Want longer, fuller eyelashes? Check out iThriveMD's specials of Latisse, eyelash growth serum that can make your eyelids longer and thicker.
Latisse is a branded version of the drug bimatoprost, which research indicates is effective in volumizing eyelashes.
Latisse is a treatment for people who would like longer, fuller eyelashes. It's also shown to help people regrow their lashes with more vigor following chemotherapy.
It has not been tested or approved for pregnant women. However, research indicates it does not affect breast milk by excreting it into the milk.
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While Latisse does not increase the number of hairs that grow, it enhances already-existing eyelashes.
Latisse costs an average of $33 per ml. It's often packaged in 3ml or 5ml bottles that cost between $100 and $150. A 5ml bottle of Latisse can last up to four months.
The duration of eyelashes' growth is about 4-10 weeks, which is the phase wherein Latisse operates. Visible results develop on the longer end of that phase at two months.
The extension of the anagen phase improves your eyelashes, so keeping up with treatment is essential to get results.
Latisse requires daily application along the top lash line to improve eyelash growth. After a few months of usage, you can reduce application to every other day.
Both fillers(such as botox) and PRP facials are effective in treating anti-aging. However, PRP facials are preferred by those who are looking for a more natural solution. The downtime for a PRP treatment is generally much shorter than fillers, which is another attractive plus.
iThriveMD® only uses genuine-brand Latisse. Latisse is currently the only FDA-approved treatment for eyelash hypotrichosis on the market. Other companies are also starting to produce similar medications, but Latisse remains the only tried and tested top-rated treatment.
Research suggests that Latisse can cause hyperpigmentation of the iris. This is slightly misleading, though, as this side effect is more common in glaucoma treatment drops (such as Lumigan), which Latisse is derived from.
As far as serious side effects go, this one raises the most alarm. But it is not directly correlated with Latisse specifically and is considered low-risk.
If Latisse™ sounds like a good fit for you, schedule a consultation for medical advice to start your journey to longer, healthier eyelashes.
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