Latisse™ (2 Reviews)

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An Overview

Latisseā„¢ is the first FDA-approved prescription treatment for eyelash enhancement. Created by Allergan, Latisse is a topical product that reportedly improves the density, length, and darkness of eyelashes when applied daily to the upper lash beds.

Usually priced in between $100-$300, the Latisse solution comes in a bottle that lasts 2-4 months. While results will differ from patient to patient, Latisse results should start to appear within 2 weeks of beginning treatment, and intensify through the 12th or 16th week of treatment.

Minor side effects of using Latisse can include eye redness, itching and dryness. Since Latisse is a prescription treatment, the product is only for sale through select doctor's offices and cosmetic clinics in the U.S.

Latisse™ Reviews:

Highly recommended. Made me feel comfortable.

Posted by EFFIE H. on .
Great office. Very nice people. Made you feel comfortable. Would highly recommend them to anyone.

$1k A Year For Longer Lashes? I'll Pass

Posted by KATHI E. on .
I made an appointment to get Latisse... yet when I show up for my appointment the lady tells me to make ANOTHER appointment next Tuesday because I have to have a doctor sign off on it. Which makes me wonder what was the point of this? They should have scheduled me at a time when the doctor was there. I work two jobs and cannot keep the second appointment -- so I have decided not to get the Latisse. Plus, it is too expensive for just having longer eyelashes... equates to about 100.00 a month. That's 1,200 a year. No, thanks!

Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Does this Procedure Take?

Latisse patients typically begin to see results within 2-8 weeks.

Latisse™ Side Effects:

Possible Latisse side effects include eye redness, irritation, itching, dryness, and pigment changes. Stop use of product if any of these problems occur.

Length of Latisse™ Results:

The length of Latisse results will likely be contingent on how long treatment is continued. To maintain maximum lash results, it's recommended that patients continue product use.

Latisse™ Recovery Time:

No recovery time is needed with Latisse

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Can Insurance Cover Latisse™?

Insurance does not cover Latisse

Will I feel pain or discomfort after treatment?

Some Latisse patients report mild itching or irritation with initial use, but this subsides for many. Otherwise, Latisse shouldn't cause pain or discomfort with treatment. Discontinue use if pain is experienced when applying Latisse.

Other Names for Latisse™:

Latisse eye enhancement, bimatoprost

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