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>FDA Approves Glaucoma Drug For Thickening Eye Lashes

>The FDA have approved a drug made by Allergan for use by people looking for longer eye lashes.

Latisse is the name of the drug that is currently approved by the FDA for use by glaucoma patients.

People taking the drug for glaucoma, noticed that it prompted the appearance of thicker eye lashes.

The company seeing this as a great financial possibility, applied to the FDA for approval of their drug as an eye lash enhancer.

The drug is applied once daily to the base of the upper eye lash using a disposal applicator.

If a person stops taking the drug, their eye lashes will eventually return to their regular length and thickness.

Latisse is the first prescription eye lash lengthening drug ever approved by the FDA.

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