Latisse for Eyelashes
Grow Long Thick, Luxurious Eyelashes You Always Dreamed About
ALL NEW INNOVATION FOR EYELASHES
- The First & Only prescription treatment approved by the FDA to safely get the dramatic thick, fuller, longer and darker eyelashes.
- Grow your lashes – Longer! Fuller! Darker!
Latisse is the FIRST & ONLY FDA approved medical treatment proven to enhance the length and thickness of eyelashes.
- Latisse was unanimously approved by the FDA as safe and effective in December 2008.
- Latisse works gradually and remarkably starting 4 weeks with full results after 16 weeks. Great eyelashes just don’t happen overnight.
- Latisse works from the inside out. You will begin to see changes in length, thickness, and darkness gradually.
- 78% of Latisse users had a significant increase in length, fullness, and darkness of eyelashes by week 16.
- Latisse is applied externally to the upper eyelashes like eyeliner once a day.
- In 16 weeks you can go swimming, cry or take a shower without worrying about running mascara.
- Have beautiful, natural-looking thick, full, and long eyelashes in a matter of weeks.
IMPORTANT WARNING: Do not use Latisse solution if you are allergic to any of the ingredients
IMPORTANT WARNING: Do not use Latisse solution if you are pregnant or nursing
IMPORTANT WARNING: Do not use Latisse solution if you have a history of eye pressure problems, such as glaucoma, increased Intraoccular Pressure
IMPORTANT WARNING: Latisse solution is for topical use only and to be used just as you would use eyeliner on the upper eyelashes only.
Do NOT put solution in eye. Do NOT apply to lower eyelid
MEDICAL WELLNESS CENTER PROVIDES:
- LATISSE EYELASH PRESCRIPTIONS ONLINE:
- Simple, Convenient, & Confidential Online Physician consultations for Latisse Prescription for the treatment of hypotrichosis (not enough eyelashes) used to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker, and darker.
- RISK-FREE Online Physician Evaluation to determine eligibility for Latisse.
- If approved, the medical consultation fee is only $49.95 plus processing. You will be issued a prescription for Latisse plus 6 additional refills.
- Do NOT be fooled by sites that offer free doctor consultation and require medication purchase
- No medication purchase required at inflated prices. You get to choose almost any local United States pharmacy of your choice to fill your prescription. The prescription cannot be filled at an internet or online pharmacy, or a .COM version of a local pharmacy, or a foreign or Canadian pharmacy.
- If you do not qualify for a Latisse prescription, your visit is FREE.
- Express service available: Your Latisse prescription will be called into a local US pharmacy of your choice within approximately 24 hours.
HOW TO REQUEST A PHYSICIAN CONSULTATION FOR AN LATISSE PRESCRIPTION:
- First read about Latisse and learn more about its indications and contraindications.
- If you do not have any contraindications, then read and agree to the Waiver of Liability.
- Next, accurately and truthfully complete and submit a medical consultation questionnaire
- Your medial consultation will be reviewed by one of our Physicians. If approved you will be issued a prescription with six refills that you can fill at most any local US pharmacy of your choice.
- EXPRESS service is available: Your prescription will be called into a local U.S. pharmacy of your choice in approximately 24 hours.
- This physician evaluation is RISK-FREE. If a Latisse prescription is not appropriate for you there is No charge.
- If you have any health concerns in any way, you should contact your own physician for further advice
A FEW SIMPLE STEPS CAN LEAD TO GREAT LASHES
Applying LATISSE (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03% is all about consistency and precision. Once you follow the basic guidelines, the results will come gradually over time. To see the full effect of your eyelash transformation, take a “before” picture before you start the treatment, and keep taking pictures every 4 weeks to chart your progress.
Directions for nightly use:
Step 1: 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.
Step 2 : prepare the applicator
Remove an applicator from its tray. Then, holding the sterile applicator horizontally, place one drop of LATISSE solution on the area of the applicator closest to the tip but not on the tip.
Step 3: apply to skin using applicator
Immediately draw the applicator carefully along the skin at the base of the upper eyelashes (where the eyelashes meet the skin) just as you would apply liquid eyeliner. This area should feel lightly moist without runoff.
Step 4: Blot excess
Blot any excess solution beyond the eyelid with a tissue.
Step 5: dispose of applicator
Your Guide to getting the Most Benefits from Latisse: Tips for Success
Try to incorporate Latisse into your nightly routine – for example, after you’ve washed your face and brushed your teeth
Keep it Handy:
Store the Latisse bottle near your other skincare products or toothbrush, so you won’t forget to apply it each night
Latisse (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution ) 0.03% takes time to work. Only use it once a night, and don’t overuse it. Overuse can increase the chance of experiencing eye redness or itchiness.
