Are your eyelashes lacking in luster and length? Latisse® is a popular aesthetic treatment that can enhance your eyelashes. Residents of Plano and Fresco are turning to board-certified plastic surgeon Charles A. Wallace, M.D. for all their MedSpa needs
What is Latisse®?
Latisse® is an FDA-approved treatment to correct eyelashes that are short or thin. This prescription cosmetic formula is clinically proven to permanently lengthen and darken eyebrows. Latisse® can be applied in the comfort of your home, but instructions should be followed very carefully to avoid any complications. If you are constantly spending time or money on temporary extensions or false eyelashes, Latisse® may be perfect for you.
h2>What Are the Benefits of Latisse®?
Do you wish you could have long, luscious lashes permanently? Latisse® is designed to enhance the overall appearance of your eyelashes over time. Latisse® is a non-invasive procedure that can be administered by you directly at home. Results are noticeable within a few weeks and, in most cases, full results can be seen at 12 weeks. The benefits of Latisse® include longer, thicker lashes with a simple application once a day. Say goodbye to false eyelashes and temporary lash enhancement products forever.
How Is Latisse® Administered?
Before you can begin your Latisse® treatment, your first step will be to have a consultation with Dr. Wallace. He will give you an evaluation to determine if you are a good candidate for Latisse®. During your consultation, Dr. Wallace will explain the procedure, as well as the benefits, risks, and any guidelines. He may apply the first treatment in the office to show you the proper way to administer Latisse®. The steps to applying Latisse® are simple and easy to follow.
- Thoroughly wash and dry your face with a clean cloth.
- Hold the included application brush horizontally and carefully apply one drop of Latisse®.
- Carefully apply the Latisse® to your eyelid, using motions similar to applying liquid eyeliner.
- Use a cotton ball or Q-tip to dab away any access formula.
Be sure to follow the directions on the applicator exactly and don’t use Latisse® in any manner other than directed. Don’t apply Latisse® to your bottom lashes and move slowly during the application to avoid getting Latisse® in your eye. If you have any questions or concerns about your eyelash regime, contact Dr. Wallace.
Is Latisse® Right For Me?
If you are unhappy with the lack of vibrancy or thickness in your lashes, Latisse® may be right for you. Ideal candidates have been trying different eyelash treatments with no success or have been using mascara and false lashes to enhance their appearance. Fuller, longer eyelashes can help to draw attention to your face and eyes, and improve your overall appearance.
How Much Does Latisse® Cost?
All patients have different needs and thus, costs for Latisse® will vary between individuals. To ensure Latisse® remains available and affordable for our clients, financing is available via Prosper® Healthcare Lending. We also accept cash, check, Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express® and Discover®.
Don’t go through live fussing with annoying false eyelashes or heavy mascara to enhance your eyelashes. Contact board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Charles A. Wallace, M.D. to schedule your consultation for Latisse®. Dr. Wallace is located in Dallas, TX, and proudly serves the patients of the Plano and Frisco areas.