Latisse

Our lashes tend to be long and thick throughout our youth, but a natural thinning occurs as we age. LATISSE® has been proven to reverse this decline in lash growth. It is the first and only FDA approved cosmetic treatment used to treat people with too few lashes. With Latisse, lashes can again achieve a longer, fuller, and thicker appearance.

How does Latisse work?

Latisse contains an ingredient called Bimatoprost that is known to enhance lash growth. It was originally used to treat eye conditions like glaucoma.

It is believed that Latisse affects the growth phase of the eyelashes. It does this in two ways. First, it increases the length of time that your eyelashes are in the growth phase. Second, it increases the number of eyelashes that are in the growth phase. The result is longer, thicker and fuller lashes. See the results for yourself.

Latisse Treatment Areas

What to expect

Dr. Nancy Swartz began studying the medication in Latisse even before its release as an eyelash enhancer. As board-certified ophthalmologists and experts on the product, Dr. Swartz and Dr. Cohen are excellent resources for patients seeking Latisse eyelash growth solutions in Philadelphia, in South Jersey, or on the Main Line.

After an initial consultation at one of their offices (in Bala Cynwyd, Voorhees, or Center City), patients can purchase Latisse eyelash solutions from Drs. Cohen and Swartz for use at home. It is applied at the base of the eyelashes using a sterile applicator provided with the bottle (or another applicator; see our blog, How To Get The Most From Latisse). It is important to note that with Latisse, eyelash growth works gradually, with most patients seeing full results around the end of week 16. After stopping the use of Latisse, eyelash growth will cease and patients' eyelashes will return to the length that they were before they started the treatment.


Latisse Before And After Photos

Befofre and after Latisse

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Using Latisse, this patient grew longer, fuller eyelashes.


Frequently Asked Questions

How much does Latisse cost?

Latisse comes in a 3 ml bottle (containing ~90 drops) that costs $109 or a 5 ml bottle (containing ~150 drops) that costs $155. At the time of your consultation, Drs. Cohen and Swartz will instruct you on how to get the most from Latisse. Most patients find that they can maintain beautiful lashes for less than $10 a week.

How do I use Latisse?

Latisse comes with disposable applicators. It is applied to the skin of the upper eyelid at the base of the eyelashes.

To use Latisse, begin by washing your face. Remove contact lenses and any makeup you are wearing. Place a drop of Latisse on the sterile applicator provided with the product, then brush the applicator carefully across the upper eyelid skin where the lashes touch the eyelid. Blot any excess solution with a tissue or soft cotton cloth. Repeat this with the other eyelid using a new sterile applicator provided in the tray.

How do I know if Latisse is right for me?

Latisse is very safe for most people, but it is important to see a specialist for an evaluation before beginning use of the product. At the time of your consultation, Drs. Cohen and Swartz will determine whether Latisse is right for you, and explain how to use the product safely and effectively.