Latisse (Bimatoprost) from Maple Leaf Medications.

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Formulation : Ophalthalmic Solution
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What is Latisse used for? 

Latisse, with the generic name bimatoprost, is an ophthalmic solution used to treat hypotrichosis of the eyelashes. It increases their growth, including thickness, length, and darkness. This is also used to treat glaucoma.

This is available in Latisse 0.03% in 3 mL and 5 mL bottles.

How does Latisse work? 

The exact mechanism of this structural prostaglandin analog is not fully known. However, this medication is believed to prolong the active growth phase, known as the anagen phase. This increases the percentage of hair growth.

How to use Latisse?

To start, read the medication information leaflet with this prescription medication. Do not use this type of drug if you have not yet fully understood all the drug information and precautions in the guide. You should ask your doctor or pharmacist if you have inquiries regarding this eyelash serum or need additional medical advice.

Always wash your hands properly before applying this drug to avoid infection. Remove any makeup or contact lenses. Then, place one drop of solution into the applicator. Gently draw the applicator along the skin of the upper eyelid margin at the bottom of your eyelash, from the inner part to the outer part of your lash line. Discard the applicator and apply the solution to the other eyelid using a new applicator. This medication should not be applied to the lower eyelids.

Remember to use this medication exactly as prescribed. Do not alter your dosage or frequency as it is based on the assessment done by your doctor. In addition, you must not stop using this drug abruptly unless advised. Once you stop using Latisse eyelash serum, the appearance of your lashes will go back to how it was prior to treatment.

Side Effects of Latisse 

-Eyelid redness 

-Mild eye redness 

-Dryness in the area 

-Minor itching or discomfort

For the most part, the side effects caused by this prescription medication are mild and will go away after a few days. Should the adverse reactions not improve or become worse, you should speak with your doctor or any healthcare professional. These are also severe side effects that you need to report to your doctor if you experience them. 

-Eye discoloration 

-Eyelid changes 

-Eye pain 

-Swelling of the eye 

-Unusual eye discharge 

-Vision changes

This is not a full or complete list of Latisse side effects.

Precautions when using Latisse 

Before you begin using this eye solution, you must disclose your full medical history to your physician, including macular edema, glaucoma, uveitis, iritis, and aphakia. Your body’s response to medication may be significantly affected by certain diseases or disorders. Moreover, you should discuss all prescription drugs, nonprescription drugs, supplements, and herbal products you are taking because of possible drug interactions.

Avoid using this prescription drug if you have a known allergy to bimatoprost, latanoprost, travoprost, benzalkonium chloride, or any inactive ingredients the solution may contain, so make sure to watch for any allergic reaction while on this treatment. If you experience signs of severe hypersensitivities, such as breathing difficulty, severe dizziness, swelling of the face and neck, hives/itchiness, and skin rashes, discontinue use and alert your local medical emergency line.

It is still unknown whether this prescription medication could cause danger to unborn babies and breast-fed infants. Thus, pregnant and nursing mothers should use this medication only if clearly needed.

How much does Latisse cost in Canada? 

This ophthalmic medication can be really expensive. You may check our full list of prices at the top of this page to see how much cheaper we are than other pharmacies.

Frequently Asked Questions 

Does Latisse work permanently? 

No, this ophthalmic solution does not work permanently. But, its effects can be long-lasting. Once you stop using this solution, your eyelash will return to how it previously was.

Should I remove my contact lens when applying Latisse? 

Yes, you must remove your contact lenses before using this eyelash serum. This solution contains benzalkonium chloride, which may cause discoloration in your contact lenses.

Does Latisse turn brown eyes to blue? 

No, this eye medication will not change your eye color. If you notice any eye discoloration, especially around your iris, you must report it immediately to your healthcare provider.

How long should I use Latisse? 

You may use this ophthalmic serum for as long as it is prescribed. Most people use it for a long time with no adverse effects.

Should I wash my eyes if I accidentally applied Latisse on them? 

If the solution accidentally gets in the eye, there is no need to wash it. It is unlikely to cause any harm once it gets into the eyes, as this medication is also used to treat glaucoma.

Where can I buy Latisse? 

You can purchase Latisse online from our pharmacy. You must provide a valid prescription from your physician when purchasing this solution. This is not available over the counter.  





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Other Names:

Lashisma Solution, Latisse



Quantities Available:

3mL, 5mL, 6mL, 18mL


Ophalthalmic Solution

Maple Leaf Medications has provided information from third parties intended to increase awareness and does not contain all the information about Latisse (Bimatoprost). Talk to your doctor or a qualified medical practitioner for medical attention, advice, or if you have any concerns about Latisse (Bimatoprost).