Promoting natural growth of eyelashes
Latisse® is an FDA-approved topical treatment used to stimulate the growth of eyelashes in people who have naturally light or spotty lashes. Latisse is usually applied directly to the base of the eyelashes once per day.
Latisse Eyelash Treatments
Latisse is the first ever FDA approved prescription eyelash treatment for helping people who have inadequate or sparse eyelashes. It’s different from other eyelash treatments because it is prescription-strength, rather than something you can get over-the-counter.
How Does Latisse Work?
Latisse is aimse at extending the active growth phase of your eyelashes.
How Is It Used?
Latisse should be used every night using the applicators that come along with it. Ensure your face is claean and all makeup is removed as well as contact lenses.
Carefully place just one drop of Latisse on the applicatior and brush it along the skin oof the upper eyelid. Be careful to oavoid getting excessive amounts of it in the eye.
If you do end up getting it in your eye, you should not rinse the eye. Latisse is not expected to cause any damage to the eye. If you have alot of excessive product, gently blot the area with a tissue to remove the excess.
How Long Until You See Results?
Most clients using Latisse will see early results within 4-8 weeks. The most noticeable results occur around 12-16 weeks.
Consult with a doctor before using Latisse. Eyelash growth specialists in Chicago are available at Chicago Cosmetic Institute to let you know whether or not you are a good fit with Latisse.
45-year-old female client before and after an endoscopic brow lift for upper eyelids and her concerns of looking angry and tired. The “11’s” (lines between the brows) were treated with micro-fat injections.
Before & after improvement of lower droopy eyelid bags with a Juvederm injection to tear troughs. (Left View)
Before and after non-surgical forehead treatment and eyelid skin tightening with Botox and fractional CO2 laser treatment. There is improvement in the forehead lines and tightening of the upper and lower eyelid skin. For a more dramatic result, a surgical excision of the upper eyelid skin was another option.
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