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Latisse is the brand name for the eyelash enhancing characteristics of bimatoprost 0.3mg/ml, a prostaglandin analogue and is available in the UK under the brand name, Lumigan.

Lumigan is a prescription for hypotrichosis ( inadequate or not enough lashes) making eyelashes grow longer, darker and thicker. There are several eyelash enhancement products on the market but the only one that is FDA approved and containing the active ingredient bimatoprost 0.3mg/ml is Lumigan.

This eye drop when applied to the roots of the upper lashes daily for 16 weeks doubles lash fullness.

Eyelid skin darkening may occur which is likely to be reversible. Lumigan may cause increased brown pigmentation of the coloured part of the eye which is likely to be permanent. This is a rare side effect in those with mainly brown eyes.

Hair may grow on the skin that Lumigan frequently touches.If you have eye problems you must consult your doctor before using Lumigan. Common side effects are itchy or red eyes. When Lumigan is discontinued, lashes will slowly return to their previous appearance.

Please note our costs are as follows (MyLash prices provided for comparison, as at 2022) :

 3ml bottles



1 bottle 



2 bottles 



4 bottles 



6 bottles 


Includes shipping to UK addresses and applicator brushes.  Additional postage charges may apply for sending to international addresses.


You can now order this product via the SHOP tab on our homepage.


1   Send an email to: including the following personal details:

  • Full name
  • Date of birth
  • Mobile number
  • Full postal address (for receipt of your order by recorded delivery)

2   State the number of months you wish to order (please see price list above)

3   We will email you a consent form.  Please read and agree to it and email it back to us.

  We will call you to take payment by debit/credit card.  The product will then be dispatched to you.

Please expect to receive your order within 2 to 5 business days.


Bimatoprost 0.3mg/ml is an eye drop used for the treatment of glaucoma. A well known side-effect of this drug is that it results in the eyelashes growing longer, darker and thicker. It is licensed in the USA for this use. It is recommended that one drop is applied to the roots of the upper eyelashes on each side, once at night using the applicator brushes supplied. Therefore only two drops in total should be used per day and the drops should be applied to the skin and not dropped into the eye.

It may take up to 4 weeks to see a noticeable difference in the length, darkness and thickness of the lashes. It may take up to four months continuous use to reach maximum eyelash length.

If you have an eye condition such as glaucomamacular oedema or eye inflammation, or if you have questions about Latisse’s effects on your eye health, please discuss this with your ophthalmologist.

 Common side-effects

Mild irritation of the eyelids may occur causing redness and itching. These symptoms commonly wear off but some clients will need to discontinue using this product if they persist.

Some darkening of the skin of the eyelids where the product is applied is not uncommon. This is reported to reverse over time.

Less common side-effects

Rarely, the colour of the iris may darken (particularly in those with hazel eyes). This may not reverse. Shrinkage of the fat cells in the tissues around the eyes might result in a slightly hollowed look in susceptible clients. This has been reported in clients using these drops in the eye for the treatment of glaucoma. It is not known if this side-effect occurs in those using drops on the eyelid skin for purposes of eyelash enhancement. Conversely, this side-effect can improve the appearance of those with puffiness around the eyes where there is excess periorbital fat. This side-effect is reported to usually reverse within weeks of discontinuing the use of this product.

Instructions for use

This product should be applied at night only, after make-up is removed. 

Squeeze one drop onto an applicator brush and apply to the roots of the upper eyelashes as if you were applying liquid eyeliner.  

Then repeat with one drop to the other side. 

Replace the lid/cap to the product bottle/vial. 

Replace/wash applicator brushes after use.

Although no studies have confirmed harm in pregnancy,  we would advise against its use in pregnant and breastfeeding women 


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