Latisse Eyelashes

Latisse Eyelashes
“I don’t sell Latisse to others… my eyelashes do.”

– Sally Hayes

If you want longer, fuller, and darker lashes, Latisse is your solution. This is why Sally uses it herself, and why she proudly and passionately recommends it to all of her permanent makeup clients as a cosmetic solution for enhancing the appearance of their eyes.

Hypotrichosis

You have probably never even heard of hypotrichosis; nor did you likely have any information or idea you might have this medical condition. Hyportrichosis, also known as eyelash hypotrhosis, consists of abnormal hair patterns which can affect the eyelashes, mainly through a loss or reduction. If you find yourself wishing for longer and fuller eyelashes, you are not alone.

Latisse Solution

Latisse (Bimatoprost ophthalmic solution 0.03%) is a prescription treatment that many women are asking for based on the results they see first-hand from their friends. Originally approved by the FDA in 2001, Bimatoprost was originally prescribed for lowering the intraocular pressure for patients with open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension. Doctors and researchers quickly recognized unanticipated benefits when patients experienced growth of their eyelashes while taking this drug. Latisse was developed as a result of this discovery.

Safety Information

Check with your doctor to see if LATISSE solution is right for you. If you are using or have used any medical prescription products for treating eye pressure problems, it is recommended to only use LATISSE under close doctor care. Use of this product may cause an increase in brown pigmentation of the colored part of your eye which likely can be permanent. If you happen to develop or experience any eye problems or undergo eye surgery, be sure to consult your doctor immediately about your continued use of LATISSE. The most common side effects after use of LATISSE are eye redness and/or itchy eyes. If use of the product is discontinued, your eyelashes will gradually return to their previous appearance prior to treatment.

Contact Sally Hayes now to get your Latisse. Email or call (480)951-0539.