Skip to content

Latisse All you need to know.

What is Latisse:

LATISSE® is an FDA-approved treatment to grow eyelashes for people with inadequate or not enough lashes.


Who is it for:

If you have trouble growing hair around the eye, have scant lashes, or are experiencing eyelash loss due to stress or illness and you’re looking for a proven, effective, and safe treatment to grow, thicken, and darken your lashes, Latisse might be an option for you!


Pre-Treatment Instructions:

  • Before Applying. Before applying LATISSE® each night, ensure your face is clean, makeup and contact lenses are removed, and any other facial care products have already been applied
  • Remove an applicator from its tray
  • Apply to Skin Using Applicator
  • Latisse® is to be applied topically only to the upper eyelash area • Latisse® is not to be used more than once a day
  • Latisse® is always to be applied with the FDA-approved applicators to prevent contamination
  • Latisse® is never to be used in the eye
  • Allergies – do not use Latisse® if you are allergic to any of the ingredients: bimatoprost, benzalkonium chloride, sodium chloride, sodium phosphate, dibasic, citric acid or purified water.
  • Glaucoma – do not use Latisse® if you are currently using any type of eye drops for glaucoma or intraocular pressure problems.
  • Using Latisse® can decrease the effectiveness of other glaucoma drops such as LUMIGAN, Xalatan or Travatan or other Prostaglandin analogs.
  • Pregnancy – do not use Latisse® if you are pregnant or nursing.
  • Do not use Latisse® if you are under 18 years of age.


Post Treatment Care:

  • Blot Excess Always blot excess Latisse® – unwanted hair growth can occur if repeatedly applied to an area.
  • Dispose of Applicator


What to Expect After Treatment:

  • Latisse® takes at least 6-8 weeks for product penetration and when treatment is stopped, approximately 2 weeks to exit the system.
  • Thicker, darker and longer lashes appear after 6-8 weeks of application.
  • The application sites may be itchy and appear puffy for up to 7-10 days.
  • Latisse® may cause the treated area to become darker (hyperpigmented), typically found on upper eyelids. This skin color change is believed to be reversible when medication is stopped. • Side effects may include eye irritation, dryness of the eyes and redness of the eyelids.
  • Side effects are rare and experienced by only 4% of patients.

Before & After Photos

Top Rated Provider of Latisse in the Colorado Springs Area Call us at (719) 271-0999