Those suffering from deficient eyelashes don’t need to rely on heavy globs of mascara or eyelash curlers any longer! Latisse® is the answer – the first and only FDA-approved prescription treatment for sparse or insufficient lashes! With daily treatment of Latisse® over a 16 week period, your eyelashes can grow thicker, fuller, and longer than you ever thought possible!
Latisse® not only increases the length of each eyelash, but also increases the number of overall eyelash hairs. Although individual results may vary, a clinical trial of Latisse® resulted in 106% fuller lashes, 25% longer lashes, and 18% darker lashes on average for patients after only 16 weeks of treatment! Results can be seen in as little as 8 weeks.
Skin Medics® Medical Spa is proud to offer this cutting-edge product for their patients. Schedule a consultation to see if Latisse® is the solution for you, and you could be one step closer to having the dark, luscious lashes you’ve always dreamed of!
How soon will I see results from Latisse® eyelash treatment?
Latisse® results may vary from patient-to-patient as eyelash growth from Latisse® treatment occurs gradually. With proper application, results may show in as little as eight weeks and full results may be visible in about four months.
Can men use Latisse® for their eyelashes?
Yes, men and women both may benefit from the growth factors of Latisse®. Any patient who wishes to address the length, thickness or darkness of their eyelashes may be a good candidate for Latisse® treatment. A consultation with the board-certified dermatologists of Dermatology Associates of Atlanta will help you determine if you are a good candidate for Latisse® and create the best treatment plan for your aesthetic goals.
Can I use Latisse® eyelash treatment if I wear contact lenses?
Yes. It is advised that patients that wear contact lenses remove them prior to applying Latisse® treatment to their eyelashes. After Latisse® has been applied, it is imperative that patients wait at least 15 minutes before putting contact lenses back into their eyes to avoid irritation.