Latisse is an innovative medspa treatment designed to grow eyelashes, and make them naturally thicker, longer and darker. Thousands of patients who are affected by thinning eyelashes or complete loss of eyelash hair use Latisse to improve their eyelash appearance. The procedure is simple and can be easily applied at home as per the treatment provider’s directions.
The key to success with Latisse lies in maintaining regularity and commitment to complete the full course of treatment. In about 16 weeks, most patients will experience optimal results with Latisse.
During the initial consultation, patients may ask the provider about the potential off-label use of Latisse for growing eyebrow hair. Motykie medical spa, led by board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Gary Motykie, provides Latisse treatment to patients in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and surrounding communities and suburbs that lie outward across the territory.
Latisse for Eyebrows
While Latisse medspa procedure is a safe and proven treatment to promote the growth of sparse eyelashes, many patients are also interested in enhancing the growth of their brows with this solution.
The FDA has approved Latisse specifically for upper eyelid lashes, and in fact, it is the only FDA approved product available for this purpose. Latisse is manufactured by Allergan, which is a leading company for cosmetic and medical products.
Latisse may serve the cosmetic needs of some patients who want to use it for off-label purposes such as growing the eyebrows. The solution has shown to help grow lower lid eyelashes as well as the hairs of the eyebrows. The directions for use clearly indicate that Latisse should only be applied to the upper eyelashes in precise quantities.
But sometimes the solution can reach the lower eyelashes, leading to their growth as well. Researchers believe that scalp hair follicles are less responsive to Latisse treatment, but there is increasing anecdotal evidence of success in treating some types of bald spots of the scalp with this solution. Eyebrows are one such area where Latisse may work favorably for a patient.
Patients want to have a harmonious appearance of the eyelashes and eyebrows in order to create natural looking results. Therefore, some of them are known to attempt using Latisse for eyebrows. Reports suggest that off-label use of this treatment to thicken brows produces mixed results. Patients report varying degrees of success in their effort to grow eyebrows with Latisse.
In some cases, the hairs may not grow in as thick as the natural eyebrow hairs and may turn out to be very fine hairs. Some patients report that the hairs that did grow were either too coarse or white colored. On the other hand, there are patients who have tried to grow eyebrows with Latisse with significant amount of success.
Latisse for eyebrows has not been tested or approved by the FDA. It may work for individual patients, and may be recommended in specific cases by a treatment provider. Patients in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and nearby areas have an opportunity to receive Latisse and various other cosmetic non-surgical procedures at the standout and percipient Motykie medical spa.
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