Medicine Cures Sparse Brows

Written by Bryce

Medicine finally cures the chola brow.

Thick, well-tamed brows are the cornerstone to any perfect face.  Gorgeous brows and arches have the ability to make you seem well-rested (even when you’re not), younger, and facial symmetry is one of the first steps to being considered sexually attractive by the opposite sex. So what do you do when your brows are sparse from over-plucking, bad waxing experiences, or just unfortunate genetics?

A new study just confimed that Latisse, the once-daily prescription treatment that we’re all familiar with for eyelashes, can now be used on our brows to grow longer, thicker, and darker.  LATISSEâ„¢ users can expect to experience longer, fuller and darker eyebrows in as little as eight weeks, with full results in 16 weeks.

“As an ophthalmologist and oculofacial plastic surgeon whose practice focuses on the eyes, I had seen the benefits of LATISSE’s active ingredient, bimatoprost, in as early as 2001.  Bimatoprost is a medication used to lower eye pressure in people with glaucoma. Patients treated with bimatoprost for this specific eye condition experienced eyelash growth as a side effect,” explains Dr. Joseph Eviatar.  “We now see that bimatiprost appears to have the same positive effect on the eyebrows, but a larger study could be needed to see what amount of growth can be expected.”

Now, if Dr. Eviatar would just write this girl a prescription…

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Bryce Gruber is a Manhattanite mom who can be found jet-setting off to every corner of the globe. She loves exotic places, planes with WiFi, summer clothes, & Sucre brown butter truffles. Bryce's aim is to do to luxury what Elton John did to being gay. Follow her on twitter @brycegruber

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