Lash Therapy

Are thin sparse lashes an issue for you?
Would you like fuller, longer and healthier lashes?

Today there are lots of ways of enhancing your eyelashes, from mascara, glue on temporary false lashes, or perhaps even eyelash extension, all aiming to help you get the long luscious, and luxurious lashes you desire. 
Approved in America since 2008 (there it is called Lattiesse), LashTherapy is a prescription solution for treating hypotrichosis, this is just the medical term for inadequate or not enough eyelashes. LashTherapy has amazing results which enhance, lengthen and thicken your eyelashes from the comfort of your home.

 What is Lash Therapy?

Our lash Therapy works on your eyelashes making them longer, thicker and darker by stimulating the hair follicle. Fuller thicker lashes are usually seen after 8 weeks and full results are seen after 4 months. 

A maintenance program of using the products twice per week is recommended to maintain results.

What happens to my lashes if I stop using the Lash Therapy?

The treatment is not permanent and if treatment is discontinued completely, eyelashes will gradually return to their original appearance over several weeks to months. However, after the initial 16 weeks use the maintenance use of 2-3 times a week is all that’s required. 

Will it work for my lashes?

The quick answer to that question is Yes! A comprehensive FDA study showed that women using a daily application of our eyelash growth serum for 16 weeks on their upper eyelashes saw both their upper and lower eyelashes grow 25% longer, 106% thicker and 18% darker. In general, 78% of users saw a significant measurable increase in length, thickness, and darkness of their eyelashes

How do I apply the Lash Therapy?

It is applied once daily similar to liquid eyeliner. One bottle of solution should last one month although a 4-month course is recommended for best results. 

How do I start LashTherapy?

This is a prescription product and as such, a medical consultation is required. All patients are required to have a consultation and assessment to ensure suitability for treatment. 

Contraindications include:

Pregnant or breast-feeding women

People with an allergy to it

People who have increased occular pressure

People with increased cranial pressure

People with liver disease

Patients under the age of 18 years 

1 bottle costs £50 and 3 bottles cost £140