LATISSE® is the first prescription product to treat inadequate lashes—it’s believed to prolong the active eyelash growth phase. It’s clinically proven to deliver lashes that are fuller, longer, and darker at 16 weeks.
Does LATISSE replace by mascara?
You will apply LATISSE once-a-day yourself each evening to the base of the upper eyelashes. Simply follow the basic guidelines in the product and your results will com gradually over time. We recommend that you take a "before" photograph of yourself prior to beginning your LATISSE treatments. Most patients begin to see results in about four weeks. Taking additional photographs about every four weeks will help you see the full effect of your eyelash transformation.
No, LATISSE does not replace your mascara. However, mascara is a great complement to LATISSE to help make your new longer eyelashes look even longer.
What will happen to my eyelashes if I stop using LATISSE?
Your eyelashes will return to their previous appearance over several weeks if you stop using LATISSE.
What are the possible side effects of LATISSE?
Some patients have reported that after using LATISSE solution they experienced an itching sensation in the eyes and/or eye redness. Other cause other less common side effects on the skin close to where LATISSE is applied include skin darkening, eye irritation, dryness of the eyes and redness of the eyelids.
Patients using a similar drug, placed directly into the eye, to treat elevated intraocular pressure/glaucoma have experienced a change in the color of their iris pigment. However, patients using LATISSE have not reported any iris pigment changes.
Could LATISSE cause the color of my eyes to change?
Is LATISSE safe?
The FDA reviewed the LATISSE clinical study and found the product to be safe and effective for its intended use if used as prescribed.
What is Latisse?
LATISSE is the first solution approved by the FDA and prescribed by our physician to treat hypotichosis and grow eyelashes making them longer, thicker, and darker.
How do I receive LATISSE treatments?