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    Default Any one have any luck with lattise?

    I'm thinking about trying latisse (bimatoprost) for hair loss at my temples. It only comes in 3ml bottles, so I figure that's only 3 drops a day if I buy a bottle once per month. (1ml= 20 drops.) Its expensive at about $80 per bottle, but if it works I'm willing to buy it till the manufacture completes its FDA trials for a hair loss formula. I'm currently using finasteride, rogaine and nizoral. If any one can share their experience with latisse I would appreciate it. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obama2012 View Post
    I'm thinking about trying latisse (bimatoprost) for hair loss at my temples. It only comes in 3ml bottles, so I figure that's only 3 drops a day if I buy a bottle once per month. (1ml= 20 drops.) Its expensive at about $80 per bottle, but if it works I'm willing to buy it till the manufacture completes its FDA trials for a hair loss formula. I'm currently using finasteride, rogaine and nizoral. If any one can share their experience with latisse I would appreciate it. Thanks.
    those big three you're using is enough. Latisse won't make any difference

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    If any one can share their experience with latisse I would appreciate it. Thanks.
    I use Latisse for my lashes. It works great for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obama2012 View Post
    I'm thinking about trying latisse (bimatoprost) for hair loss at my temples. It only comes in 3ml bottles, so I figure that's only 3 drops a day if I buy a bottle once per month. (1ml= 20 drops.) Its expensive at about $80 per bottle, but if it works I'm willing to buy it till the manufacture completes its FDA trials for a hair loss formula. I'm currently using finasteride, rogaine and nizoral. If any one can share their experience with latisse I would appreciate it. Thanks.
    The problem with Latisse for MPB is probably the concentration. The trials that have been done so far suggest the results are modest, only about as good as minox.

    The trials that Allergan are doing now are testing higher dosages. It may be that the 0.03% solution in Latisse needs to be higher for MPB. So you can try it, but be aware that at that dosage you may just be buying an extremely expensive minox equivalent.

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