Medical Way of Growing Thicker and Fuller Eyelashes

Every medication has the potential of causing side-effects. Not everyone who uses a medication will have any or all of the side-effects discovered in clinical trials or later on. Some side-effects are rarer, and some happen to almost everyone that uses a medication. When we think about them, we think about only the potential bad ones. However, there can be some good ones too. Some are benign and neither harm nor help. Some create a new class of use for a drug. For example, generic Latisse is bimatoprost, and it is used to treat glaucoma. The neat thing is that people who use it seem to grow longer and thicker eyelashes. It is a side-effect, and the only time it might be a problem is if you already had thick eyelashes and a lot of them.

Many women would like to have longer, thicker, fuller and more lush eyelashes. Generic Latisse can make it happen. The key in using it is to ask your eye doctor if it is okay for you to try and let him or her know how long you intend on using it. If they see no harm in using it for your particular eye health, then giving it a try to grow bigger and better eyelashes might give you the look you want. Make sure you buy the preparation from a trusted manufacturer, because any drops you put into your eye need to be sterile. This is why you never reuse an applicator. That is where the risk of infection comes from. Do not take a chance and reuse any applicator of the product. You want a sterile application each time.

It is possible to have better-looking eyelashes without using fake ones that are blatantly obvious. Now there is a preparation you can apply that can make your eyelashes grow in thicker and fuller than ever before.