LATISSE® is a great option for nearly any individual who wants thicker, fuller, and usually darker lashes without having to resort to the use of makeup or dye applications. LATISSE® is safe and effective for most individuals, and research has even shown the product to be safe for use by men and women with sensitive eyes.
Like any cosmetic procedure, it is essential that you have realistic expectations about the outcome of your LATISSE® procedure. Some patients will experience greater lash growth, as well as thicker or darker lashes, than other patients. Be sure to thoroughly discuss your goals and expectations with your treatment specialist prior to beginning a treatment regimen.
Individuals interested in using the product must also commit to regular use. Once the product is discontinued, or if the product is not applied regularly, the lash growth cycle will be interrupted and results will not be as significant as those achieved with regular continued use.
Although the product is safe for most healthy individuals, there are certain health conditions, diseases and medications that may prevent an individual from using LATISSE® or may make them a less than ideal candidate. LATISSE® may not be a suitable treatment option for men and women taking antibiotics, as well as certain types of heart medication. Individuals with specific neurological disorders may also be precluded from treatment. In addition, men and women with allergies to specific medications, including local anesthetics, should speak with their specialist ahead of time about any sensitivities they have. Women who are nursing or pregnant, as well as men and women with skin or eye infections, are also advised not to undergo treatment with the LATISSE® product.
Following your initial consultation and exam, your treatment provider will be able to help determine if LATISSE® is the best option for you and your needs.
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