Latisse® in West Palm Beach and Jupiter, FL
It is time to throw away those fake lashes, those bottles of messy mascara, and all those eyelash curlers, because we have the solution to thicker, longer, and darker lashes. MedSpa Zen offers Latisse® to treat thinning, sparse, or light eyelashes. If you live in or around West Palm Beach, Jupiter, Wellington, Palm Springs or Lake Worth, contact us today to schedule a Latisse® appointment
What is Latisse®?
Latisse® is made up of bimatoprost, a version of a glaucoma drug. Doctors began noticing that their glaucoma patients were experiencing fuller, thicker eyelashes, and Latisse® was born. If you suffer from inadequate or thin eyelashes, Latisse® may be right for you!
Latisse® is an FDA-approved treatment proven to grow thicker eyelashes. This treatment’s main ingredient, bimatoprost, causes the eyelashes to remain in its growth phase longer, resulting in darker and thicker eyelashes.
How Much Does Latisse® Cost?
We share pricing information during your initial consultation. To help ensure our patients can afford their cosmetic care we offer several financing options. We would be happy to discuss further during your consultation or appointment.
Am I a Good Candidate for Latisse®?
Candidates for Latisse® are in good health, and have inadequate eyelashes or wish for fuller lashes. Those with eye conditions or sensitivities should not use Latisse®.
How Does Latisse® Work?
One of the many amazing benefits of Latisse® is how easy it is to use. Applying Latisse® is easier than putting on mascara. It is applied to the base of the eyelashes once per day like eyeliner. In a package, you will typically receive one bottle of solution and 60 applicators. These should last about two months and results are usually noticeable within this period.
What Results Can I Expect from Latisse®?
Patients can expect to see results as early as two months into treatment use. In order to enjoy the benefits of Latisse®, you must use it continuously. If you stop using Latisse®, your eyelashes will simply return to their original appearance. Patients should be aware that Latisse® can cause brown darkening of the iris, and darkening of the eyelid.
Is There Anyone Who Should Not Use Latisse®?
Latisse® may not be appropriate for people who have an allergy to the product or any of its ingredients. If you are under care for glaucoma or other eye diseases, notify your ophthalmologist that you are using Latisse® .
What Happens if I Stop Using Latisse®?
If you stop using the product, your eyelashes will gradually return to their previous appearance over the course of several months.
If you live in West Palm Beach, Jupiter, Wellington, Palm Springs, Lake Worth or surrounding areas, and are interested in Latisse® for thicker, darker eyelashes, contact us today for a consultation.