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Latisse Eyelash Lengthener

Disclaimer: Results may vary patient to patient. There is no guarantee that any specific result can be achieved. Results may not be permanent.
Latisse Eyelash LengthenerLatisse Eyelash Lengthener

Disclaimer: Results may vary patient to patient. There is no guarantee that any specific result can be achieved. Results may not be permanent.

What is Latisse?

LATISSE® is indicated to treat hypotrichosis of the eyelashes by increasing their growth, including length, thickness, and darkness. Latisse is classified as a prostaglandin analog. It’s chemical name is bimatoprost. Do you want long beautiful eye lashes? Latisse can help. Call 973-763-7546 for a consultation to see if Latisse® is right for you.

What is hypotrichosis of the eyelashes?

Hypotrichosis is another name for having inadequate or not enough eyelashes.

How is Latisse applied?

Latisse is applied nightly to the upper eyelid margin at the base of the eyelash. it is applied using the applicators that are supplied with the product. Any excess liquid should be blotted off. A new applicator should be used for each eye and for each application. Contact lenses should be removed prior to use, and makeup should be removed. Latisse should not be applied to the lower eye lid.

What do I do if I get Latisse in my eye?

If you get Latisse in your eye, it will not harm you. Do not rinse your eye.

Will applying Latisse more often give me better results?

Do not apply Latisse more often than nightly. It will not increase growth of the lashes any further.

How long does it take to see eyelash growth with Latisse?

It takes approximately 2 months to begin to see results from Latisse application.

Is the eyelash growth from Latisse permanant?

The effects of Latisse on eyelash growth is not permanent. You can expect eyelashes to gradually return to their baseline level when Latisse is discontinued.

Does Latisse have side-effects?

Latisse is generally well-tolerated. The most common adverse reactions are eye itching (pruritus), conjunctival hyperemia (redness) and skin hyperpigmentation. Pigmentation of the iris may occur, and this is likely to be permanent if it happens. (Iris pigmentation was seen when bimatoprost solution was administered directly to the eye.) Hair growth outside the treatment area can occur, and you should be sure to blot off excess liquid.

Read the full Latisse prescribing information before using.

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**Results may vary patient to patient. There is no guarantee that any specific result can be achieved.
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