With Latisse Eyelash treatment you can have the eyelashes you have always dreamed of!

Having thick beautiful eyelashes is a feature every woman dreams of having. We are all familiar with beauty products such as eyelash curlers, mascara, and even false eyelashes that women use in an effort to achieve thicker, darker, and fuller lashes. Unfortunately, these products only offer a temporary fix, and will need to continue to be part of a daily beauty regime to keep the lashes looking long and lush. Until now…

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Ciao Bella Medical Center and Spa is proud to offer you a new alternative to daily mascara applications and irritating eyelash extensions. Latisse, the only FDA approved prescription eyelash treatment available, offers patients the opportunity for fuller, darker, and more beautiful eyelashes. This approved and effective eyelash enhancer will give you amazing results within just 16 weeks of your initial application.

What is Latisse and How Does it Work?

Latisse, a topical treatment of bimatoprost, was originally used for the treatment of glaucoma. Patients soon began to realize that while using Latisse, they experienced substantial eyelash growth…and they liked it! Since that time, the FDA has approved Latisse for those who want longer, darker, and fuller lashes. Latisse is the first and only prescription treatment for hypotrichosis, which is inadequate or not enough eyelashes, and is very effective in allowing patients to grow longer, fuller and darker lashes in a very short time period.

Keep in mind that Latisse does not only give the appearance of longer lashes; the lashes actually grow in longer, darker, and fuller. The active ingredients in Latisse works to affect the growth cycle of the eyelash hair which results in longer lashes. Not only does it increase the length of the growing phase, it also increases the number of hairs that grow to form the eyelashes during this time.

To learn more about Latisse Eyelash treatment contact us at (770) 683-9136 and talk to one of our specialists.