What is Latisse Eyelash Treatment?
Latisse eyelash treatment is innovative and helps you to grow longer and fuller eyelashes. Now, luscious eyelashes are more attainable than you imagined.
But how does it work, and how can you sustain it?
The Latisse Growth Process
Latisse is only available with a prescription. This growth product needs to be carefully brushed onto the base of the upper eyelashes every morning in order for eyelash growth to occur.
Even though you apply Latisse on your own, the medical professional you choose to administer it is crucial. Many will simply write a prescription and send you on your way. A true medical professional will care about your results and will take the time to show you the exact way to apply Latisse for unbelievable results.
Additionally, they will be available for follow-up appointments to ensure you are getting the eyelash growth you desire.
How to Apply Latisse
Latisse is applied by dabbing the substance on your upper eyelid using the sterile applicator supplied by your professional. Discard each applicator after use. Re-using them may result in potential problems like eye infections.
Latisse should never be used on the bottom eyelashes, and the application needs to be precise for optimal results. However, when applying it to your upper eyelid, it will spread naturally to the lower eyelid.
Latisse growth treatment will increase the length, thickness, and darkness of your lashes, but it’s not to be confused with mascara, which is cosmetic. You can safely apply mascara over your Latisse treatment, but remember that Latisse itself is a prescription that must be prescribed by a professional.
Your physician will advise how often and for how long you should continue Latisse treatment.
If you stop using Latisse altogether, your eyebrows will eventually return to their natural state.
How Latisse Works?
When used safely on the upper eyelid, this FDA-approved treatment encourages gradual growth of longer and thicker lashes.Latisse contains an active ingredient called bimatoprost, which affects the growth phase of the eyelash hair cycle.
Firstly, it increases the length of the eyelash during this phase, causing visible extension. Then it increases the number of hairs in this growth phase.
Latisse was created largely by accident back in 2001. Allergan had developed a medicated eye drop to treat elevated intraocular pressure, but noticed it had the byproduct of growing patients’ eyelashes to epic proportions!
Hence, Latisse was born. It has since become one of the most popular and safest eyelash growth treatments in the world.