This video shows some of the side effects seen with glaucoma drops like xalatan (latanaprost) and alphagan (brimonidine). As you can see here, the eyelashes can get very long and full from prostaglandin drops. You can also get increased pigmentation around the periocular skin, though this is NOT seen here.
Also, alphagan can cause an allergic reaction in some people, that occurs even after long-time use of the drop. This classically causes a bulbar follicular conjunctivitis. The best way to view these follicular bumps is using the blue light under the microscope.
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