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Thick, long eyelashes help draw attention to your eyes and improve your overall appearance. They can make you look and feel more beautiful.

As you age, your eyelashes may become thinner over time naturally. Additionally, many women damage their eyelashes by using mascara with harmful ingredients or by applying fake eyelashes, which may rip out their real lashes upon removal.

Now, there’s a simpler solution to having full, rich eyelashes! Latisse is the only FDA-approved medication for eyelash growth. Learn more about Latisse from the experts at Barba Skin Clinic located in Miami, Florida.

How Does Latisse Work to Help Grow Eyelashes?

Latisse is a prescription medication that’s used to treat people who have inadequate eyelashes. This eyelash treatment is an eye drop solution based off a medication known as Lumigan, originally intended to treat glaucoma.

Lumigan had the unintended side effect of restoring eyelash growth, and just like that, a solution was created overnight for people looking to naturally grow long, thick eyelashes.

Latisse is a great solution for women who prefer not to wear makeup or would like to save time in the morning. Latisse may also be able to help some women who suffer from alopecia areata, a skin disease that causes full-body hair loss.

Clinical trials have proven that people who use Latisse grow:

  • 25% longer eyelashes
  • 106% fuller eyelashes
  • 18% darker eyelashes
How to Apply Latisse to Your Eyelashes

For effective results, apply Latisse to the base of your upper eyelashes twice a day each day. Do not apply Latisse to your lower lid.

It is important to use the sterile applicators that come with Latisse to apply the medicine. Do not touch the applicators as this may led to infection.

Latisse should not be applied while using contact lenses. Remove your contact lenses first. Once 15 minutes have passed since applying Latisse, you may reinsert your contact lenses.

How Long Does Latisse Take to Work?

If you use Latisse as instructed every day, you will have visibly longer lashes after only 6 weeks of use!

After 16 weeks, your beautiful, all-natural dream eyelashes will turn heads.

Remember, to maintain longer, darker, and thicker lashes, you must continue to use Latisse.

Book a Consultation for Latisse Online

If you’re ready to have noticeably gorgeous eyelashes, book a consultation for Latisse online today with Barba Skin Clinic. Call 305-560-6813 to speak with a Barba aesthetician today.