Long, full lashes don’t happen overnight. Latisse is a solution that works steadily and astonishingly. As the treatment progresses, you'll first begin to see changes in length. Then, gradually, you'll notice more thickness and darkness in your lashes. If you're satisfied with your results by week 8, don't stop there. Stick with the treatment. After week 16, you'll see the full effect of LATISSE solution, and so will others.
Free 15 minute consult
$179/kit (a 2 month supply)
If your lashes are thinning as you get older, see our medical aesthetics experts for a free 15-minute consultation. We can provide an assessment, and if it's right for you, we can prescribe LATISSE (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03%, an at-home treatment that can give you longer, fuller and thicker lashes with full results expected in just 16 weeks.
LATISSE is the only FDA-approved prescription treatment for inadequate or not enough lashes. It is a prescription treatment to grow eyelashes longer, fuller, darker. Great eyelashes don't just happen overnight. That's why it's important to note that LATISSE solution works gradually and remarkably.
Clinical trial results showed lashes were:
- 25% longer (2% for vehicle)
- 106% fuller (12% for vehicle)
- 18% darker (3% for vehicle)
“I have been a lash girl for a while but due to time can’t have them done and was recommended Latisse. The clinic was super easy to get in and out and on day three I SWEAR my lashes already have improvements. I was expecting 6wk+. I couldn’t be more pleased. It’s very easy to apply.”
“I wanted longer eyelashes that were fuller and also more eyebrow hair....worked great for me. Last year I tried grande lash and prior to that I tried Monet. Neither came close to the results I got from Latisse.”
What is Latisse?
- LATISSE is a medical treatment approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)to treat hypotrichosis of the upper eyelashes. The active ingredient in LATISSE is a prostaglandin analogue, which helps to stimulate the follicles, so hair grows faster.
What is Latisse made of?
- The active ingredient in LATISSE was originally used in a prescription medication called LUMIGEN, which treats high intraocular pressure (IOP), a potential sign of glaucoma. It can cause nerve damage in the eye, leading to vision loss.
- A side effect of LUMIGEN was eyelash growth, which led to the development of the eyelash-growing serum. No one is completely sure how LATISSE stimulates hair growth, but it has worked for thousands of people all over the United States who want fuller, longer, darker eyelashes.
Who can use latisse?
- Anyone who has suffered eyelash thinning or loss from: irritation from cosmetics.
- Blepharitis, or eyelid irritation from clogged oil glands in the eyelash area.
- Trichotillomania, or an anxiety disorder that leads to pulling out hair, including eyelashes.
- Localized skin cancer, leading to hair loss.
- Alopecia areata.
How do you use LATISSE?
- The medication is applied to the lash line of the upper eyelid once per day, using a disposable, sterile applicator.