Latisse is a prescription treatment for hypotrichosis, a condition that results in inadequate or sparse lashes. This nonsurgical treatment helps the eyelashes to grow longer, fuller and darker. Consultation is required before purchase of this treatment product.
Benefits of Latisse:
Latisse is the only prescription treatment approved by the FDA for hypotrichosis. This product works to prolong the growth phase of eyelashes by increasing the amount of hairs and the duration of their growth.
From this process, ashes can grow thicker, longer and darker.
Within 6-8 weeks lashes get fuller, darker and longer
When used regularly, eyelashes will retain their growth as long as the product is used
Application takes only moments each day and is easy to apply
Shown to be safe for individuals with specific allergies or those with sensitive eyes
How Does Latisse Work?
People who would like to improve the natural quality and length of their lashes may benefit from this product. Latisse is a once a day treatment to be applied to the eyelashes. It is applied topically to the base of the upper eyelashes. However, a consultation with a doctor is needed before the purchase of this treatment. A doctor can show you how to apply your product, how often, and how long you can expect to wait before you see results. Patients can typically expect to see results from this treatment at 4 weeks, with full results at 16 weeks.
Many men and women can suffer from eyelash loss over the years, whether it be due to age, hormonal changes or pregnancy. With regular application of this treatment, you can expect to see youthful looking eyes and enhance your natural beauty with long, dark and full eyelashes. This treatment is not permanent, and lashes will revert back to their original state over time when the product is not applied. Possible side effects may include red or itchy eyes and darkening of the eyelid skin.
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