Latisse in Phoenix, AZ
What is Latisse®?
How Much Does Latisse® Cost in Phoenix?
Latisse® is considered an elective cosmetic treatment; therefore, the cost is not covered by your medical insurance. After your consultation, we will provide a cost of your Latisse® product. Payment can be made by cash, check or major credit card. If you would like to make affordable, convenient payments for your Latisse® treatment and other services at Arizona Facial Plastics, we encourage you to apply for financing through CareCredit®.
Benefits of Latisse®
- Is approved by the FDA
- Enhances the length and volume of your natural eyelashes
- Does not require visits to a beauty salon or our office
- Has an easy process that you follow each night
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What Can I Expect from Latisse®?
When used as prescribed, Latisse® will give you incredible eyelashes in just 16 weeks. Each night before going to bed, you remove the special applicator from the bottle. Next, apply the Latisse® liquid along the outside base of your upper eyelashes. You do not need to apply the product to the lower lashes. When you close your eyes to sleep, the Latisse® liquid will migrate to the lower eyelashes.
How Much Difference Will I See with Latisse®?
You should expect to see changes in your eyelashes after three to four weeks. In clinical studies, patients saw a notable improvement in eyelash length and fullness in as little as 16 weeks. You may see full results in slightly less or more time.
Recovery from Latisse®
You will need to continue to use Latisse® to maintain the full results of treatment. If you stop using Latisse® or do not use the product as directed, your eyelashes will return to the thinner, natural state that you had before treatment.
What Will Latisse® Do for My Eyelashes?
Latisse® will not change the color of your eyelashes. With consistent use, the product will increase the length and fullness of your eyelashes.
Will Everyone Benefit from Latisse®?
Most people are able to use Latisse®. The product may not be right for you if you have an active eye infection or certain medical conditions that affect the eyes and eye area. Dr. Taghizadeh will advise you as to whether or not Latisse® is right for you.