If you have thin, short eyelashes, Latisse might be right for you. Castellon Plastic Surgery Center, led by board-certified plastic surgeon Mauricio J. Castellon, MD, offers Latisse and other MedSpa services for men and women who live in Melbourne, Brevard County and the surrounding communities of Central Florida.
Latisse is a prescription-strength product that is clinically proven to grow longer, fuller eyelashes. The active ingredient in Latisse (bimatoprost) has long been used for treating glaucoma.
Patients noticed that the eye treatment unexpectedly made their eyelashes grow longer. The makers of Latisse recognized the need for a product that improved the eyelashes and received FDA-approval to release the product for public use.
Unlike other options for improving your eyelashes, Latisse helps grow your natural eyelashes. You use the product at home by following a very simple process. You may not be a candidate for Latisse treatments if you have:
The bottle of Latisse has a special applicator on the cap that is used to apply the liquid to the base of your upper eyelashes. You apply Latisse at bedtime, and you do not need to apply the liquid to the lower eyelashes.
Most patients see a significant improvement in 16 weeks. When your eyelashes reach the maximum length, you must continue to use Latisse to maintain your longer eyelashes.
Have you dealt with the mess of mascara to enhance your eyelashes? Do you constantly find that your eyelash extensions fit poorly or come loose? Now you can have longer natural eyelashes with Latisse. Castellon Plastic Surgery Center offers Latisse to men and women who live in Melbourne, Brevard County and the surrounding communities of Central Florida. Contact us today to schedule your personal consultation.
Mascara and eyelash extensions are the most common forms of eyelash enhancement. Mascara is expensive and messy and does not actually lengthen the eyelashes. Eyelash extensions are costly as well, and the adhesive may not stick to your skin properly. You may find yourself with only one set of eyelashes as you go through your day, and this can be a very embarrassing experience.
Latisse is not covered by insurance, so you are responsible for the cost of treatment. We will provide a detailed cost after your consultation appointment. Castellon Plastic Surgery Center accepts payment by cash and check as well as credit card, including MasterCard and Visa. If you are interested in financing the cost of your treatment with Latisse, we encourage you to apply with CareCredit and LendingUSA.com.
Come visit Dr. Castellon and our team of and let us help you achieve the spectacular skin you deserve!
1499 S. Harbor City Blvd. #301, Melbourne, FL