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Want to know how to achieve longer, fuller, and darker Lashes?

Latisse - by the creators of Botox.

Millions of women are in on the LATISSE® secret, and by talking to our medical team, you may become one of them.

Latisse™for Longer Eyelashes

How Latisse™ Helps

Latisse™ eyelash treatment is available through Euphoria Wellness Spa in Peterborough. It has been proven to grow:

  • longer eyelashes
  • fuller eyelashes
  • darker eyelashes

What is Latisse?

Latisse is an FDA-approved prescription treatment for inadequate, or not enough lashes.  It works by extending the lash cycle. As result, eyelashes do not fall out but keep growing.  Latisse contains Bimatoprost, which was originally used to treat Glaucoma. This glaucoma medication unexpectedly helped patients grow longer, darker, even fuller eyelashes.

How is it applied?

Latisse is not applied to the eye. It is applied like a liquid eyeliner at the base of the upper lashes. People begin to see the most dramatic results with Latisse in eight weeks. However, many report seeing the benefits just after a few weeks of use.

Can makeup be worn while using Latisse?

Yes, mascara can be worn while using Latisse. You can also wear other eye makeup. At the same time, Latisse applications will make your lashes longer, darker and thicker.

The Word on Latisse

"Before Latisse it would take 3 coats of mascara to have noticeable lashes . After the 3 months I could get away with 1 coat of mascara for the same look."

"About 4 months after starting, I saw more than baby sprouts of eyelashes. At 5 months of use my lashes are better than ever. And even without any mascara application, friends have been lauding my lashes."

"After using the treatment for 16 weeks, my used-to-be short lashes are longer and fuller. Now every time I catch a glimpse of my eyes in the mirror, I can’t help but marvel at my lashes."

"Now that my lashes are longer and darker, I’m doing more to draw attention to my eyes. I cut my hair shorter and I’m even wearing my contacts more to show them off."

Is Latisse a good treatment to give you fuller eyelashes? Just reach out  to us. We’ll get back to you.