Latisse has been available for use in Canada for over 5 years. Although not classified as a prescription the sale of Latisse is restricted.
Latisse is only available through an approved physicians office.
Latisse is safe to use for most, however there are those for whom it is not recommended.
Anyone who is allergic to its active ingredient Bimatoprost or its inactive ingredients –sodium chloride, benzalkonium chloride, sodium phosphate, dibasic or citric acid should not use Latisse.
If you are taking medications for eye pressure such as Prostaglandin, Lumigan, Xalatan or Travatan, using Latisse is not recommended.
People with glaucoma or have had glaucoma in the past, as well as those who have problems with intra-ocular pressure should not use Latisse.
Latisse should not be used if you are pregnant or are nursing.
It is recommended that you tell your optometrist or ophthalmologist prior to conducting an eye pressure test that you are using Latisse.
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