As we age, our lash growth cycle naturally slows down, leading to thinner and shorter lashes.
Latisse harnesses the power of its key ingredient, bimatoprost, to extend the growth phase of your lashes and promote the emergence of new, fuller lashes. By applying Latisse to the base of your upper eyelashes daily, you can witness the transformation as your lashes become thicker, darker, and more voluminous over time.Purchase Latisse in Nanaimo
The Benefits of Latisse
- Fuller, longer lashes in just a few weeks
- Look your best without mascara
- Helps restore eyelash length and fullness lost due to aging
- Helps grow eyelashes even if you have genetically thin, sparse lashes
Latisse Easily Integrates into Your Routine
The application process is quick and straightforward, taking just a few minutes each day. Simply apply the solution to the base of your upper lashes using the soft, disposable brushes included with Latisse, and let it work its magic while you go about your day or get night rest.
Questions & Answers
When will I see results?
Results from using Latisse can vary from person to person, and it’s important to set realistic expectations. Typically, noticeable improvements in lash length, fullness, and darkness can be seen within 4 to 8 weeks of consistent use. It’s important to remember that individual response to the treatment can vary, and some individuals may experience more rapid or gradual results.
Do I have to use Latisse every day?
Once your eyelashes have reached their desired length, you can maintain your results by applying Latisse two or three times a week. Once you stop using the product, your lashes will eventually return to their original appearance.
Can everyone use Latisse?
Latisse is generally safe and well-tolerated by most individuals, but there are a few contraindications to consider.
Eye Conditions: If you have any active eye infections, inflammation, or eye-related disorders, it is advisable to avoid using Latisse until the condition is resolved. Additionally, if you are prone to or have a history of glaucoma, it is essential to consult with your family doctor before starting Latisse.
Allergies and Sensitivities: Allergic reactions to Latisse are rare but can occur in some individuals.
Pregnancy and Nursing: The safety of Latisse during pregnancy and breastfeeding has not been fully established. It is recommended to avoid using Latisse if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or currently breastfeeding.