Are your lashes thinning over time? Millions of women are in on the Latisse secret. Discover the popular Toronto Latisse secret today and start growing lashes that are longer, fuller and darker. You won't be disappointed.
What is Latisse?
Hypotrichosis is a medical term that is used when you don't have enough eyelashes. Luckily we have Latisse as our solution. Latisse is the only prescription eyelash product approved in Canada to grow your natural eyelashes longer, fuller and darker. Although it requires a prescription, it can be applied by the patient without the doctor and it never requires any surgical procedure.
Who is a candidate for Latisse?
If you are disappointed with the thickness, shape, length, or darkness of your eyelashes and you live in the Toronto area, Latisse may be the solution for you. Simply book a consultation with us at the Canadian Dermatology and Plastic Surgery Centre to discuss your options.
Unlike synthetic solutions, eyelashes that have been enhanced by Latisse remain completely natural, thus resulting in a more natural aesthetic for the eyes and face of the patient.
How do I apply the product?
Latisse is remarkably easy to use. All you need to do is dab the solution along your eyelash line once a day using the provided sterile applicator. You should start by ensuring your face is clean, all makeup is removed, and contact lenses are removed (if applicable). Then carefully place one drop of Latisse solution on the disposable sterile applicator and brush cautiously along the skin of the upper eyelid margin at the base of the eyelashes. When used consistently, you will quickly see profound results that include longer, darker and thicker eyelashes.
You should be informed not to apply to the lower eyelash line. Also, any excess solution outside the upper eyelid margin should be blotted with a tissue or other absorbent material.
If you ever have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us for assistance.
What if I discontinue the use of Latisse?
If you discontinue the use of Latisse for whatever reason, your eyelashes will gradually return to the state they were in before you started using it.
Adverse reactions from Latisse
Latisse is a prostaglandin analog that may cause side effects in select patients and can have adverse reactions when used simultaneously with certain products.
The most common adverse reaction occurs when Latisse is used concurrently with any IOP-lower prostaglandin analog in ocular hypertensive patients. This commonly causes permanent changes in iris pigmentation.
Possible side effects from Latisse
Some side effects identified in patients using Latisse are:
- Unexpected hair growth on portions of the skin that Latisse regularly touches
- A permanent increase in the brown pigmentation of the colored portion of the eye
- Eye pruritus, commonly known as itchy eye
- Conjunctival hyperemia which is characterized by redness in the white of the eye
- Skin hyperpigmentation on the eyelid, which is a darkening of the eyelid skin and is usually reversible
Latisse - Frequently Asked Questions
Can I still wear mascara if I use Latisse?
Yes! There is no problem in using mascara while using Latisse.
What if I forget to apply Latisse?
If Latisse is discontinued lashes will gradually return to their previous appearance.
I got Latisse solution in my eye. What do I do?
If any Latisse solution gets into the eye, it is not expected to cause harm. The eye should be rinsed
How soon can I expect results?
It's important for patients to remember that Latisse solution works gradually. While you may start seeing longer lashes after 4 weeks, you must use Latisse everyday for 16 weeks for full results. You shouldn't stop or reduce daily application of Latisse solution just because you notice results. Please note that individual results may vary.
Do you offer financing?
One of our goals as a practice is to provide access to cosmetic dermatology, plastic surgery and med spa procedures to patients in Toronto and the surrounding area. That's why we offer financing options to qualified patients through Medicard, a reputable Canadian patient financing company.
Medicard offers a simple and affordable way to finance your treatment, ensuring that you don't delay your treatment due to cost concerns by offering you a variety of financing terms with convenient monthly payments.
Below is a table showing the approximate monthly payments required for various terms of your financing agreement. Please note that this is to be used as a general guideline only and your rates may vary.
*Based on financing $6,500
|6 months||$1,176 - 1,241/month|
|12 months||$559 - 660/month|
|24 months||$311 - 372/month|
|36 months||$215 - 278/month|
|48 months||$168 - 232/month|
|60 months||$139 - 206/month|
Please contact us today to learn more about your financing options or you may also contact Medicard customer service directly to have your questions answered.Apply Today