Your eyes are one of the first things people notice about you, so it’s important that they look their best at all times. The scientists at Allergan, the makers of BOTOX Cosmetic, have discovered an effective, non-invasive way to help you grow your own beautiful eyelashes without pills, injections, or surgery. This innovative treatment, Latisse, helps women enhance eyelash growth, and it is available by prescription from Forever Young Aesthetics.
How It Works
Having beautiful eyelashes increases femininity and helps your eyes look larger, more vibrant, and refreshed. The active ingredient in Latisse is bimatoprost, which is thought to extend the eyelash growth cycle and increase the number of individual eyelashes that grow. The result for you is longer, fuller, darker eyelashes that won’t run or smudge even when you swim, exercise, or get teary eyed.
Improvements from this product appear gradually as eyelashes grow in and are replaced. In as little as 4 weeks, you should begin to notice your lashes becoming thicker and fuller. These improvements will continue as lashes grow longer, with ultimate results reached in 16 weeks. To sustain your enhanced eyelash growth, continue daily treatments; otherwise, your lashes will gradually return to their pre-treatment state.
During your consultation, we will review your medical history and perform a brief exam. If Latisse is right for you, your physician will instruct you in its proper use to ensure that you know how to apply it properly at home. Because consistent use is essential to the product’s effectiveness, it’s helpful to apply it as part of your regular nighttime routine.
Latisse treatments are quick and easy daily applications that you perform in the convenience and privacy of your own home. The product is applied with a special applicator that you trace along the skin at the base of the supper eyelids- the same way you apply liquid eyeliner. Latisse is not for use on the lower eyelashes. After applying, blot away excess solution to ensure it remains only in the treated areas.