LONGER LASHES WITH LATISSE® IN PHOENIX,
Set Your Sights on Growth with Latisse® from the Cosmetic Experts at Arizona Dermacare Plastic Surgery.
Ready, set, grow! For longer, lusher, thicker, darker lashes, look no further than Latisse®. Consult with Dr. Rod and the experts at Dermacare Plastic Surgery and find out of Latisse® is right for you.
Latisse® has been clinically proven to show gradual growth results after just four weeks of nightly application to the base of the upper eyelashes. After eight weeks most Phoenix patients started to see darker, fuller lashes; with full dramatic results appearing after sixteen weeks.
- What is Latisse®?
Latisse® is the only FDA approved prescription drug used to grow darker, thicker, and longer eyelashes. Latisse® actually extends the growth phase of lashes and will increase the number of lashes that grow. But be patient, these lusher, fuller lashes do not grow overnight. It takes approximately 16 weeks for the remarkable effects to be seen.
- How is Latisse® used?
Latisse® is applied every night to the upper lash line using the supplied sterile applicators (only one applicator per lid). As you sleep, the drug is spread to the lower lash line; it is never applied directly the lower lash line and applicators should be discarded after each use. You will begin to see results after two months of nightly use; however if you stop using Latisse® your lashes will eventually return to their previous appearance.
- Do I need a prescription for Latisse®?
Yes, the FDA has determined that Latisse® may only be prescribed by a physician. Ask Dr. Rod if Lattise® is right for you.
- Are their side effects to using Latisse®?
The most common side effects may include an itchy sensation in the eyes, eye irritation and/or redness, a darkening of the skin near the application site, or redness of the eyelids.
To find out whether Latisse® is right for you, please contact Dr. Rod at Dermacare Plastic Surgery today at (623) 535-7050 to schedule your consultation. We proudly serve patients in the Phoenix area.