Latisse® in Portland, ME

Would you like to achieve naturally longer, darker, and thicker eyelashes? Now you can, with Latisse® at Cosmetic Enhancement Center of New England. We offer this effective eyelash solution to the residents of Portland and the surrounding cities of Maine.

What is Latisse®?

Latisse® in Portland, MELatisse® is a prescription topical product that is used to cause eyelashes to grow longer, fuller, and darker. The Latisse® formula lengthens the growth phase of the eyelashes, allowing them to grow for longer periods of time. Within just a few weeks of treatment, you’ll notice significant improvements thanks to the Latisse® eyelash solution.

How Much Does Latisse® Cost?

The cost of your Latisse® treatment at Cosmetic Enhancement Center of New England will depend on a number of factors. We will consider these factors in order to provide you with the full cost of your treatment during your consultation. To make this and other services more affordable, we are proud to offer financing through CareCredit®.

What is the Latisse® Treatment Like?

Latisse® is used on a nightly basis by applying a topical solution to the upper eyelashes. Latisse® eyelash growth happens gradually, with most patients noticing improvements in eyelash fullness and length as early as 4 weeks. You will notice the full results of treatment after 16 weeks of continued use.

Can I Use Latisse® for Eyebrows?

Currently, Latisse® is only approved for use on the eyelashes. If you are looking for a way to enhance the appearance of the eyebrows, you may want to consider microblading treatments.

How Long Will the Latisse® Results Last?

The results from Latisse® will last as long as you continue to use Latisse® on a daily basis. If use is discontinued, lashes will return to their original appearance in several weeks to months.

Are you interested in achieving Latisse® lashes? Contact us today to schedule your appointment with Dr. Maria Atkins and determine if you are a good candidate. Cosmetic Enhancement Center of New England welcomes patients from Portland, Maine, and the surrounding areas of New England.