Dr Julia Sen, Consultant Ophthalmic Plastic, Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgeon
    Dr Julia Sen, Consultant Ophthalmic Plastic, Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgeon

      **Bimatoprost – Product Page**

      Lash-drop-bottle

      Bimatoprost

      £49 for 3ml
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      Medical History

      Have you ever suffered from:
      Bimatoprost is a prescription only medication which promotes eyelash growth and thickening (hypertrichosis). As an Ophthalmologist I have been prescribing prostaglandin eye drops of this kind for over 20 years for its licenced use in my glaucoma and ocular hypertension patients.

      The effect on the eyelash growth is well documented and the long history of use of Bimatoprost means that its safety record is well established as are the potential side effects.

      Apply to the lash roots using the fine-tipped brush provided once daily following thorough cleansing of lashes and removal of contact lenses (if worn).

      You should start noticing the results within a few weeks. Similar results can also be achieved on eyebrow hair.

      Side effects are uncommon and most are reversible following discontinuation:
      Allergic reaction (redness, itchiness of eye or eyelid skin)
      Darkening of the iris (eye colour) - mainly applies to hazel and brown eyes
      Darkening of eyelid skin
      Redness of eyelid skin/eye
      Tightening of the skin of eyelids
      Blurred vision
      Dry eye

      Rare side effects
      Eye inflammation
      Rash
      Dizziness
      Shortness of breath
      Headache