Latisse for Longer Eyelashes

Do you want longer, thicker, more dramatic eyelashes? Has there been a constant search to find the right mascara that looks natural, doesn’t smudge or require special products to remove it?

Latisse is the answer. It is the only prescription product approved by the FDA to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker. Studies have shown that Latisse can increase eyelash length by over 100%. Latisse is a safe and effective treatment with a proven track record. Since its first approval in 2008, over 2.5 million units of Latisse have been sold.

Latisse is applied to the base of the eyelashes at bedtime. You will start to see results in as little as 4 weeks and will realize full luxurious eyelash growth by 16 weeks. The key to realizing the maximal benefit is to simply make it a part of your nightly routine. It works best on clean, dry eyelashes, so make sure to remove all makeup prior to use. It comes with its own convenient applicator brushes. Be aware that using the product more than once a day will not speed up eyelash growth. Also, if you miss a day, simply resume using the product the next evening rather than trying to “catch up”. If you stop using Latisse, your lashes are expected to return to their previous appearance over several weeks.

Latisse is available through our office. Simply call today and start the process to grow more luxurious, dramatic eyelashes.


Center for Cosmetic Eyelid & Laser Surgery
Craig E. Berris, M.D., F.A.C.S.
77 Scripps Drive, Suite 201
Sacramento , CA 95825
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I had interviewed several doctors and my decision to have Dr Berris MD provide my surgical procedures was by far my best possible choice. And thank you so very much to his staff.

From first appointment for evaluation, staff getting authorization for upper eyelid surgery and forehead lift, and then to surgery, all staff were so helpful, courteous, and caring. I would refer others to Dr. Craig Berris.