Latisse for Eyelash LengthLatisse, made by the creators of Botox,  is the first prescription treatment approved by the FDA for hypotrichosis (inadequate eyelashes) used to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker.  It is generally believed to work by increasing the percentage of eyelash development during the eyelash growth phase.

This treatment is applied directly to the eyelashes, once a day. An applicator is supplied for each day of the month when you purchase the product.  Each day you are supposed to use a new sterile applicator.

Latisse Eyelash Treatment Video

Who is a Good Candidate For Latisse?

GBK-latisse-4(2)-largeIf you are generally unhappy with your eyelashes Latisse may be for you.  If you aren’t satisfied with the color, length or maybe you even use fake eyelashes every now and again you may want to talk to our doctors about trying Latisse.

If you are on heart medications, have certain allergic conditions or taking antibiotics you may not be a good candidate.

How Much Does It Cost?

The cost of Latisse depends on where you get it and any special promotions that we may be running or ones sponsored by the manufacturer (Allergan). Latisse is only available by prescription so you can’t get it anywhere else except for a doctors office. When you register for a Brilliant Distinctions account, you can earn points and savings on Latisse treatments!

How Do I Get Latisse?

At Cosmetic Laser Dermatology,  a board-certified dermatologist will provide you with precise instructions on how to get the lashes you want. We offer services to those in San Diego County including San Diego, and La Jolla, Del Mar, Carlsbad, Carmel Valley, Encinitas, and Rancho Santa Fe and all of Southern California. If you are ready to schedule an appointment with one of our physicians and get the lashes you always wanted, call (858) 943-2113

How Do I Apply Latisse?


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I maintain my lashes after using Latisse?

A: Once you’re lashes have grown to an ideal length, usually in about three to four months, you can start using the treatment every other day for lash maintenance. This will help ensure that your lashes stay thick, healthy, and beautiful.

Q: Can I wear mascara while using Latisse?

A: Yes, you can wear mascara since Latisse is not a replacement for mascara, but is a treatment for inadequate lashes. Using Latisse in combination with mascara can make lashes appear even longer and thicker.

Q: Are there other FDA approved treatments for longer, darker, and fuller lashes?

A: Latisse is the only FDA approved eyelash treatment to date for the following uses: inadequate lashes, longer lashes, fuller lashes, darker lashes. Latisse must be attained through prescription only.

Q: Can I ever stop using Latisse?

A: Once you stop using Latisse, your lashes are expected to return to their pre-treatment length and fullness over the course of the next several months, though each individual is different.

Q: Can I wear contacts when using Latisse?

A: You should not wear contacts while administering the treatment. Instead, remove your contacts before a Latisse application and wait fifteen minutes before putting them back in again.

Q: Who is not a good candidate for this treatment?

A: If you have an allergy to any of the ingredients in Latisse, you should not use the product. It’s important to consult with your dermatologist before beginning to use the product.

View our Latisse photo gallery for more before and after photos!

Speak With Our Dermatologists About Latisse Today

Please contact Cosmetic Laser Dermatology at (858) 943-2113 for more information about Latisse Eyelash Treatment and to schedule a consultation. We are located in the UTC area of San Diego, minutes from La Jolla, Del Mar, and Downtown San Diego.

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