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LATISSE®

What is LATISSEĀ®?

LATISSE is the first and only FDA approved product to grow lashes – fuller, longer, and darker – in people with few or inadequate lashes. Available by prescription only, LATISSE is available for purchase at Oasis Aesthetics and allows you to collectĀ Brilliant DistinctionsĀ points.

To learn more about LATISSE in St. George, UT, please reach out to us at (435) 627-8150 or schedule an appointment online today!

How does LATISSEĀ® Work?

The active medication used in LATISSE, bimatoprost, was first used in a common glaucoma treatment. Interestingly, patients reported a change in their eyelashes as a side effect. LATISSE increases the percentage of eyelashes in the active growth phase and makes that stage last longer. It is applied nightly with a disposable, sterile applicator along the skin of the upper eyelid margin at the base of the eyelashes.

Will I Experience Any Side Effects from LATISSE?

The most common side effects are itchy red eyes or eyelids. Tell your doctor if you have ever been treated for glaucoma, have macular edema, inflammation within your eye, have had any recent infections, or are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. The safety of this medication has not been studied in those currently breastfeeding.

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Meet Jordan Wallin, MD

Dr. Jordan Wallin was born and raised in Utah and was excited to return home to open his practice. His mission is simple – providing spectacular results that help patients recapture their inner confidence. Interested in learning more about Dr. Wallin? Follow the button below!

Meet Jordan Wallin, MD

Dr. Jordan Wallin was born and raised in Utah and was excited to return home to open his practice. His mission is simple – providing spectacular results that help patients recapture their inner confidence. Interested in learning more about Dr. Wallin? Follow the button below!

Will LATISSE Change My Eye Color?

When applied to the eyeball as a drop for glaucoma, bimatoprost has been found to increase melanin in darker eyes (brown and hazy eyes). Blue eyes do not contain melanin and are unlikely to darken with treatment. LATISSE, similar to bimatoprost, has a product warning that eye color may darken with treatment, although the chance of this is rare. When this happens, it will permanently darken the eye color. Eyelid skin darkening may also occur but is usually reversible if the product is discontinued.

How Long Will My LATISSE Results Last?

If you stop using LATISSE, your eyelashes are expected to return to their previous appearance over several weeks to months.Ā 

Longer Eyelashes in St. George ā€“ Oasis Aesthetics

To find out if LATISSE is for you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Wallin or simply ask our Master Aesthetician for more information during your consultation. A short questionnaire will help our team understand if this prescription medication is for you.

To learn more about St. George LATISSE eyelash treatments, please reach out to Oasis Aesthetics at (435) 627-8150 or schedule an appointment online.

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