Do you want thick, long and natural looking lashes?
Lush eyelashes can transform your face. For years, women who desired thicker lashes relied on mascara and fake lashes. Now, thanks to LATISSE, women have a better alternative. At Phoenix Medspa, we now offer this prescription-only serum approved by Health Canada for growing your own darker, thicker, longer eyelashes.
Request a consultation or call Phoenix Medspa at (289)323-0413 to schedule an appointment and learn more about this safe and effective alternative to eyelash extensions.
See the Difference
Regular use of LATISSE gradually transforms short, sparse eyelashes into long, full lashes.
How It Works
Researchers developed LATISSE after noticing that eye drops used to treat glaucoma were accelerating the growth of the patients' eyelashes. The active ingredient in LATISSE, bimatoprost, naturally enhances the amount and thickness of your eyelashes over time.
Tips for Using LATISSE
Make it routine. Keep it with your other skin care products that you use at night.
Keep it clean. Avoid touching the tip of the bottle or the applicator.
Upper lashes only. Blinking for a few seconds naturally transfers drops to the lower lashes.
Be patient. Using LATISSE more than once daily won't enhance lash growth.
Don't double up. If you miss a day, don't try to make up for it by using LATISSE twice the next day.
Take selfies. Chart your progress with photos every week.
Starting Your Treatment
Applying LATISSE is simple and convenient. All you have to do is apply LATISSE to the lash line of your upper eyelids using one of the sterile disposable applicators included in the kit. Once you blink a few times, the formula is transferred to the lower lashes. You apply the product before bed each night.
What to Expect
With consistent application, you'll see longer, thicker eyelashes in about 2 months. You'll probably even notice an increase in the actual number of lashes. Once you reach this point, you may be able to cut back application of LATISSE to once every other night to maintain your results.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I stop using LATISSE?
Once you stop applying LATISSE, your eyelashes will gradually return to their previous appearance.
Can I apply LATISSE with contact lenses still in my eyes?
No, you should remove your contact lens before the application. Soft contact lenses may absorb one of the ingredients in the formula. Patients can reinsert contact lenses 15 minutes after applying LATISSE.
Who is a good candidate for LATISSE?
Virtually anyone can consider using LATISSE. In rare cases, some people have allergic reactions to one of the ingredients used to formulate the product and should stop using it. Individuals with a history of eye pressure problems should let their physicians know they plan to use LATISSE.
Are there any side effects?
Itching and redness are the most typical side effects, but those occur in less than 5% of the people who use LATISSE. Rarely, the medication may cause skin darkening in the area around the eyes, dry eyes, and redness of the eyelids.