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Is there an OTC version of Latisse? If so, what is it called, and is it effective?

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There are no over-the-counter versions of Latisse. There are products that call themselves eyelash conditioners, but Latisse is an FDA-approved product that contains a drug that would not be legally available in OTC products. The good news is that Latisse is eye-safe, has FDA approval, and is highly effective for growing lashes.

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