The Eye Catcher
Posted On Nov 05, 2016
If the eyes are the windows to the soul, eyebrows are the window treatments. In response to thinning or non-existent eyebrows, which reflect advancing age, many physicians are recommending Latisse. This prescription medication, originally developed as a treatment for glaucoma, has the added benefit of making
sparse hair fuller and longer. While Latisse is FDA-approved for the treatment of hypotrichosis of the eyelashes (eyelashes that do not grow), it is also being used
successfully as an off-label indication for thinning eyebrows or spots where hair refuses to grow. Fuller brows appear in about six weeks with daily use, so you’ll be doing your best Brooke Shields in no time.