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Latisse® has been used by celebrities like Mandy Moore and Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks to accentuate their eyes and enhance their eyelashes.
Clinical trials found that Latisse® improved eyelash length by 25%, thickness/fullness by 106%, and darkness by 18%. Results like these dramatically alter the appearance of your eyelashes.
Thousands of women all over the world have used Latisse® with great results. Numerous clinical studies have also found Latisse® to be effective and to have minimal side effects.
While there are many methods to alter the appearance of your eyelashes, only Latisse® is clinically proven to alter the growth phase of your natural eyelashes.
If you are interested in changing the appearance of your eyelashes, Latisse® is a great clinically-proven solution that increases eyelash length, enhances eyelash thickness, and deepens eyelash colour. By lengthening the growth cycle of the eyelash, Latisse® is able to improve all three qualities effectively.
Latisse® is safe for most but it is not for everyone. If you are considering laser eye surgery, have had prior eye trauma, or are undergoing therapy for certain eye diseases, Latisse® may not be appropriate for use.
Lethbridge’s & Raymond's dry climates can make dry eye run wild, especially in the hot summer months. If your dry eye symptoms are flaring up, visit us for individualized treatment of your symptoms. We’re here to help.
The Alberta Association of Optometrists (AAO) recommends that healthy adults have eye exams every one to two years (annually for kids and seniors). Eye diseases can creep up unexpectedly, and the best way to manage them is to detect and treat them early. Book your eye exam today.
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