LATISSE® – You Can’t Reverse Time, But You Can Grow Lashes In 16 Weeks

By Kaleigh Samala

Are your lashes changing as you get older?

Ask yourself…
Have my lashes lost their fullness?
Do my lashes appear shorter?
Are my lashes lighter in color?
Do I have inadequate lashes?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you’re not alone.

There’s been a growing interest in LATISSE® ever since it was introduced. And it’s no wonder. LATISSE is the first and only FDA-approved prescription treatment (since 2008) for inadequate or not enough eyelashes to grow them longer, fuller and darker.

I always remind everyone considering LATISSE that it’s a once-nightly treatment you apply topically to the base of your upper eyelashes. Then gradually, your results begin to appear, with many clients sharing that they began seeing more length in as little as 4 weeks. Typically, the full growth period for optimal results is 16 weeks.

How Does It Work?
LATISSE makes lash growth possible because of its active ingredient, bimatoprost, which helps aide lash growth throughout their typical 4-phase growth cycle. These four phases include: the anagen phase, the catagen phase, the telogen phase, and the exogen phase. The anagen phase is the active growth phase, and the great news is LATISSE is believed to prolong this phase.

LATISSE is also a prescription treatment for hypotrichosis, inadequate or not enough lashes, and specifically designed to grow eyelashes longer, fuller and darker.

LATISSE is available by prescription only. For more information and to see if LATISSE is right for you, call (850) 733-5180.

A Special Offer for Our Loyal Blog Followers:

Just mention this blog post, and you’ll receive 20%* off any LATISSE treatment you schedule and pay for between the posting date of this blog and Wednesday, March 14th

* This discount is only available on LATISSE at offices where the treatment is currently offered and for the stated time period above. Substitutions are not permitted, and no rain checks or postponements can be offered. Prepaid treatment/services must be scheduled and used prior to December 31, 2018.

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