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Magic In a Wand: How to Get the Best Out of Your Latisse

Thursday, December 15th, 2016


 Latisse®Getting ready every day can seem like a full-time job, especially when it comes time to applying your makeup. By wrestling with eyeshadow, eyeliner, and mascara, sometimes it can seem impossible to get your eyes to look perfect. That’s why our patients at The Center For Plastic Surgery rave about Latisse.  As the only FDA-approved treatment that is clinically proven to help grow and darken eyelashes, Latisse can create fuller and longer lashes. Latisse can make your mornings go a lot more smoothly and will require you to wear a lot less makeup. From using the proper wands to the application process, this article will discuss how you can get the best out of your Latisse. Read on to learn more.

The Wands

When it comes to applying mascara, women everywhere will use just about anything to get it to go on correctly— including cotton swabs and bobby-pins. However, when it comes to applying Latisse, it’s important that you only use the wands that come with it. Every time you dip your wand into the Latisse bottle, you can contaminate it, which can result in eye infections. Remember that once you use your disposable Latisse wand, you should throw it away and use a new one the next time.

The Application Process

When using Latisse remember that patience is a virtue. Although you may think that the more you apply Latisse, the faster it will work, that simply isn’t the case. Latisse takes an average of 3-4 weeks for patients to start seeing results and about 16 weeks until patients see the full results.

Remember when applying Latisse to only apply it to your upper lashes. It will automatically apply itself to the lower lashes when you close your eyes.

Latisse is a remarkable drug that can help your lashes grow longer, darker and fuller without the use of mascara or eyelash extensions. If you would like to learn more about Latisse, contact The Center For Plastic Surgery today!