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1 Latisse or Minoxidil for regrowing brows? on Thu Jul 08, 2010 5:29 pm

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I have heard of people seeing good results from using Latisse on the lashes, but what about the brows? Since your eyebrows frame your face I think it's very important feature, however, I have gaps in my eyebrows I would love to fill-in. I was searching for results using Minoxidil (yeah the stuff men use for baldness) and believe it or not I've seen so many articles stating that 5% extra strength minoxidil was good for regrowing brows on women. Now keep in mind the recommendations mostly stated that the women's version (2 or 3% I believe) wouldn't work. I'm a little scared of trying it. So I'm wondering if any Latisse users out there have tried it on their brows and what were the results?

2 Re: Latisse or Minoxidil for regrowing brows? on Thu Jul 08, 2010 5:58 pm

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Oh yes, it definitely also works for the brows. For me the thing is is that my lashes natually are kind of long, but not as long as I like. But, my eye brows are quite thin and wish I had the gene passed down from my mom who has very thick brows in which she trims. The generic latisse I noticed growth on my brows after my 1st month and hairs growing where I had applied that never grew hair there before.


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3 Re: Latisse or Minoxidil for regrowing brows? on Thu Jul 08, 2010 6:02 pm

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Towards the end of last december I nolonger had to use an eyebrow pencil there. But, I have been taking a break for now, so I nolonger have my results. But, it is something I'll try again if not with generic latisse, it'll be with another generic brand so that I can compare results.


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4 Re: Latisse or Minoxidil for regrowing brows? on Fri Jul 09, 2010 6:46 am

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I also saw growth on my eyebrows using the latisse, so it may definitely be worth a try for you if you are looking to grow your brows. Let us know if you decide to try it out and how it goes.

5 Re: Latisse or Minoxidil for regrowing brows? on Thu Jul 22, 2010 7:14 pm

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Well, I'm glad to hear Latisse works for the brows. I was feeling uneasy about putting Minoxidil anywhere near my face - at least Latisse is meant to be near the eye area. I saw Latisse very economically priced at ADC. The only thing I'm not clear on is if you stop using Latisse your results aren't permanent? All the new brow/lash growth stops completely?

6 Re: Latisse or Minoxidil for regrowing brows? on Sat Jul 24, 2010 1:36 pm

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Yes I am afraid that once the application is stoppped, after a while the results achieved may fade and you wll revert back to your normal growth pattern.

7 Re: Latisse or Minoxidil for regrowing brows? on Sun Oct 23, 2011 8:22 am

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I can recommend a reputable pharmacy (Latisse, Lumigan - 1 bottle = 50$) canadian-medshop.com/item.php?id=7304&aid=9210 Good price and quality.

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