*This review for the generic of Latisse, which is Careprost*
I obtained Careprost from Alldaychemist.com...which is a legitimate website that's been well-reviewed around the internet. Keep in mind that it is still a prescription product, but you don't need a prescription to get it from that website. That is technically illegal, but I've been buying from them for three years with no scams. Shipping takes a long time (it comes from India and I believe it has to clear customs?)...I once waited over a month to get it from the time I ordered. Also, they don't take credit cards (no internet pharmacy that sells without a prescription will accept a credit card because credit card companies see them as a risk). I paid by e-check. Normally, I am very wary about sites like that but Alldaychemist is indeed legitimate and the I did get real Careprost (unless I'm really using some other dud product that happens to make my hair grow).
You have to be diligent about applying this each night before bed and don't expect immediate results. I saw growth within three weeks of nightly use.
I was using this first for my eyelashes and noticed longer, stronger, fuller lashes. However, it will inevitably get into your eyes and it DID irritate my eyes a lot (made them dry and watery). Now, I am using only using Careprost for my overplucked eyebrows. If you use them on your brows, I would advise applying it 20-30 minutes AFTER you applied your skin moisturizer. You want the moisturizer to be fully absorbed before you apply this. At first, I was just not moisturizing my brows and I didn't notice anything growth because it was just sitting on my dry skin without being absorbed. My brows grew in faster after I started moisturizing again.
Other products I've used:
Comparatively, Careprost is hands down more effective and faster with the hair growth. This is the end-all, be-all product for brow and lash growth so if you're not getting any growth with this then you probably won't get it from any product.