Latisse®

If you have ever wished for longer, thicker, fuller lashes, Aesthetic Eye offers a product that is perfect for you! From the makers of Botox, Allergan, comes a drug which will make your natural lashes longer, thicker, darker, Latisse. Latisse is the first FDA-approved prescription treatment to help grow eyelashes for people with few, thin, or short lashes. Latisse helps patients achieve those beautiful lashes they have been wanting.

Latisse is an ophthalmic solution which contains an active ingredient called bimatoprost, specifically for growing lashes. Latisse is a once a day application that is applied at the base of your upper lashes and is to not be applied to lower lashes. Great lashes don’t just happen overnight. Latisse works gradually over time, you should notice some change in your lash growth as early as two weeks after starting treatment. Once you begin, you must consistently apply Latisse each night and follow the directions for best results. When applied over the course of a 16 week program you will notice your natural lashes lengthen and become thicker. On average, patients should expect full results of Latisse within 16 weeks. Clinical studies show that at 16 weeks lashes were 106% fuller, 25% longer and 18% darker.

Remember, results are gradual overtime. Also, if you stop using Latisse Solution at any time, your eyelashes may return to their previous appearance over the course of several weeks to months.
Latisse also offers a rewards program called Brilliant Distinctions which allows you to earn rewards points for savings on future Latisse treatments, as well as other treatments and products that might be right for you.

Latisse is the only lash growth product of its kind available by prescription. You will need to consult with Dr. McInnes to see if Latisse is right for you.

For more information, visit www.latisse.com/ or contact Aesthetic Eye, PC. Our office stocks Latisse for purchase at your convenience.

Contact our Boise area office. We will be happy to answer all of your questions.