Lattise Eyelash Growth Treatment

Lattise Eyelash Growth Treatment

The Latisse eyelash treatment is a topical medication applied directly to your eyelashes or eyebrows.

It helps stimulate hair growth leading to fuller, longer lashes or thicker eyebrows depending on where it is applied and desired effect. Results can be quite dramatic with daily application.

Fake eyelashes can wreak havoc on your real lashes. Latisse to the rescue. It is often used to restore and amplify what your natural lashes.

For years thin eyebrows have been the fashion.

Now, thicker, fuller brows are in. After years of plucking, many women are struggling to re-grow their natural, full, God-given eyebrows. Again, Latisse to the rescue. Although it is not FDA approved for this indication, Latisse is enjoying a resurgence in popularity for eyebrow amplification.

Latisse was initially developed as a glaucoma medication. When the participants in the initial studies started growing beautiful, long eyelashes, however, the product was quickly bought and re-marketed as a beauty product. It has been used as such since 2010 and has proven to be a very safe and effective medication.

The Latisse eyelash treatment is a topical medication applied directly to your eyelashes or eyebrows.

It helps stimulate hair growth leading to fuller, longer lashes or thicker eyebrows depending on where it is applied and desired effect. Results can be quite dramatic with daily application.

Fake eyelashes can wreak havoc on your real lashes. Latisse to the rescue. It is often used to restore and amplify what your natural lashes.

For years thin eyebrows have been the fashion.

Now, thicker, fuller brows are in. After years of plucking, many women are struggling to re-grow their natural, full, God-given eyebrows. Again, Latisse to the rescue. Although it is not FDA approved for this indication, Latisse is enjoying a resurgence in popularity for eyebrow amplification.

Latisse was initially developed as a glaucoma medication. When the participants in the initial studies started growing beautiful, long eyelashes, however, the product was quickly bought and re-marketed as a beauty product. It has been used as such since 2010 and has proven to be a very safe and effective medication.

Are there safe treatments available for thinning lashes or eyebrows?

Yes. The Food and Drug Administration approved the medication Bimatoprost, currently marketed under the name Latisse to properly treat the condition known as hypotrichosis- lack of eyelashes.

Lumigan originated as a prescription eye drop for the treatment of glaucoma. Unexpectedly, new growth of eyelashes was a side effect from the drops, which led to the development and marketing of Latisse.

Doctors began to notice their patient’s receiving the glaucoma treatments showed signs of progressive thickening of the eyelashes; they knew they were onto something fantastic for people that suffer from eyelash thinning.

Now Latisse treatments are utilized in replacing damaging products in cosmetics that offer no guarantee of success in producing eyelashes.

How do begin Latisse treatments in San Diego?

A physician prescribes Latisse and should also monitor your treatment plan once treatments start. Until your doctor knows how you will respond to the medications, it is important to follow protocol carefully.

If you are interested, we are here to answer any questions.

Make an appointment with us today to discuss if Latisse is right for you.

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