Latisse is an FDA approved prescription and your answer to longer, thicker eyelashes.

Whether it’s your first time or you just need a refill, LATISSE® (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03% kits are available now for purchase before the holiday rush.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the procedure safe for the skin?

LATISSE is approved by the FDA as a treatment for hypotrichosis– the lack of hair growth. It is safe to use in the eye area as it is also a treatment used to grow the lashes by prolonging the active growth phase of the hair.

What are the side effects of LATISSE treatment?

There are little to no side effects to LATISSE treatments but if you have sensitive skin, you may experience temporary itching and redness in the eye area. Other common side effects are skin darkening, irritation, and dryness.

Please avoid this procedure if you have a history of eye pressure problems, glaucoma, or if you are allergic to the ingredients. If problems occur, please discontinue using the LATISSE solution immediately and consult your doctor.

Will I be seeing results right away?

You may see some visible results gradually, but the majority of our clients see optimal results after 2 months of continuous use. The results vary in terms of hair type among many other factors.

How do I use LATISSE?

Start by washing your face and removing all makeup residue and contact lenses from your eyes. Make sure that your eye area is clean and clear from dirt. The kit comes with a tray and an applicator. Take the applicator and add a drop of the LATISSE solution to its tip.

Once the applicator is wet from the solution, apply a thin layer to the topmost part of the eyelid margin, just slightly above the lashes, by gliding the applicator across it. Remove all excess solution from the area by blotting it out.

Dispose of the used applicator and use a new sterile applicator for the opposite side to prevent possible contamination.

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