LATISSE
Lengthen and Thicken Eyelashes

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 Photo credit: www.latisse.com

Photo credit: www.latisse.com

 Photo credit: www.latisse.com

Photo credit: www.latisse.com

 

What is Latisse?
Latisse is an FDA-approved ophthalmic solution used to thicken and lengthen eyelashes.

How is it used
Latisse is applied to the skin of the upper eyelid next to the eyelashes with special eyeliner applicators. It is the same solution used for years to treat glaucoma, or increased eye pressure.

How long does it take to see results?
After using Latisse nightly for 6 to 8 weeks, there should be a noticeable improvement in the length and thickness of your eyelashes. A maintenance routine using Latisse 2 or 3 times a week is recommended. If you stop using Latisse altogether your eyelashes will gradually return to their original appearance over the next 2 to 3 months. 

Are there side effects?
Very rarely. Latisse users may notice a slight darkening of the eyelid skin along the base of the eyelashes.

Minor irritation or itching of the eye or eyelid occurs in about 4% of users.

Can anyone use Latisse?
If you have glaucoma, you should check with an ophthalmologist before using Latisse. Others with highly sensitive skin may also find it irritating.

Learn more at www.latisse.com.