This post is a partnership with Rory but all thoughts & opinions are my own.
Hey guys, so excited to be writing this blog post today as it is something that I truly feel will make your lives a little easier.
Let’s start with, What is Rory? Think of Rory as your online doctor’s office, where you can connect with a doctor about treatments for things like cold sores and eyelash growth all from the comfort of your home.
I used Rory to connect with a doctor about whether Latisse is right for me. Sign up was so quick & easy & I was able to be evaluated by a doctor from the comfort of home! If your doctor prescribes Latisse, you will receive FREE 2-day shipping! Latisse (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03% is available by prescription to treat thin, sparse lashes.
Please scroll down for important safety information about Latisse.
The best part is no waiting rooms & no trips to the pharmacy!! And if you have any questions at any time, you can message your doctor with your treatment questions.
I’ve personally used Latisse before in the past but always had to wait for a doctor’s appointment, drive in LA traffic to get to the office, & wait at the pharmacy before I can get my prescription filled. With Rory, I can fill prescription at home or anywhere else in the U.S.!
For Latisse, they offer both the 3ml bottle (typically recommended for people who are new to Latisse) & 5ml bottle (typically recommended for maintaining lash growth). You can sign up for Rory here for $20 off your first order!
It comes with a 30 day brush kit, 2 in each for each lash line so no need to use one brush for both eyelids, & they’re each sealed for sanitation! You could see results after 4 weeks (I did!), but you won’t see the full effect until 16 weeks.
I’m so excited to be sharing this online service with you & should you have any questions on the website, please leave me a comment below!
*Safety information on Latisse®
Do not use Latisse if you are pregnant, possibly pregnant, or breastfeeding, if you are allergic to Latisse or its ingredients, or if you have glaucoma or are currently using medicated drops for glaucoma. Latisse may cause brown darkening of the colored part of the eye (iris) which is likely permanent or eyelid skin darkening which may be reversible. If discontinued, lashes gradually return to previous appearance. For more risk information, please see the important safety information here.