What You'll Get
Medusa’s gaze could turn men to stone, but maybe with sunglasses she could have turned them into something more practical, such as gasoline or pizza bagels. Ease your vision power with today's Groupon: for $188, you get a one month supply of Latisse eyelash treatment (a $127 value) and a pair of Vera Wang sunglasses (a $250 value) Robbins Eye Center in Bridgeport.
Robbins Eye Center's new facial aesthetics clinic expertly abets lash batting with prescription Latisse treatments and an optical shop stocked with designer frames. Latisse is a medication applied directly to the eyelashes; it works gradually to darken and lengthen the lashes, rather than brighten and shrink your head. When you stop using Latisse, your eyelashes return to their original appearance. The team of opticians at Robbins Eye Care have decades of face- and mind-altering experience, and can spot a Latisse candidate from across the street—though they stay attentive to your individual needs and eyelash dreams just for the fun of it.
Lash growth begins at home, where steady hands draw a disposable wand over the skin of eyelid-margins, blotting away excess liquid with a soft cloth. Longer lashes and new tendrils may appear wide-eyed from lids within 8 weeks, and rise to full height and volume within 16 weeks. Protect newly fostered lampshades from lash-dissolving lasers with a pair of Vera Wang sunglasses.
Latisse is an FDA-approved prescription drug that was developed to treat inadequate eyelash growth; be sure to carefully review the safety information on the Latisse website. If you have any history of eye-pressure problems or are using prescription drugs for lowering eye pressure, this treatment may not be right for you. If you have had eye surgery, glaucoma, or are pregnant, you should not purchase today's Groupon.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Must be 18 or older. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.