I plan on getting a breast augmentation done in the next month or so. Is it okay if start Latisse next week and continue to use it during my recovery? Or should I wait until after my breast augmentation and for how long? Thank You!
Can I Start Latisse if I Plan on Getting a Breast Augmentation?
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Latisse and surgery
Latisse and Breast Augmentation can certainly go together
Latisse used before breast augmentation surgery
Thank you for your question. It is fine to use Latisse before a breast augmentation surgery, there is no contraindication. Make sure you are using Latisse as instructed for the best results.
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Latisse and Breast Augmentation
Thank you for your question.
I don't see any reason why you cannot start using Latisse now. You don't have to wait until after surgery.
Using Latisse prior to a breast augmentation
There is no reason that you could not start Latisse prior to a breast augmentation. Latisse is not systemically absorbed.
Latisse Prior To Augmentation
Yes, you may use Latisse prior to breast augmentation surgery. The two are not related at all. Good Luck with both!
Latisse and Plastic Surgery
Latisse has quickly become one of the most popular non-invasive facial enhancements since it's introduction. This application has no interaction with surgery and you can use it before and after your operation.
You can absolutely start Latisse now and continue through your surgical recovery. There are no contraindications. Enjoy.
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