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MCLEAN, VA, June 01, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Latisse is a prescription solution for eyelashes that are thin, short, or light in color. Because your eyelashes can attract attention to one of your most prominent facial features, having full, thick eyelashes is an ideal way to enhance your appearance. However, many women find that age and genetics conspire to provide eyelashes that are not properly suited to accentuate their eyes. With the daily use of Latisse, you can experience the luscious eyelashes you have always dreamed of in just a few short weeks, and easily maintain your more luxurious look with continued application.
How Latisse Works
The primary ingredient in Latisse is bimatoprost. Bimatoprost has been clinically proven to encourage a longer, more productive hair growth cycle. With daily application of Latisse, the active ingredient continually produces longer, fuller, more appealing eyelashes. Because Latisse was initially used as a solution for certain vision disorders, getting it into your eyes will not result in vision disruption or eye care problems. Excess fluid from each application should, however, be removed with a tissue.
Latisse only works with consistent application. It can take up to 6 weeks for results to become apparent and discontinuation of the product will cause it stop working. Some studies have found that people who use Latisse inconsistently do not enjoy the same benefits as those who use it daily. This makes a commitment to continuing applications necessary to fully enjoy what this product is capable of offering.
Alternatives to Latisse
Latisse is the only FDA approved eyelash growth medication. There is no other actual solution for producing thick, long, attractive eyelashes. If you are unhappy with the appearance of your eyelashes, your only other alternative is cosmetics such as mascara. Like Latisse, mascara must be applied daily to achieve luscious eyelashes. Unlike Latisse, mascara does not actually give you longer, thicker lashes, it simply mimics their appearance. As an additional concern, many mascaras can actually damage your eyes, particularly if the applicator comes into close contact with your cornea. Mascara can also run, drip, and wear off long before you're ready to call it a night.
If you desire a long-lasting, true solution for thin, unbecoming eyelashes, Latisse may be the best option for you..
If you live in or around Northern Virginia and would like more information on Latisse or other facial cosmetic surgery procedures, please visit the website Nova Surgicare to learn more at http://www.novasurgicare.com.
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