Latisse® stimulates eyelash growth and eliminates the need for eyelash extensions, giving patients longer, fuller, darker lashes in just a few months. We now carry Latisse® at our Arkansas surgery practice and our patients love it!
When applied regularly to the base of the eyelashes, Latisse® keeps lashes in a perpetual growth phase. You just apply it once daily like eyeliner, along the lash line. There are special applicators included with Latisse®, so the process is very simple. The cosmetic effect may take a few weeks to become noticeable and it isn’t permanent; if you stop applying Latisse®, your eyelashes return to normal.
What is Latisse®?
You might say that Latisse® is a cosmetic formulation of a glaucoma drug. Allergan Inc, the pharmaceutical company that markets Natrelle breast implants, BOTOX® cosmetic, and Juvéderm®, discovered the active ingredients of Latisse® during clinical trials of Lumigan, a popular and widely used glaucoma drug. In clinical studies of Lumigan, doctors observed abnormally long lashes among users of the drug.
During research of Latisse®, doctors reported on average:
- 25% increase in eyelash length
- 106% increase in eyelash fullness
- 18% darkening of the eyelashes
Want Thicker, Longer Eyelashes? Latisse Might be the Answer!
Who Should Consider Latisse®?
Good candidates for Latisse® are dissatisfied with the length of their eyelashes due to hypotrichosis, i.e. inadequate eyelashes. Candidates should also be healthy and have no associated allergies or eye problems. Risks of Latisse® include itchiness, redness, and hyperpigmentation.
Allē BOTOX®, Juvéderm®, & Latisse® Rewards Program
Earn reward points each time you get BOTOX® Cosmetic and/or Juvéderm® XC treatments, or purchase a box of Latisse® at Little Rock Cosmetic Surgery. Your reward points are emailed to you immediately after you have a treatment.
These rewards can be used as cash toward any future treatment, even in conjunction with rebates and special treatment offers from Little Rock Cosmetic Surgery Center. Click here join Allē or learn more about the loyalty program. For more information, such as the cost of Latisse® in Arkansas, call or email the surgery office of Dr. Branman.