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Latisse®
Latisse®
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Latisse®

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5mL / $200

*Lattise® is dispensed only at a physician’s office. Call to speak with one of our skin care consultants to determine if Latisse® is right for you.*

Results

A study of 281 females using Latisse® revealed that the following changes to eyelashes from baseline in 16 weeks:

  • Fullness increased to 106%
  • Length increased by 25%
  • Darkness increased by 18%

How long does a 5ml bottle of Latisse® last?

One 5 ml bottle of Latisse® lasts approximately 16 weeks or 4 months months with daily application during the initiation phase, and 6 months with every other day use during the maintenance phase. You will see results in 8 to 10 weeks: increased length, fullness and darkness of your lashes. By 16 weeks, you will be enjoying the full effects of Latisse®.

If you want your lashes to go back to their previous length and fullness, just discontinue the Latisse® and your lashes will return to their previous appearance in approximately 16 weeks.

Side Effects

Although side effects are rare, they may occur if Latisse® comes in contact with your eyes and can usually be avoided with careful application. When applied properly, 95% of Latisse® will stay on your eyelid and only 5% will come into contact with your eye. Only 4% of Latisse® users experience a side effect. Latisse® should not be applied to the lower eye lid.

Common Side Effects

  • Itchy eyes
  • Eye redness
  • Eye dryness

Uncommon Side Effects

Darkening eyelid skin at the lash-line.  This effect may be reversible when Latisse® is discontinued. Hair may grow in other areas where Latisse® comes into repeated contact. This effect is reversible when Latisse® is discontinued. In theory, iris eye colour could darken (eg. turning blue eyes brown) however this has never been reported when Latisse® is applied to an eyelid. This effect is only a risk when bimatoprost is applied directly to an eye as an eye drop for an extended period of time. This effect is not reversible when Latisse® is discontinued.

Latisse® should not be used if you:

  • are pregnant or breast feeding
  • are prescribed a prostaglandin analog eye drop for glaucoma
  • have an eye infection
  • are having eye surgery
  • have an allergic response to Latisse®
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