Latisse/Bimatoprost

Latisse/Bimatoprost

Eyelashes are more than simply a cosmetic fringe. The eyelashes not only benefit one’s appearance, but they also protect the eyes from debris that may result in damage or infection. Eyelash thinning is typical as we get older; in fact, more than half of adult women reported seeing significant changes in eyelash thickness over time. After all, the natural cycle for eyelash growth and loss is every six weeks. When they start to thin or fall out at a faster rate than usual, you might be concerned and perhaps even embarrassed. Several circumstances can influence the health and fullness of your eyelashes.
 
Rapid eyelash loss (madarosis) sometimes indicates an underlying eye or bodily health issue.
 
 

Latisse/Bimatoprost

Eyelashes are more than simply a cosmetic fringe. The eyelashes not only benefit one’s appearance, but they also protect the eyes from debris that may result in damage or infection. Eyelash thinning is typical as we get older; in fact, more than half of adult women reported seeing significant changes in eyelash thickness over time. After all, the natural cycle for eyelash growth and loss is every six weeks. When they start to thin or fall out at a faster rate than usual, you might be concerned and perhaps even embarrassed. Several circumstances can influence the health and fullness of your eyelashes.
Rapid eyelash loss (madarosis) sometimes indicates an underlying eye or bodily health issue.

The Most Common Causes of Eyelash Loss:

There are a variety of causes that might cause someone to shed more lashes than usual. If you’re not experiencing hair loss on your face or scalp, eyelash loss might indicate:
 
●     Irritation from cosmetics. 
●     Blepharitis. (inflammation of the eyelids)
●     Trichotillomania. (hair-pulling disorder)
●     Skin cancer. 
 
At Studio R Aesthetics, Dr. Segura prescribes Latisse/Bimatoprost for eyelash regrowth to help you regrow longer, thicker and darker lashes. 
 

About Latisse® (Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution)

Latisse is a prescription, FDA-approved medication that can improve the appearance of thin, short, or sparse lashes. It may help you grow thicker, longer, and darker lashes that last long term with continued application – not simply for your beach getaway.
 
Latisse, marketed under the trade name Bimatoprost, has been clinically demonstrated to promote longer, thicker, and darker lashes. Initially, doctors tested this drug on people with glaucoma. They noticed that their patients also grew their eyelashes. Latisse is a prescription eye drop that might make eyelashes grow. It helps them to grow for a long time, and it makes more hairs grow too.
 
At Studio R Aesthetics, we are excited to help our patients regrow their eyelashes with Latisse/bimatoprost. When used daily, Latisse can produce longer, thicker, and darker lashes after three to four months. Latisse may be an effective treatment for you if your eyelashes are unattractive or you have eyelashes hypotrichosis.

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Latisse/Bimatoprost FAQs

Latisse is a liquid that you apply to the base of your upper eyelids. It may improve the length of your lashes if used daily. Latisse may also enhance the thickness of your eyelashes and make them appear thicker, as well as darken them.

It’s really incredible and simple to use! Simply apply the fluid to your lash line before going to bed each night (similar to eyeliner application).

You should start to see eyelash development after four short weeks, although the results may differ.

The most common side effects, although rare, include:
●     Itching.
●     Redness of the eyes.
●     Skin darkening.
●     Eye irritation.
●     Dryness of the eyes.
●     Redness of the eyelids.

Latisse works for as long as you keep using it, which means you may apply it once or twice a week after four to five months to maintain.

Yes. Latisse is a prescription medication that is only authorized for use by physicians. It may not be suitable for those with specific eye problems. To determine if Latisse is right for you, you should set up a consultation with Dr. Segura at Studio R Aesthetics. She will go over your medical history and other factors to determine if Latisse is the right treatment for you. 

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Latisse/Bimatoprost FAQs

Latisse is a liquid that you apply to the base of your upper eyelids. It may improve the length of your lashes if used daily. Latisse may also enhance the thickness of your eyelashes and make them appear thicker, as well as darken them.

It’s really incredible and simple to use! Simply apply the fluid to your lash line before going to bed each night (similar to eyeliner application).

You should start to see eyelash development after four short weeks, although the results may differ. At 12 weeks, it’s time to trim your eyelashes because they are so long!

The most common side effects, although rare, include:
●     Itching.
●     Redness of the eyes.
●     Skin darkening.
●     Eye irritation.
●     Dryness of the eyes.
●     Redness of the eyelids.

Latisse works for as long as you keep using it, which means you may apply it once or twice a week after four to five months to maintain.

Yes. Latisse is a prescription medication that is only authorized for use by physicians. It may not be suitable for those with specific eye problems. To determine if Latisse is right for you, you should set up a consultation with Dr. Segura at Studio R Aesthetics. She will go over your medical history and other factors to determine if Latisse is the right treatment for you. 

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