Get Longer, Fuller Lashes
With the Latisse eyelash serum, you can grow longer, darker, and more voluminous lashes naturally. With this growth serum, you can remove an entire step from your makeup routine and achieve the look you’ve always wanted.
how it works
Latisse is a prostaglandin analogue, used to prolong the active growth phase of your eyelashes. With a single prescription, you can maintain fuller, healthier lashes, and the application only takes seconds each day. Latisse allows you to wave goodbye to your thin, sparse, and shedding eyelashes in a safe, painless, and non-invasive way.
Simply apply your Latisse eyelash serum on the base of your upper lash line each night before you go to bed.
You will notice visible results in as little as eight weeks, with the full effect becoming noticeable in 12–16 weeks.
Latisse is a prescription eye solution that encourages eyelash growth and has been FDA-approved for over 15 years.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a prescription?
Yes, Latisse is only available with a prescription. At Pivital, we believe in assessing and treating the entire patient. One of the details that is often missed in aesthetic medicine are the eyelashes—an important and easily treated part of our facial appearance. We’ll do a lash analysis and assign a rating as a baseline before starting treatment with Latisse. Contact us to book your aesthetic consultation with Dr. Tetley, who can provide you with more information and determine if Latisse is right for you.
How long do results last?
Results will last as long as you continue to apply Latisse.
Are there any side effects?
While side effects are rare, some patients experience irritation or redness around the eye. Patients with light-coloured eyes should be warned of the possibility of brown staining to their irises, although in practice this is rarely seen, and typically only occurs when this medication is used as eye drops for the treatment of glaucoma.
Who shouldn’t use Latisse?
If you are allergic to any of the ingredients or have underlying eye problems such as glaucoma or eye infections, we strongly recommend against this treatment.