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Allergan Continues Legal Sparring With Cosmetic Eyelash-Growth Brands

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Latisse marketer Allergan continues to lock horns with cosmetic firms offering non-FDA-approved, prostaglandin-based eyelash-enhancement products, pursuing injunction and damages in California court.

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