Latisse in King of Prussia & Exton, PA

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Unveil the beauty of lush lashes with Latisse, the prescription solution designed to address hypotrichosis, promoting significant growth and enhancement in length, darkness, and fullness.

Enhance Your Gaze with Latisse

Latisse, a prescription eyelash treatment, is your key to achieving longer, darker, and fuller lashes. Designed to address hypotrichosis, Latisse extends the growth phase of your lashes for a visibly stunning transformation. Elevate your natural beauty and embrace captivating eyes with the power of Latisse.

How to Apply Latisse

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Am I a Candidate for Latisse?

If you desire fuller and longer lashes, Latisse might be the solution for you. Ideal candidates include individuals with sparse or insufficient eyelashes. Whether you wish to enhance your natural lashes or have experienced thinning over time, Latisse offers a non-invasive way to achieve the eyelashes you’ve always wanted. Consult with our specialists to determine if Latisse is right for you.


Before & After


The Latisse application is a straightforward process. Using the provided applicators, a small amount of Latisse is carefully applied to the base of the upper eyelashes. It’s crucial to follow the instructions and maintain consistency in application.


After application, mild itching or redness may occur, which is normal and typically subsides. It’s essential to avoid touching the eyes during the drying process. Full recovery is swift, allowing you to resume your daily activities without any disruption.


Frequently Asked Questions

When Will I See Results?

Results are typically seen by week 8 of consistent use, with full results seen by week 16.
The most common side effects are an itching sensation in the eyes and/or eye redness.
Eyelashes, just like hair, grow for a certain amount of time and then fall out. If you stop treatment with Latisse, newer eyelashes will not receive medication and will not continue to grow as long or full as treated lashes, resulting in a gradual return to the previous appearance of the lashes, before treatment.

Yes, it is a prescription product. We do need a signature upon every purchase. Sign your consent here.