LATISSE is a treatment that is clinically proven to enhance eyelashes. If you are looking for fuller, longer, thicker and more beautiful eyelashes, LATISSE is the best option for you.
Sixteen LATISSE clinical studies were performed around the country and included 278 participants between the ages of 22 and 78. The results revealed that the majority of participants experienced an increase in fullness, length, darkness and overall eyelash prominence after 16 weeks of using LATISSE, although you’ll probably see an improvement in your lashes after 2 to 4 weeks like many of our patients.
Clinical trial results showed that people who used Latisse had 106% fuller eyelashes, 25% longer eyelashes and 18% darker eyelashes.
This product must be applied daily in the convenience of your own home. It is recommended to apply the topical solution nightly for a period of 16 weeks. Optimal results will appear by week sixteen. If use of LATISSE is discontinued, your eyelashes will return to their normal, short, thin state.
LATISSE has its own set of related side effects, as is the case for any medical treatment. The most common side effects include an itching sensation in the eyes and redness, which were reported by about 4% of patients. Other side effects include eyelid skin darkening, irritation or drying and redness of the eyelids. These side effects are rare and are expected to subside once use of the product stops.
Call (705) 302-0142 to book your consultation to receive your prescription for longer, beautiful eyelashes. You can also request a consultation via email here.
Dr. Emad M. Guirguis is recognized by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons as a general surgeon, with additional recognition as a cosmetic surgeon. He is certified by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario to perform cosmetic surgery, after completing a comprehensive cosmetic surgery certification process. Dr. Guirguis is also a member of the Canadian Association of General Surgeons. Dr. Guirguis currently has hospital privileges at Stevenson Memorial Hospital. Read more about Dr. Guirguis.