Latisse® is a treatment that can help achieve the look of dark, full lashes without the need for mascara or falsies. Residents of Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Annapolis and the surrounding areas of Maryland can receive this effective treatment at the Facial Plastic Surgicenter of Dr. Papel, Dr. Kontis, and Dr. Brown.
Women often are quoted saying they simply won’t leave the house without some mascara. Why the emphasis on dark lashes? Full, dark eyelashes make the face look more awake, rested and youthful. In other words, what’s not to love? As we age, our lashes can become thinner and therefore, more difficult to see. Now, modern science has provided a safe, effective solution.
What is Latisse®?
Latisse® is an FDA-approved prescription medication to treat sparse eyelashes or hypochitrosis. The medication is in a liquid form and is applied to the lash line using a specialized, sterile applicator. This is done at home and as part of one’s daily beauty or skincare regimen. After just a couple weeks of use, our clients will notice thicker, longer eyelashes. Full results, of maximum thickness, are achieved in only sixteen weeks. At this point, we can recommend a maintenance program to achieve long-lasting results.
Latisse® Before and After Pictures
Latisse® offers patients a chance to have fuller, darker and longer lashes. Patients love the youthful alert look that comes with this amazing treatment. Women rave after receiving Latisse® treatments Facial Plastic Surgicenter. Many state that they do not even need to wear mascara anymore. All over Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Annapolis and the surrounding areas of Maryland, patients have been recommending Latisse® to their friends, and you can see why when you look at our before and after gallery.
For more than 25 years, the Facial Plastic Surgicenter has served residents of the Baltimore, Annapolis, and Washington, D.C. communities. Our exceptional staff and state-of-the-art equipment are ready to help you feel your best with Latisse® treatments. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment.
*Individual results may vary.
*Timeframe for recovery varies by patient.