Let them Notice Medical Spa
Grow Your Eyelashes with Latisse
- Eyelash Enhancements
- Look More Attractive
- Longer, Thicker & Darker Lashes
Read More on Latisse Eyelash Serum in Toronto
Latisse is the perfect solution for those experiencing thinning eyelashes, also known as hypotrichosis, as a result of aging-but is used by women and men of all ages who want more a more beautiful set of lashes. The active ingredient in Latisse is called bimatoprost, the same drug used in glaucoma drops. Patients using using these drops showed dramatic improvement in their eyelashes, longer, thicker and darker lashes as a side effect.
How Much Does Latisse Cost in Toronto?
At Let Them Notice in Toronto, a 5ml bottle of Latisse with 140 applicators costs $200 plus hst and 3ml bottle of Latisse with 60 applicators costs $132 plus hst.
How To Apply Latisse?
Latisse should be applied routinely with consistency and precision for the best results! The nurse practitioner with review instructions on how to apply Latisse:
- Prior to going to bed, cleanse your face ensuring all makeup is removed
- If you wear contacts, they need to be removed prior to applying Latisse
- Apply skin care products prior to applying Latisse
- Apply top of Latisse to sterile applicator which is supplied with product
- Apply Latisse to the upper eyelid margin using sterile applicator. As you blink the medication spreads to your lower lid; this is acceptable not a problem
- Blot any excess solution in order to avoid developing brown pigmentation
- Dispose of the applicator. You should never reuse the applicator because you can develop an eye infection. Since Latisse promotes hair growth avoid touching other parts of the face with an applicator.
How Long Does It Take to See Results & How Long Does Latisse Last?
Longer thicker lashes are seen in as little as four weeks achieving full growth in 16 weeks with daily use. Eyelash improvements attained with Latisse are permanent if the individual continues to use the medication. However, if the treatment does not continue, as time passes the eyelashes will revert back to their pre-treatment condition.
What Are the Side Effects of Latisse?
Side effects of Latisse include redness of the eyes, skin itching or eye irritation, skin darkening, and dryness of the eyes.
Who is Not a Good Candidate for Latisse in Toronto?
Your nurse practitioner will review your past medication history to determine if you are not a good candidate. Individuals who have conjunctivitis (pink eye) or uveitis are not good candidates for treatment with Latisse. Uveitis is a condition in which the uvea, the middle layer of the eye, becomes inflamed. Furthermore, women who have skin infections or suffer from severe allergies are not good candidates for this treatment. If you are using products for elevated intraocular pressure, you should use Latisse only after consulting your nurse practitioner or doctor. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should defer Latisse treatment.