You’ve made your appointment for Latisse® eyelash treatment at GOLDCOAST medspaand are eagerly anticipating the results. However, you are not quite sure what to expect and feel a bit anxious. Your mixed feelings of anticipation and anxiety are common, especially if you have never worked with our team before.
Here’s the fact: your eyelashes are about to look fabulous, giving you the confidence to skip your daily mascara routine. To combat your nervousness ahead of time, here is a list of what you can expect during your Latisse® treatments here at GOLDCOAST medspa. We can’t wait to see you soon!
How long does the treatment take?
Latisse® works via consistency, which means while you will be able to see some results by week four, treatment typically extends to 16 weeks for the full effect.
Is it safe?
Latisse® is currently the only FDA approved prescription treatment for eyelashes. It is safe and has few side effects.
What are the side effects?
Fortunately, Latisse® has few side effects. The most common are itchy or red eyes after application. However, these side effects were only reported in 4% of patients involved in the clinical trial.
Does it actually work?
It really does! Latisse® not only helps your eyelashes grow longer, but also makes them fuller and darker. You’ll notice a difference after only 4 weeks of consistent treatment, but maximum results occur at 16 weeks. We love seeing our clients marvel at their new, longer, fuller, and darker lashes. It never gets old for us to see that success!
What if I have specific questions?
The team at GOLDCOAST medspais available to answer your specific questions or address any concerns you may have before, during, or after treatment. Our patients can contact us about anything and we will be happy to help.
How can I make an appointment?
Are you ready to boost your eyelashes? You’ll love the results, we just know it. Give our office a callto secure your appointment today. We are located in the heart of the city, easily accessible on your way to or from work, or on your way home.
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