Latisse® is a topical solution that extends the growth phase of the eyelashes. Instead of remaining dormant, eyelashes are triggered into longer periods of growth. With Latisse®, the eyelashes are naturally able to grow longer.
ELASTILash™ is a topical solution that strengthens the eyelashes and protects them from damage. As a result, eyelashes will be less likely to break or fall out, allowing you to show off all of your natural eyelash growth.
Am I A Good Candidate for Latisse® and ELASTILash™ Treatment?
If you are looking for a way to naturally enhance your eyelashes, you may be a good candidate for Latisse® and ELASTILash™. At the Renaissance Center for Plastic Surgery & Wellness, we are proud to offer financing for Latisse® and ELASTILash™ treatments to make them a more affordable option for those who desire them.
How Do Latisse® and ELASTILash™ Treatments Work?
Latisse® and ELASTILash™ are available by prescription only, and they are used at home on a nightly basis. Simply apply the Latisse® or ELASTILash™ formula directly to your upper eyelashes.
What Can I Expect During Recovery Following Latisse® and ELASTILash™?
With Latisse® and ELASTILash™, there is no downtime or recovery process necessary. You can continue all normal activities both during and after treatment.
What Results Can I Expect from My Latisse® and ELASTILash™ Treatment?
The results from Latisse® and ELASTILash™ will develop gradually after beginning treatment. Most patients begin to notice results about six weeks in, with the full results becoming visible about 12 weeks after starting treatment. These results will persist as long as you continue to use Latisse® or ELASTILash™ regularly. If you discontinue treatment for any reason, your eyelashes will return to their original condition.
Are you considering Latisse® or ELASTILash™ treatments? Contact us today to get started by scheduling a consultation at Renaissance Center for Plastic Surgery & Wellness. We welcome patients from High Point, Burlington, Greensboro, and the neighboring communities of North Carolina.