If your eye makeup remover leaves an oily residue on your eyelids, wipe off any excess oils with soap and water to ensure a clean surface before you apply Latisse.
Follow the Rules:
Always use the sterile, disposable FDA-approved applicator provided in the kit. Don’t try to apply Latisse with a cotton swab. The Latisse applicator is specially designed to hold a drop and release a drop, as well as ensure safety and maximize effectiveness.
Don’t Play Catch Up:
If you miss a dose one night, don’t apply more just to catch up. Simply apply Latisse the next evening and stay on schedule.
Beware of Germs:
Don’t let the tip of the bottle or applicator contact your fingers or any other unintended surface, in order to avoid contamination.
Chart Your Progress:
When you start using Latisse solution, mark your calendar and take pictures to chart your progress: Week 0, week 4, 8, 12, and 16 to have your own photo gallery of before and after results.
WHAT IS LATISSE?
Latisse, bimatoprost ophthalmic solution 0.03%, is the first and only FDA-approved prescription treatment used to treat hypotrichosis (inadequate or not enough eyelashes). Latisse was unanimously approved in December of 2008. Latisse is a medication that will naturally grow your own eyelashes – thicker, longer, and darker. Originally Latisse was used as a treatment for glaucoma and patients noticed their eyelashes were longer while using the medication.
HOW DOES LATISSE WORK?
Latisse is made by Allergan. The exact mechanics of how it works is unknown, but it is believed to affect the anagen growth phase of the eyelash hair cycle in two ways. First, it increases the length of the growth phase, and second, it increases the number of hairs in this growth phase.
WILL LATISSE WORK FOR ME? WHAT ARE THE INDICATIONS?
Latisse has been extensively studied by Allergan and it is found to be effective in over 78% of users reporting significant improvements in length, thickness, and color of eyelashes in 16 weeks.
HOW LONG BEFORE I SEE RESULTS?
You should start to see results in just a few weeks. In clinical trials, you can begin to see improvements as early as 4 weeks. The majority saw a significant improvement by two months and you will see maximum results by 16 weeks. Eyelashes typically grew to be 106% thicker, 25% longer, and 18% darker.
HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO USE LATISSE?
The underlying predisposition to hypotrichosis, insufficient eyelashes are always present. If you decide to stop using Latisse, usually the results recede within about two months. With regular use, your eyelashes will remain lush, long, and thick without any fuss.
IS LATISSE DIFFERENT FROM NON-PRESCRIPTION PRODUCTS FOR EYELASH GROWTH?
Yes. Latisse solution is the ONLY and the first prescription treatment approved by the FDA and clinically proven to grow eyelashes fuller, longer, thicker, and darker. It is the only prescription-strength product available made under strict pharmaceutical standards.
WHEN? HOW DO I USE LATISSE?
Latisse is a once-a-day treatment that is applied topically and externally (never apply in the eye) each evening to the base of the UPPER eyelash only just the same as you would be applying eyeliner.
WHAT SHOULD I USE TO APPLY LATISSE?
Always use the FDA-approved sterile applicators to apply Latisse solution directly to the base of your upper eyelashes. The applicators have been specially designed and manufactured to meet FDA standards and to ensure the correct dose of Latisse. Using only the FDA applicators will assure safety and maximize effectiveness.
WHY IS LATISSE ONLY APPLIED TO THE BASE OF THE UPPER EYELASHES?
A clinical trial of Latisse was conducted on patients who applied the product to the base of their upper lashes only. Applied nightly, the transfer of Latisse solution from the upper to lower eyelid may occur naturally because the eyelids are closed and the eyelashes touch each other. Over application may increase the chance of experiencing side effects.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I GET LATISSE IN MY EYE?
Latisse solution is an ophthalmic drug product. If any gets into the eye, it is not expected to cause harm. The eye should not be rinsed. You just should be careful to keep the tip of the bottle or the applicator from touching your fingers or surfaces in order to avoid contamination.
CAN I WEAR MASCARA WITH LATISSE?
Yes, you can definitely wear mascara. Latisse is not a replacement for mascara. In fact, mascara is a nice complement to Latisse to help make your new longer eyelashes look even more attractive.
WHAT IF I FORGET TO APPLY LATISSE?
If you miss a day, don’t try to catch up. Instead, just apply it like normal the following day. Using Latisse more than once a day will not increase the growth of your eyelashes and just puts you at a higher risk of side effects.
WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS OF LATISSE?
