Longer Eyelashes

Long, dark eye lashes have been a benchmark of beauty for centuries. Egyptian hieroglyphics celebrate women with long eyelashes. It's still seen every day everywhere from Hollywood, to the runway, to fashion magazines.

The Look You Want, The Process You Hate

Women have gone to great lengths to get the longer eyelashes they want, including the use of false eyelashes. Again, this gives them the look that they're after, but it's very high maintenance. Women want the full beautiful look of longer eyelashes, but hate reapplying mascara or false lashes.

Something New?

The bottom line in attaining one of the oldest and time-tested looks for your eyes doesn't seem to have gotten easier. Or has it?

At the York Laser and MedSpa, we offer a better way.*

Eyelash Growth Stimulation*

This product is the most groundbreaking innovation to ever happen for your eye lashes. (Federal law prohibits naming it because it is a prescrition drug). It is a Health Canada and FDA approved way to thicken and lengthen your eyelashes. This is true growth of your own eyelashes!

In most cases, patients will see their lashes grow gradually over time with some people beginning to see noticeably longer lashes in about four weeks.*

It's quite simply a liquid that you apply just like eyeliner once a day. You gradually see your eyelashes become longer, thicker, and darker until you achieve the look you've always wanted.*

In 2001, the company Allergan developed a medicated eye drop to treat glaucoma. Many patients using this medication began to grow longer, fuller and darker lashes as a side effect. Allergan then studied the medication's active ingredient specifically for growing lashes. By 2008 they had an FDA-approved product for lash growth.

This product is now used for cosmetic purposes, as well as for people suffering from eyelash hypotrichosis, a medical condition in which sufferers have inadequate or not enough lashes.

Our knowledgeable and experienced staff can help you with your eyelashes today. You can contact us by calling (905) 726-1126.

*Results may vary.