Latisse™ Eyelash

Big moment photos require beautiful eyes

Latisse can more than double your lash fullness in 16 weeks. TNS eye repair is a luxurious under eye repair cream for brightening and improving puffiness, fine lines and dark circles. TNS (tissue nutrient solution)  is a proprietary growth factor blend that help rejuvenate skin.


Many women want longer, thicker and more beautiful eyelashes. Latisse™ is a prescription-only treatment to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker. Latisse™ is FDA-approved and available only from physicians.  Dr. Peterson will evaluate your medical history prior to beginning Latisse™. The product is available in our office the same day as your evaluation. The effect of Latisse™ solution is gradual.  In a clinical trial, the majority of patients saw a significant improvement by two months. Latisse™ eyelash is not to be used by patients that are at high risk for glaucoma.  Patients can continue to use mascara if they desire.  Due to the growth cycle of the eyelash, if a patient stops using Latisse™, they can expect to have their eyelashes return to their previous appearance over several months.

If you would like to learn more about Latisse™ Eyelash Enhancer, please schedule a consultation with Dr. Peterson today.

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