I am back again to share my little secret with you. I guess most of you have heard of Latisse before, but kept wondering whether this little expensive bottle of serum works. Today I am going to tell you what my experience is with this little bottle of magic.
First of all, I am using Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution (also known as Careprost and Lumigan). This Bimatoprost is has exactly the same ingredients as Latisse. I have read online that Bimatoprost is originally to control the progression of Glaucoma. Research has shown that 99% of users of these eye drops had quite some side effects. The most obvious side effect is growing eyelashes on the users.
I am aware of the fact that it sounds too good to be true, but what if it was true. What if there is a magic liquid that could leads to lash grow?
I have always wanted to have longer lashes. My lashes are extremely okay for an Asian girl. I had quite long lashes and they were full as well, but there is always room for improvement right? Therefore, I decided to get myself a bottle of the original version of Latisse to give it a try.
There is nothing special of this bottle because it is actually medicine, so I did not expect anything else. It looks like any other bottle of eye drops that you can get at the pharmacy.
I have been using it for 4-5 months now and you can see the results on the pictures clearly.
(Don't wear any contacts while applying.!)
Every night after washing the face, removing all the makeup and applying all the skincare.
(After your complete skincare routine)
*Pour just one drop on the cap of the bottle.
(You can store exactly one drop on it.)
*Use a clean disposable brush to dip in the liquid drop.
(Remember to use disposable brushes for hygiene.. You don't want to have your eyes or eyelids infected!)
*Apply on the upper eyelid on the eyelid roots
Bimatoprost works amazing on me, as you can see on the pictures. It really works! I have longer and fuller eyelashes because of this magic bottle. I highly recommend this product to everyone.
Thanks for reading !