Many women focus on their eyes when they’re trying to maintain a youthful look. While Botox can work wonders for wrinkles, there is something else you can do to keep your peepers looking their best. It’s called Latisse, and it can be your ticket to fuller, darker lashes.
What is Latisse?
Latisse is a cosmetic procedure that was originally used to treat people suffering from hypotrichosis, a condition that causes thin and brittle eyelashes. Today, however, this treatment is used on anyone who wishes to increase the fullness and length of their lashes.
Is Latisse Safe?
Latisse is a perfectly safe, FDA-approved treatment that poses little to no risks. The most common side effects are a slight eye irritation and a rare discoloration of the eyelids. A trained professional can help you determine whether you’re a good candidate for Latisse.
How Long Do Results Last?
One of the best things about Latisse is you can expect to see results in as little as four weeks. Your optimum results should appear by Week 16.
You can enjoy long, luscious eyelashes by simply applying Latisse daily to the base of your upper lashes. In no time at all you’ll be batting your lashes with the best of them. Contact Connie Brennan RN, expert aesthetic nurse and Botox injector in MN, for a consultation.
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