Love big beautiful eye lashes? Wish you had those? Tired of putting on fake eyelashes when going to parties?
If yes, then LATISSE eyelash treatment is what you need! It is a topical prescription medication designed to help grow beautiful and more prominent eyelashes.
It has been available in Canada since 2010. The popularity of this eyelash treatment can be gauged by the rapidly growing number of new and satisfied users.
LATISSE eyelash treatment is only available by prescription. You will be taught how to apply and use it properly by our expert once you get your prescription. Before applying make sure you clean all your eye makeup and remove your contact lenses.
LATISSE comes with a disposable applicator which is used to apply the formula on the upper lash line. A single drop of LATISSE applied every day is enough to see noticeable results. Using LATISSE more than often than advised will not improve results. So, use it carefully as advised by the expert. Remember LATISSE is only applied on the upper lash line. It should not be applied on the lower lash line.
LATISSE keeps your eyelashes in a permanent growth cycle. By applying it on a daily basis, your eye lashes will grow rapidly and become darker and thicker. The results are not immediate. It will take at least 8 to 12 weeks for you to see noticeable results. Significant results are visible in 16 weeks. So be patient and use LATISSE as advised. The results will continue to manifest until you stop using LATISSE.
Anybody who has short, sparse or light eyelashes and wants to improve the appearance of their lashes is a good candidate for LATISSE treatment. This treatment helps grow darker, fuller and thicker lashes.
It is also ideal for those who wear contact lens. Flaking and dripping mascara can cause contact lens irritation. By opting LATISSE treatment, contact lens wearers can improve their eyelashes appearance without using mascara and experiencing irritation from their contact lens each time. With LATISSE, contact lenses can be inserted 15 minutes after the treatment.