If the eyes are the windows to the soul, eyelashes are the frames. But what do you do when those frames appear lank and emaciated?
If you have abnormal or limited eyelash growth, you may have eyelash hypotrichosis. And Latisse may be your solution for growing longer, thicker eyelashes.
Latisse is not for everyone, and a consultation with Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon Dr. Eugene Kim will determine if Latisse is right for you. Latisse is the only FDA-approved treatment for inadequate eyelash growth, and it is available only by prescription.
Latisse eyelash growth
Latisse is thought to work by increasing the number of eyelash sprouts and extending their growth phase, providing longer, lusher and darker eyelashes. The Latisse clinical study showed that treatment was effective in nearly 80 percent of participants after four months of use; full results are typically seen within two months of nightly use.
In order to maintain results, you must continue use of Latisse. If you stop regular use of Latisse, your eyelashes will return to their original appearance, although some patients are able to reduce treatments to two or three times per week after achieving full results.
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