Your Guide to Fuller Eyelashes: Latisse

What is Latisse?

Latisse is used in the medical field as well as the cosmetic
industry. Latisse is a prostaglandin, a fatty acid that has hormone-like
effects on the body.

What Does Latisse Treat?

Latisse is FDA-approved for use on the upper eye lashes as an
eyelash grower by creating more hair follicles during the hair growth cycle. It
may spread to the lower lashes as you blink but the effect will be primarily on
the upper lashes.

How to Use Latisse

Before applying Latisse, wash your hands and face and remove all
makeup from the eyes. The solution is placed at the roots of the upper lashes
once nightly with a single-use applicator.

If you wear contacts, they can absorb the product and become
discolored. To reduce this risk, remove your contacts before applying the
solution and wait for 15 minutes before putting them back in.

Latisse Online Prescription

Make a virtual appointment today with one of our online dermatologists to discuss your eyelashes and getting a Latisse online prescription.