What we have here is a medical marvel. This isn't a modern day cure-all, but rather a drug with a very specific purpose--to grow eyelashes. The FDA has approved Latisse, a drug being marketed as a once-a-day med to treat those who are eyelash-challenged (i.e. not having enough length, thickness, or darkness of the eyelashes).
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Implications - Image and aesthetics are a driving force behind many medical innovations, with some less healthy than others. Though some may find plastic surgery to be the best option, the medical industry is on the constant lookout for alternatives in the form of natural enhancers or drugs, such as the eyelash enhancer by Latisse.
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