they don’t state their source but it is an interesting development:
» they don’t state their source but it is an interesting development:
Well, it is just common sense that there would be doctors using latisse to try to grow hair on scalps. If you think of success as a high percentage of patients getting back a lot of hair then latisse a high success rate on eyelashes so if they can get the same high success rate with scalp hair then it would be a lot better than minoxidil because minoxidil has a low success rate on the scalp.
That aside, the first thing to understand is that the active ingredient in latisse is bimatoprost. We need doctors, and pharmacists, to be getting pure bulk bimatoprost and concocting formulations of bimatoprost much stronger than latisse for our scalps. Latisse is not strong enough to give us any benefit on our scalps. There is really no point in using latisse on your scalp because it’s weak dose of bimatoprost is not going to help you any greater than minoxidil will. This is why we need to have some company, or some doctor, get pure bimatoprost and make a much stronger formulation for our scalps.