Eyelash Growth Serum
Achieve fuller, longer, and thicker lashes without extensions or mascara
Latisse is a product approved by Health Canada for enhancing eyelash growth. It contains a compound called bimatoprost which extends the growth phase of hair while also increasing the percentage of hair in the active growth phase. Scientific studies demonstrate that eyelashes become longer and thicker when it is applied on the upper lid lash line nightly.
As Latisse is a medical product, a consultation with one of our physicians is required.
How Do I Use Latisse?
- Before applying, wash and dry your face thoroughly
- Hold the applicator horizontally and place a drop of Latisse on the base of the applicator brush. Be careful not to touch the applicator brush when removing it from its sterile packaging.
- From the inside to outside of the upper lid lash line, brush the applicator along the skin where the lashes meet the eyelid. Do not apply to the lower lash line. Dispose of the applicator.
- Repeat on the opposite upper eyelid with a new applicator
- Blot excess liquid beyond the lash line with tissue
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some common questions from our clients, if you have any other questions, please fill out the form below or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although you will notice fuller and longer lashes within the first month, it takes 16 weeks to experience full results. Daily application of Latisse will allow you to achieve the look you have always wanted without eyelash extensions or mascara.
It costs $200 for a 5mL bottle of Latisse. With nightly use, this can last up to 70 days.
Yes! Just ensure the mascara has been removed before applying Latisse at night.
When you stop using Latisse, your eyelash growth will revert to its natural growth cycle.
It is recommended that you remove your contacts while using Latisse. It is recommended Latisse is used at night after contact removal. However, contacts can be put in 15 minutes after Latisse application.
Consultation with one of our physicians is required to determine if Latisse is the right fit for you. Some people using Latisse can experience an allergy, dry eye, increased brown iris pigmentation, and pigmentation in areas around the lashes. Using Latisse carefully with the steps detailed above can help to decrease the chances of pigmentation but is not guaranteed. Possible side effects will be further explained during your MD consultation.
Bimatoprost is a medication used to lower the eye's pressure. Longer and thicker eyelashes unintentionally occurred in patients using bimatoprost for conditions such as glaucoma.
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