Just because you weren't born with long, full lashes doesn't mean you can't have them. Dermacare offera Latisse, an attractive, low-maintenance alternatives to false lashes, one that look and feel natural and are eye-catchingly beautiful. Our treatments will glam up your look for a big night out, yet are practical enough to dress up your eyes every day.
Latisse, the Eyelash Enhancement
Latisse is the first FDA-approved treatment for growing longer, fuller, darker lashes. Latisse is believed to affect the growth phase of the eyelash hair cycle by increasing the length of the growth phase and increasing the number of eyelash hairs that grow. Latisse is applied to the base of the upper eyelashes every evening before bedtime. Most people will begin to notice a visible difference in 4 to 6 weeks, reaching their full potential in 16 weeks. Latisse is available only by prescription, and can be conveniently purchased at all Dermacare locations after a short consultation.
Is It Safe?
The safety and effectiveness of Latisse was shown in a clinical trial. The most common side effect after using the Latisse solution are itchy or red eyes, reported about 4% of users during the clinical trial. Our doctors are happy to provide you with additional information about the safety of Latisse when you come to the Center.
What If I Get It In My Eyes?
Latisse has not been determined to cause harm to your eyes, so there's no need to rinse it out. You should be careful to keep the tip of the bottle or the applicator from touching your fingers, objects, or surfaces in order to avoid contamination, similar to how you should handle mascara.
Can I Wear Mascara With Latisse?
You sure can. It's a great way to get the most out of your Latisse-enhanced lashes.
What If I Forget to Apply Latisse?
If you miss a day, don't try to "catch up." Instead just apply it like normal the following day. Using Latisse more than once a day will not increase the growth of your eyelashes more than daily use.
What happens when I stop using Latisse?
Your lashes will eventually return to their previous appearance over several weeks or months