Expert Advice: Does LATISSE Really Work?

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Many of our clients ask us, “Does Latisse really work?” our answer is always a resounding yes! …What exactly is Latisse®? Simply put, Latisse® is a prescription treatment used to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker. When used correctly, our patients have had fabulous success with ah-inspiring results. This is why its one of our favorite product picks for the fall season; a time when everyone wants to put their best face forward during the roll out of holiday parties and festive celebrations galore.

3 Reasons Why We Like Latisse® 

  1. Who Doesn’t Love Full, Long Lashes? Over the years, women have been plastering on fake lashes, painstakingly scouring the aisle for the “Best” mascara out there, and sitting patiently in a chair for eyelash extensions. So it should be no wonder why we like Latisse®. Within 4 weeks you see length, within 8 weeks you see fullness, and by the 16th week you have your full, show stopping results.
  2.  It’s Not Complicated. No one has time for complicated skin care regimes (no one), so we cheer for the simplicity of incorporating your Latisse® application into your nightly routine. It’s a simple -1xday- application. Hassle free goodness!
  3. It’s FDA Approved. Here at WDC, clinical research and safety are always our top priorities. Although Latisse® may not be for everyone, we love its success amongst our patients and value the plethora of information available for patients looking to learn more, this is key to a great product pick.

So there it is, although Latisse® is not permanent, it is a fantastic option for someone looking for fuller, longer and darker lashes with proven results. Please ask any of our medical staff here at Wilmington Dermatology Center for more information on this product pick, we’re always up for sharing information on all our WDC products and services. And don’t forget all during the month of November we will have big savings on Latisse.  Buy two 5ml latisse kits and receive a free 3ml kit, valued at $120.

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