Latisse in Santa Barbara: New Larger Size and Rebate

If you are looking to enhance the overall prominence of your eyelashes, LATISSE is the answer. Latisse helps grow eyelashes long and strong even when they have thinned due to aging. There are many eyelash growth products on the market but Latisse is the only FDA-approved treatment available. Latisse is easy to use – apply to clean, makeup-free…

Evolutions Medical Spa’s 5th Anniversary Event is a Success!

Evolutions Medical Spa, Santa Barbara’s largest medical spa, happily celebrated five years in Santa Barbara on Wednesday with 150 clients and friends! Owner and Medical Director, Santa Barbara cosmetic surgeon Dr. Terry Perkins, and the staff of Evolutions welcomed guests at 4:00pm and were surprised to find a line down the street of people waiting…

Looking for Long Lashes in 2010? LATISSE is Available in Santa Barbara at Evolutions with a Rebate

Evolutions Medical Spa in Santa Barbara carries the FDA-approved LATISSE eyelash treatment. Create longer, fuller, and darker lashes that are all your own in 2010! Receive a $20 Rebate on each box of Latisse – Only 40 are available at Evolutions. 1 box: $135 (normal price) – $20 rebate = $1152 boxes: $220 – $40…

Featured in InStyle Magazine – Latisse Eyelash Treatment Available in Santa Barbara at Evolutions Medical Spa

We’ve blogged before about the most effective, safe eyelash growth treatment called LATISSE! At Evolutions Medical Spa, we carry LATISSE not only because it works to create thick, beautiful lashes, but also because it is the only eyelash treatment that is FDA-approved, backed by clinical trials and developed by a leader in the eye care…

Evolutions Featured Product – LATISSE – Grow Your Lashes Longer, Fuller

What if you could have beautiful, long, thick eyelashes without extensions or heavy mascara? You can have that – safe and effectively with LATISSE. Now available at Evolutions Medical Spa! LATISSE – an FDA-approved eyelash treatment – grows your lashes longer, fuller and darker through an active ingredient called bimatoprost. Research suggests that this ingredient…