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2 February 2010, 05:34
Trials on a new drug which could mean the end of mascara are going to be carried out at six UK hospitals - including Southampton General.
Latisse can make eyelashes 25 percent longer, more than 100 percent thicker and 18 percent darker in 16 weeks.
The drug has been used as a treatment for glaucoma for some years, but one of the side effects was that patients grew longer and thicker eyelashes.
It comes in liquid form, in a mascara-type bottle, and it's applied to the eyelid every day.
However clinical trials must be completed in the UK before the makers can get a European licence.
Doctors in Southampton are looking for 18 women for their six-month trial, and the treatment will be worth £100.
If you're over 18, don't like your eyelashes, meet their other study entry requirements and want to take part - contact Catrin Watkins on 0238079 4606 or email@example.com