If you are not familiar with Latisse® treatments in San Diego, you will be excited to know that it is a treatment that helps individuals to grow eyelashes that are thicker, darker, and longer. It is a prescription medication that is applied one time per day to the upper lash line. After multiple months of using the product, patients who are prescribed it will start to see that their natural eyelashes look much better.
Individuals in the area may wonder what it takes to qualify for Latisse® treatments in San Diego. In order for you to get the very best information, we invite you to contact us and set up a consultation. During this consultation, you will be able to discuss your health with our expert, as well as learn about Latisse® treatments. As we mentioned, this is a prescription medication, so you cannot purchase it over-the-counter. In order to be a good candidate, you have to be willing to come in and have a consultation with our specialist.
Individuals must feel unsatisfied with the way their eyelashes look. Usually, individuals who have thin, short, and light-colored eyelashes are the best candidates for Latisse® treatments in San Diego. It is usually these individuals who have spent a lot of their time and money on products like dark mascara, false eyelashes, or eyelash extensions. So if you feel unsatisfied with the way your eyelashes look and you are interested in enhancing them, you may qualify as a candidate for Latisse®.
Individuals who wear contact lenses and glasses can still qualify for Latisse® treatments in San Diego. Once you have the product prescribed to you, we can give you exact information on how to use Latisse® if you need to use contacts or glasses.
In the months after first starting to use the Latisse® treatment, you are going to notice that your own eyelashes look much healthier. They will line your eyes much better. You may even throw away false eyelashes or mascara because you love the way your eyelashes look on their own. You will no longer have to spend time and money on these products or make constant visits to the salon in order to have false eyelashes or eyelash extensions applied.