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What is LATISSE®?

LATISSE® is the first prescription product to treat inadequate lashes—it’s believed to prolong the active eyelash growth phase. It’s clinically proven to deliver lashes that are fuller, longer, and darker at 16 weeks.

The Benefits of LATISSE®:

 Results you can see in as little as 16 weeks. 
 106% Fuller. 25% Longer and 18% Darker lashes in 16weeks.
  Excellent to enhance and maintain the benefits of [liv]® Plastic Surgery Treatments.

Invest and Address: Did you know?

LATISSE® solution should always be placed on the provided applicator and applied carefully across the skin of the upper eyelid margin at the base of the eyelashes. LATISSE® solution should never be applied to the lower lid, in the eye, or as an eye drop. 

[liv]® LATISSE®:

LATISSE® Daily: LATISSE® is the first FDA-approved product to grow lashes longer, fuller, and darker for those who do not have enough lashes. It has been studied for safety and efficacy and is available only by prescription. Results demonstrated as a stand alone treatment therapy. 

LATISSE® Maintenance: LATISSE® utlized with lash enhancing treatment therapies support the appearance of fuller lashes by increasing the growth cycle (anagen) phase of your eyelash hair cycle. Anagen is the growth phase of all hair. 

Frequently Asked Questions


Do I need a prescription for Latisse?

Latisse can only be purchased through a physicians office because it contains an ingredient considered to be a drug by the FDA called bimatopros. 

Who Cannot use Latisse?

LATISSE specifically treats hypotrichosis, or thin or too-short hair, in the upper eyelash area. The medication is approved after an initial consultation for people who are 18 and older. It is not recommended by the FDA to anyone younger than 16 years old.

How do I ask my doctor for Latisse?

There's no need to “qualify” for using the medication, but your doctor will most likely have a few questions about your eyes, health, and why you're looking for a LATISSE® treatment prescription.

Is one drop of Latisse enough for both eyes?

One drop is just enough for both the eyes. Remember, you need to apply Latisse only over your upper lashes and not the lower lashes or into the eyes. If there is excess solution, blot it with a tissue.

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