Latisse is Our Product of the Month

Jul 24, 2017 | Latisse

Your eyes are one of the first things that other people notice when they first meet you. Make your eyes stand out with the effect of Latisse, which will make your lashes not only longer but also darker and fuller!


Latisse Makes Lashes Grow

What is Latisse? How does it work?

Latisse’s active ingredient, bimatroprost, makes eyelashes grow longer, fuller, and darker. Using this product once a day by applying topically to the base of your upper eyelashes can make your eyes pop!

Can I use Latisse?

Latisse works on all eyes, regardless of shape or color. As long as you have no allergic reaction or known side effect to its active ingredient, you are welcome to use Latisse to get longer and fuller lashes!

How fast are results?

Although you may want overnight results, you will start to notice that your eyelashes are growing gradually and naturally. In clinical trials, 78% of patients noticed results after about two months of using Latisse. After four months, lashes are, on average, 25% longer, 106% fuller and thicker, and 18% darker.

Should I stop wearing mascara while using Latisse?

Although you may not need to wear mascara because your eyelashes will naturally be longer and darker, you can apply eye makeup while using the product. While using Latisse, you are still free to wear mascara, eyeliner, eye shadow, or other products. We recommend applying Latisse at night when you take off your makeup so that it seeps into your eyelids without makeup or other products, and you’ll get the best results possible.

What do North Scottsdale Laser & Skin Care staff members think of Latisse?

Our staff loves Latisse! Some of us have been using this product for years, and it has made our lashes full and long! We even use it on our eyebrows to help fill them in.

Get natural results with Latisse! To learn more about getting longer, fuller, and thicker eyelashes, or to schedule a free consultation with one of our beauty experts at North Scottsdale Laser & Skin Care Clinic, call (480) 513-2888, or book an appointment online.