Latanoprost 0.1% may effectively treat hair loss.
Latanoprost can effectively treat eyelash hair loss, with 45% of patients showing hair regrowth and no reported side effects.
Latanoprost, a glaucoma medication, caused excessive eyelid hair growth in many patients.
Latanoprost, a glaucoma drug, showed potential for promoting hair growth in bald monkeys, especially at higher doses.
Latanoprost may cause scalp inflammation and delayed healing.
Latanoprost, a glaucoma treatment, was found ineffective in treating hair loss in eyebrows and eyelashes.
Latanoprost works better for hair growth, and combining it with betamethasone valerate is most effective.
Latanoprostene bunod effectively lowers eye pressure and is better tolerated than other glaucoma medications.
Latanoprost eye drops may cause skin depigmentation.
Latanoprost therapy potentially caused a woman's white hair to darken again.
A woman got a scalp condition from using latanoprost, but it improved after stopping the drug and starting other treatments.
Topical latanoprost and bimatoprost eye solutions don't help eyelash growth in people with alopecia areata.
Topical latanoprost doesn't effectively regrow hair in severe eyebrow alopecia areata cases.
Applying latanoprost on skin can stimulate hair growth with minimal side effects.
Topical latanoprost and bimatoprost ophthalmic solutions don't help eyelash growth in patients with alopecia areata.
Preservative-free latanoprost effectively lowers eye pressure with fewer side effects.
Method measures latanoprost and minoxidil in skin accurately and precisely.