?

I've been using Latisse for a month now . . . and I'm not noticing any drastic improvement on my eyelashes, except for one or two lash hairs, that are longer than the rest. I'm... READ MORE

Can You Get Legitimate Latisse Online?

I just posted about Latisse and in doing so, I noticed the links above this website advertising Latisse and being able to buy it online. Is this legitimate and is it the... READ MORE

How Long Does It Take to See Latisse Results?

So, can anyone tell me how long it takes for one to start noticing the effects of Latisse? I'm starting on the 5th week and except for one or two long eyelash hairs, on the... READ MORE

Acupuncture for Facial Rejuvenation

I recently found an acupuncture center that does facial rejuvenation, which is done in 12 sessions. I'm a little skeptical. My question; does it do any good? And how long... READ MORE

Recent comments from Pelusa

After five years, I've stopped using Latisse. I didn't see that great of a difference in the last growth. So I considered it to be a waste of time and money. I'm on to trying homemade concoctions instead. READ COMMENT

I'd be afraid too. You never know what a medication that is not prescribed could have in it. I would NEVER buy a substitute for Latisse. READ COMMENT

Don't be surprised, but from what some of the MDs here have told me, it can take a good 8 to 16 weeks, before you see the results. READ COMMENT

Couple of things here. The drug company that manufactures Latisse could be making the brushes intentionally thick, so you have to buy Latisse more often. Two, you can take the brushes and cut around the base with a sterilized exacto... READ COMMENT