Maybe She’s Born With It…Maybe It’s Latisse
By: Nicole Angione APRN Ocoee
By: Nicole Angione APRN Couture Med Spa Ocoee
Let’s face it, every girl wants long, voluminous lashes without having to cake on a pound of mascara. Over the years, eyelash extensions have become a popular trend to give the illusion of longer lashes. However, that is just a temporary solution. What if there was a more permanent solution than putting on fake lashes? Oh wait, there is!
Let me introduce a prescription medication called Latisse, an FDA-approved treatment designed to lengthen, thicken, and darken eyelashes for clients who desire a fuller lash appearance. We offer Latisse as one of our many spa treatments at Couture Med Spa. Don’t continue to rip out your natural lashes while attempting to make them fuller with eyelash extensions. Start using Latisse today and in just a few short weeks you will be on your way to longer and stronger natural lashes.
How Latisse Works
If you choose to start using Latisse, it’s essential to ensure that your entire face is clean and makeup is completely removed prior to use. If you wear contact lenses, they should be taken out before the use of Latisse and you should wait 15 minutes after using Latisse before placing the contact back in the eye. Latisse should only be applied to the upper base of the eyelid carefully with one drop in each upper eyelid and never applied to the lower lid. After that, all you have to do is sit back, relax, and watch your lashes grow longer, thicker, and move voluminous.
Who can use Latisse?
Latisse is a prescription medication and should only be used after a consultation with one of Couture Med Spas providers. Latisse is not approved for people under the age of 18 as well as for pregnant or breastfeeding clients. Schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our providers to see if Latisse can give you a fabu-LASH day!