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Forget about eyelash extensions and help your own natural eyelashes grow and get the longer, lush eyelashes you always wanted using Latisse, the only medically-proven treatment that really works!

LatisseSince ancient times, long and full eyelashes have been a hallmark of beauty across all ages. It may be no surprise as signs of beauty are usually the same as signs of health. Long and beautiful eyelashes are often seen in healthy people while eyelashes can become damaged and sparse in a number of illnesses such as thyroid problems. Some may lose their eyelashes during chemotherapy. For many others, short and sparse eyelashes are more related to genetic traits. Lastly in some cases, the eyelashes may be lost due to local trauma (constant rubbing the eyes or pulling the eyelashes) or allergic reactions to mascara and more.

No matter what the underlying cause of loss of eyelashes is, restoring eyelashes to their full and lush appearance is a sure way to accentuate your beauty. Latisse is an FDA-approved prescription medication used to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker.

Latisse is a once-a-day treatment you apply topically to the base of your upper eyelashes using a specific applicator as instructed by your doctor. Then, gradually, the results come in. You may start to see more length in as little as 4 weeks and you should achieve full growth in 16 weeks. It’s not an illusion of growth. It’s your own eyelashes – only better.

How Latisse Works?

To understand how Latisse works, it is important to think about the hair growth cycle. Each hair follicle in our body undergoes a continuous cycle of active growth followed by a stasis phases and eventually, falling. Latisse is believed to work by prolonging the duration that the hair follicle stays in the growth phase. Hence, the hair that would have otherwise stopped growing and fall off at an earlier time would go on growing and getting longer. The result is beautiful and natural eyelashes that are longer, thicker and darker and more noticeable.


How to Apply Latisse?

Each Latisse kit comes with a small bottle of medication and packs of disposable sterile applicators that are used to apply Latisse. The treatment is done once every night. For best results, clean your face and remove any makeup or contact lenses. Then carefully put one drop of Latisse on the tip of a sterile applicator (included in the box). Using the applicator, apply Latisse evenly on the skin of your upper eyelid right on the base of the eyelashes, just to make the area moist without any excessive Latisse running off. In case of runoff, carefully and gently blot excessive Latisse using a clean tissue. Throw away the used applicator and repeat these steps using a new sterile applicator for the other upper eyelid. If you wear contact lenses, make sure to remove them prior to Latisse treatment. You may put them back on after 15 minutes following Latisse treatment.

LatissebKitPlease note that Latisse must be applied once-a-night on the upper eyelash lines only using the included disposable, single-use applicators. Do not apply Latisse on lower eyelash lines. Avoid repeated or excessive applications. Once discontinued, the growth of eyelashes is expected to gradually return to their pre-treatment baseline.
Please note that while Latisse is generally very safe and well tolerated by most, like any other medications it may cause side effects in some users. The most common reactions that may occur in less than 4% of users include eye irritation and dryness, eye itchiness, eye redness and hyperpigmentation. In case of any adverse reactions, please stop using Latisse and contact your physician.

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Contact Amoderm today to learn more about Latisse and how it can be used to restore your own beautiful full, long eyelashes!


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