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Latisse®

Prescription Eyelash Serum

Pacific Dermaesthetics is an authorized provider of LATISSE® eyelash serum in Vancouver. If you are considering using LATISSE® treatment, please come into our clinic to receive assistance from one of our skin care professionals – all of whom have firsthand experience with the product.

Why Use LATISSE® Treatment?

LATISSE® serum is the only Health Canada and US FDA-approved prescription eyelash growth treatment to stimulate inadequate lashes; and clinically proven to cultivate fuller, darker and longer eyelashes.

To learn more, visit Latisse.com and Latisse.ca.

Buy LATISSE® in Vancouver

In order to purchase the treatment, you will require a prescription written by one of our doctors. You will then be able to purchase the treatment at our clinic, or at another authorized provider of LATISSE® serum in Vancouver.

Contact us to buy LATISSE® eyelash serum at our Vancouver clinic.

 

LATISSE®  is a registered trademark of Allergan Inc.
Frequently Asked Questions

What is in LATISSE® treatment?

Bimatoprost, the same drug used in glaucoma drops. Patients using these drops reported improved growth, thickness and colour in their eyelashes.

Will LATISSE® Eyelash Serum turn my iris brown?

There are no reported cases of Latisse® eyelash serum turning an iris brown.

How long will LATISSE® treatment take to show the effects?

Most patients report that they can see some change in their eyelash length, fullness and/or colour (darkening) by eight weeks. Full growth is typically achieved in 16 weeks.

What happens if LATISSE® solution gets into my eyes?

We do not recommend applying product directly into the eye. However, if some solution does drip into the eye, either blot it away quickly or rinse with clear water immediately.

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