Visit Dr. Choe for Your Latisse Treatment Today
Have you ever felt a twinge of jealousy when you gazed at models with dark, long, thick eyelashes? If you’re like many women, you go through an aggravating daily routine of trying to accentuate your lashes. If you’re tired of curling, applying mascara and eyeliner with very little results, try Latisse treatment with Dr. Choe right away.
Dr. Choe, who is located in Virginia Beach, will consult with you about using this cosmetic treatment to make your lashes longer and fuller. Latisse is made by the producers of Botox. By applying this liquid product to your upper eyelashes each night, you will begin to see beautiful results in as little as eight weeks. By week 16, your lashes will be dramatically fuller and healthier.
The health professionals at The Choe Center will give you all the information that you need about this revolutionary product, as well as a prescription to get you started. There are some situations in which you may not be a candidate for receiving this type of treatment. These situations include persons who have glaucoma or are at risk for glaucoma, those with eye pressure problems or individuals who are allergic to the ingredients in Latisse.
If you are in the Virginia Beach area and you’re ready for a beautiful transformation, head to The Choe Center right away.
Some patients may experience side effects stemming from this treatment. These side effects include eye irritation, itching, dryness and darkening of the lid. Some patients may even experience a permanent darkening of the iris. Consult The Choe Center if you are experiencing any of these side effects while using the Latisse product.
Frequently Asked Questions about Latisse
The only FDA approved version of this treatment is manufactured by Allergan, the same company that makes Botox cosmetic products.
This eyelash enhancing product accentuates the growth phase of the hair follicles in your eyelases and causes more hairs to grow.
Clean your face with mild soap and water. Make sure you’ve removed all of your makeup. Remove your contact lenses if you wear these vision aids. Apply a drop of Latisse to the brush section of the applicator. Close your eye and apply the liquid to the area where your lashes meet the skin of your eyelid. Brush on the liquid from the inner corner of the eye, moving to the outer corner. Blot excess liquid extending beyond your eyelid with a tissue. Throw away the applicator and use a new applicator to repeat the process on your other eye.
No this product is not available without a prescription. Consulting with a doctor to obtain a prescription ensures that you are a good candidate for this treatment.