Latisse/Lumigan “Bimatoprost 0.3mg/ml”
1 month (60 drops) £45
2 months (120 drops) £85
6 months (360 drops) £170
Plus £5 p+p includes applicator brushes
Latisse is the brand name for the eyelash enhancing characteristics of bimatoprost 0.3mg/ml, a prostaglandin analogue and is available in the UK under the brand name, Lumigan.
Lumigan is a prescription for hypotrichosis ( inadequate or not enough lashes) making eyelashes grow longer, darker and thicker. There are several eyelash enhancement products on the market but the only one that is FDA approved and containing the active ingredient bimatoprost 0.3mg/ml is Lumigan.
This eye drop when applied to the roots of the upper lashes daily for 16 weeks doubles lash fullness.
Eyelid skin darkening may occur which is likely to be reversible. Lumigan may cause increased brown pigmentation of the coloured part of the eye which is likely to be permanent. This is a rare side effect in those with mainly brown eyes.
Hair may grow on the skin that Lumigan frequently touches.If you have eye problems you must consult your doctor before using Lumigan. Common side effects are itchy or red eyes. When Lumigan is discontinued, lashes will slowly return to their previous appearance.
The Lumigan Bimatoprost 0.3mg/ml eye drop, when placed along the roots of the upper lashes is scientifically proven in clinical trials to lengthen, thicken and darken the lashes. The drops have recently been repackaged into tiny plastic vials. Each vial lasts about 4 days. I just wanted to share a tip with you. Once the lid has been snapped off the vial, it can be fitted back on again.
This latest addition to St John London clinics is situated 6 mins walk from Sloane Square and 8 mins walk from Victoria.
It’s in Westminster zone A but there are numerous parking bays on South Eaton Place and nearby (Chester Row, Ebury St , Elizabeth St, etc.) at £3.70 per hour Monday to Friday 08.30 to 6.30pm and Saturday 08.30 to 1.30pm.
“We are delighted to announce the opening of our latest clinic in the heart of Oxford. Weekly clinics will commence on Fridays from June 2019.”
Dr Helen St John MBChB MRCOG was one of the first doctors to offer aesthetic medical treatments in the UK 20 years ago when “Botox” was little recognised. Based in London where she operates out of four clinics she also has outlying clinics in Bath and Scotland.
Key to her ethos is that her clients look entirely natural following treatment. She recommends treatments that will make her clients more attractive and youthful but in a time frame such that no-one will guess what’s been done.
She also offers skincare products that she uses herself and “Latisse” eyelash enhancement which lengthens and darken lashes, backed by scientific trials in the USA.
Edinburgh: July 20th, Aug 31st, Oct 5th, Nov 9th, Dec 14th
Glasgow: July 20th, Oct 5th, Dec 14th
Aberdeen: July 21st, Aug 24th, Oct 12th, Nov 30th
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Afternoon/Evening: Wimbledon Park
Morning: Wimbledon Park
Modern rejuvenation techniques have empowered us in the fight against the effects of ageing, ensuring that we look our best and feel good about ourselves whilst enjoying our lives to the full.
The St John Clinic was founded in 1995 by Dr. Helen St. John MBChB MRCOG to provide facial rejuvenation using the latest proven techniques with muscle relaxing injections, dermal fillers and Obagi skincare as well as the treatment of hyperhidrosis, all provided with sound medical practice.
Whilst undergoing rejuvenation treatment at The St John Clinic you can be confident that you are in the safe hands of a fully qualified doctor as Dr St John carries out all treatments herself. Rejuvenation is carried out without surgery.
Dr St John MBChB MRCOG has worked as a doctor for 26 years. Much of her postgraduate training has been in the surgical specialty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology culminating in membership to the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (MRCOG).
Twenty years ago she saw the potential of non surgical treatments to rejuvenate the face. Her practice, the St John Clinic has expanded with the addition of a highly successful treatment for excessive underarm perspiration (hyperhidrosis)