Eye color changes with Latisse
Published on by Batniji Facial Plastic Surgery
I’ve heard that Latisse can change the color of your eyes. Is this true regardless of color?
When used properly, the risk of Latisse changing the color of your eye is extremely rare. In fact, the data regarding potential for eye color change is from studies of prostaglandin-type medication used directly in the eye for treatment of glaucoma. Latisse, which is a product of Allergan, is the same glaucoma medication that Allergan makes under the name Lumigan.
Again, to reiterate, Latisse is NOT to be used in the eye and, when used properly, the risk of eye color change is extremely rare.