The most common side effects after using Latisse solution are an itching sensation in the eyes and /or eye redness reported in approximately 4% of patients. Less common side effects which can occur on the skin close to where Latisse is applied include skin darkening, dryness of the eyes, and redness of the eyelids.
Skin hyperpigmentation (skin darkening) is a possible side effect of Latisse in the immediate area where applied but may be reversible after discontinuation of the product.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I EXPERIENCE EYE ITCHING?
Eye itching may occur immediately after use, but should usually last only for a short period of time (one-two weeks during initial use). Eye itching alone is not an allergic reaction and doesn’t mean that your eyes are being harmed. If itching persists or you notice other symptoms consult an ophthalmologist immediately.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I EXPERIENCE EYE REDNESS?
Eye redness may occur immediately after use, but should usually last only for a short period of time. Eye redness alone is not an allergic reaction or inflammation and doesn’t mean that your eyes are being harmed. To minimize eye redness, use the FDA-approved applicators as directed.
CAN LATISSE CAUSE THE COLOR OF MY EYES TO CHANGE?
Eye color change, iris pigmentation, is not reported with Latisse clinical trials. Eye color changes were reported only in patients using a similar medication when applied directly into the eye to treat glaucoma/elevated intraocular pressure. Latisse is NEVER applied to the eye, only on the outer surface of the upper eyelashes.
WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT INFORMATION I SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ABOUT LATISSE?
- Latisse is to be used externally only.
- Latisse is not to be put in the eye, permanent discoloration of the iris (the colored part of the eye) could occur.
- Latisse is not to be used more than once a day before bedtime. Latisse is ONLY to be used on the upper eyelashes as if you were applying eyeliner.
- Latisse is NOT to be used on the lower eyelid.
- Always blot any excess, unwanted hair growth can occur if repeatedly applied to an area.
- Always used the FDA-approved dispensers and discard them to prevent contamination.
WHO SHOULD NOT USE LATISSE?
- Do NOT use Latisse if you have or have had glaucoma or have problems with intraoccular pressure.
- Do NOT use Latisse if you are using IOP (Intraoccular Pressure) lowering medications.
- Do NOT use Latisse if you are pregnant or nursing.
- Do NOT use Latisse if you are under the age of 18.
In order to proceed to the medical consultation, you must proceed to the next section and read the complete list of contraindications and safety information. Then you must verify that you do not have any of the contraindications .Under NO circumstance will Latisse be prescribed to anyone under the age of 18.
Before Proceeding to the Medical Consultation Form please read
CONTRAINDICATIONS, PRECAUTIONS and WARNINGS
and accept the Waiver of Liability
- Do NOT use Latisse if you are allergic to any of its ingredients: Active ingredient – bimatoprost. Inactive ingredients – benzalkonium chloride; sodium chloride; sodium phosphate, dibasic; citric acid; purified water.
- Do NOT use Latisse if you have or have had glaucoma or have problems with intraocular pressure.
- Do NOT use Latisse if you are using IOP (Intraocular Pressure) lowering medications.
- Do NOT use Latisse if you are pregnant or nursing.
- Do NOT use Latisse if you are under the age of 18.
- 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 eye drops such as LUMIGAN, Xalatan or Travatan, or other Prostaglandin analogs.
When visiting your ophthalmologist or are having your Intraocular eye pressure measured, always inform the physician that you are using Latisse.
LATISSE EYELASH SOLUTION SIDE EFFECTS:
Side effects are rare and experienced by only 4% of patients. The most common side effects are an itching sensation in the eyes or eye redness.
Other side effects less common can be skin darkening, hyperpigmentation of the upper eyelid skin where Latisse is applied. This skin color change is believed to be reversible when medication stopped. Other side effects may include eye irritation, dryness of the eyes, and redness of the eyelids.
Although never reported with Latisse, when the same active ingredient is used in the eye itself to treat glaucoma, it can lead to irreversible darkening of the colored part of your eye, the iris.
- Latisse is NEVER to be used in the eye.
- 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 only to prevent contamination
- Always blot excess Latisse – unwanted hair growth can occur if repeatedly applied to an area Latisse is SAFE when used as directed!
- Latisse is SAFE when used as directed
I DO NOT HAVE ANY OF THE ABOVE CONTRAINDICATIONS:
In order for Medical Wellness Center Physicians to provide you with the best care you need to reply honesty to all questions and you need to understand any and all risks and side effects associated with Latisse.
By accepting “I Agree” means that you have read the above contraindication and warnings and honestly acknowledge that you do not have any of the above contraindications to Latisse therapy and understand that insurance will not cover the cost of the medication. Also, that I am aware that I need to inform my doctor that I am using Latisse when I go to the ophthalmologist or have my intraocular pressure measured.