Don't settle for mediocre. Latisse Lashes can transform your looks with big, bold eyelashes for that stunning look day and night.
Though fake eyelashes are growing in popularity, why settle for fake when you can encourage your own lashes to grow longer and thicker?
Drop your falsies and your glue, stop scheduling individual lash implants, and embrace the reality that you can transform your lashes and achieve the natural look you’ve always wanted with Latisse.
From overuse of eyelash makeup products to natural hair loss or thinning, weak and damaged eyelashes will only get worse over time without treatment. If you have short, thin, or brittle eyelashes prone to breaking, you are not suffering alone. That’s why The Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center offers Latisse.
Latisse is an FDA approved prescription treatment for “inadequate” or short eyelashes.
Latisse will encourage your eyelashes to grow longer, fuller, and darker so you don’t have to rely on implants or glued on false lashes. Latisse allows you to take pride in the appearance of your eyes.
Composed of 0.03% bimatoprost ophthalmic solution, Latisse has been clinically tested for years to ensure its safety and effectiveness. Users of the treatment will topically apply Latisse to the base of the upper eyelashes once a day. Patients in the clinical trial saw results to the length and thickness of their eyelashes within 8 weeks, with full results after three to four months.
Imagine! In three to four months you can have the eyelashes you’ve always dreamed of having. When people come up to you asking whether they’re real or fake, you can smile wider knowing your eyelashes are real.
The Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center knows you want to look your best, and we’re dedicated to helping you achieve the look you’ve always wanted. Longer eyelashes don’t have to be a thing of imagination; we can help you make them a reality with Latisse.
If you are interested in improving the appearance of your eyelashes, contact The Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center and schedule an appointment today.