Have you always wanted longer, thicker eyelashes? Have you tried everything but been unsatisfied? Mascara only accentuates what you have. Fake eyelashes are hard to apply, a nuisance, and look unnatural. Eyelash extensions fall off too soon, take a long time to apply, and are expensive. Have you ever wished your own lashes would grow longer, thicker, and darker? Now they can, with LATISSE®, FDA-approved to encourage the growth of your own eyelashes.
To learn more about this exciting, nonsurgical option for growing thicker, longer eyelashes, please contact Doctors for Visual Freedom in Chicago and Arlington Heights, Illinois.
LATISSE®'s Proven Results
LATISSE® proved that it was safe and effective in several clinical trials before it became FDA-approved. These tests showed that using LATISSE® led to increases in the thickness, darkness, and length of eyelashes. Your results will vary, but in the study nearly 80% of participants saw their lashes become more visible. Overall, people who saw improvement had lashes that were 25% longer, 106% fuller, and 18% darker.
How to Use LATISSE®
LATISSE® is easy to use. You use the applicators provided to put LATISSE® on your upper eyelids daily. Results appear gradually over the next few weeks, starting to become visible after about four to six weeks. By 16 weeks, you should reach final results.
How LATISSE® Works
How LATISSE® works, exactly, is unknown. Currently, it is believed to work by stimulating hair follicles to enter the growth phase and stay in that phase longer.
The discovery of LATISSE® was an accident, like the appearance benefits of BOTOX® Cosmetic. The active ingredient in LATISSE® was prescribed as a glaucoma medicine, but doctors saw that patients using this particular glaucoma eye drops had longer, thicker, and darker lashes than when they began treatment.
LATISSE® is the only product FDA-approved to increase the prominence of your lashes. To learn more about this exciting, new, and easy way to get longer eyelashes, please call or email Doctors for Visual Freedom in Chicago, Illinois.