Definition - What does Latisse mean?

Latisse is a nonsurgical approach to achieving long, thick lashes. The serum is applied to the lashes directly daily to promote the natural growth of lashes without the need for lash extensions or other false lashes. After about two months of regular application, patients report that their lashes are fuller, darker, and thicker.

However, patients should be aware that they must keep using Latisse for continued results.

TheConsultation explains Latisse

Latisse is an FDA-approved treatment designed explicitly for lash growth. It requires absolutely no recovery time, and the only commitment is the initial cost and the daily use. Side effects are typically mild and can include red, irritated, and itchy eyes. Patients have also reported a slight change in the appearance of their eye shape, and the serum can darken the skin along the lash line or anywhere else that it transfers during application.

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