Longer Eyelashes with LATISSE ™ solution. Is a treatment for hypotrichosis used to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker. For most people there are significant differences seen at week-8, week-12, and week-16.

latisse longer eyelashesPrice – $ 150.00

Celebrities such as Jenny McCarthy and Mandy Moore have reportedly used Latisse for longer eyelashes, and its advertising spokespeople have included Brooke Shields and Claire Danes. Recently, Christina Hendricks, star of Mad Men, signed on to promote the product in conjunction with a charity fundraising campaign called the Latisse Wishes Challenge.

Aditional information about Latisse Longer eyelashes.

According to studies, Latisse lengthens, thickens and darkens eyelashes via a process that isn’t fully understood. Like the hair on your head, eyelashes sprout, grow for a while and eventually fall out. Latisse both extends the growth phase and increases the number of hairs that sprout.

Study participants experienced these results after 16 weeks:

  • Longer eyelashes, increased by 25 percent.
  • Thickness and fullness increased by 106 percent.
  • Eyelash darkness increased by 18 percent.

According to clinical studies conducted before FDA approval, Latisse eyelash lengthener is safe for most people.

Latisse from 0 to 16 weeks of treatments – LIV Medical Weight Loss & Aesthetics in Boynton Beach

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However, you may not be a candidate for it if you have certain eye problems (such as uveitis and conjunctivitis), risk for macular edema, severe allergies or skin infections of the upper eyelids. Pregnant women shouldn’t use it, and nursing women may want to wait as well.

Because the active ingredient in Latisse lowers intraocular pressure, if you are already using IOP-lowering medications for ocular hypertension and/or glaucoma, you must tell us before you try Latisse so we can monitor your eye pressure closely.

Most study participants had no problems if Latisse accidentally got into their eyes. But a few did experience side effects that included dry eyes and eyelid skin darkening. The side effects that occurred in the largest percentage of participants were eye redness (3.6 %) and itchiness (also 3.6 %).