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New York Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger comments on medicinal eyelash enhancement on ABC’s Good Morning America.

Long, luscious lashes are everywhere you look these days, from the pages of glossy fashion magazines to the red carpet to reality TV.
“Eyelashes are a universal sign of beauty,” Dr. Eric Schweiger, a New York City dermatologist, told “Good Morning America.”
If Mother Nature did not bless with you with naturally long lashes, you can now get help.
“More and more people are trying to seek out ways to enhance their eyelashes,” Schweiger said.
Today, there are over-the-counter products to condition and strengthen lashes, mascaras that promise to volumize and thicken lashes, and disposable lashes that can be glued on for a bolder look. There’s even a medication.
“Latisse is a medicine you apply to the eyelash skin, and it actually increases the growth phase of the eyelashes,” Schweiger said, referring to the prescription treatment that is the first and only FDA-approved eyelash growth product.  “You get longer, fuller eyelashes.”

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