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Applying eyelash extensions may seem like an attractive proposition – they look good, last for several weeks, and require minimal maintenance. However, there are several compelling arguments why applying them may not represent the wisest decision. Here are some of the factors you should consider before choosing them: Main Negatives Eyelash extensions are individually glued onto your natural eyelashes – this is labor-intensive (and hence not cheap) and does require...
Latisse is the FDA-approved treatment to darken, thicken, and lengthen eyelashes. We put together the following tips to help you get the most out of your Latisse treatments. 1. As Latisse must be used every night, and must be applied to a clean surface, it’s best to apply it as part of your normal bedtime routine, after you’ve removed your makeup and contacts, washed your face, and applied any other...
Eyelash extensions are a popular way to enhance the length and thickness of natural eyelashes, however they come with some significant drawbacks. These can include allergic reactions caused by the glue used to attach artificial eyelashes, infections caused by bacteria trapped by the artificial extensions, and even loss of remaining eyelashes as the extensions pull on individual eyelash hairs. Fortunately there is an FDA-approved treatment that is proven to be...
Ever since the days of ancient Egypt men and women have utilized different cosmetic enhancements to improve the appearance of their lashes. In those days people turned to substances such as soot to accentuate their lashes, and the bolder lashes were viewed as a sign of beauty. Luckily time has evolved cosmetic formulas, but the desire for longer and thicker lashes has remained the same.   If you examined the...
If you’re like most women, makeup is a big part of your daily routine. While makeup can be a great way to feel more polished and confident, I recommend taking a makeup holiday every so often for better, smoother skin. Read on to find out why you should consider a makeup vacation.
Dr. Ella Fedonenko explains how Latisse can lengthen and thicken your lashes for a more youthful appearance. Watch patients describe how it has exceeded their expectations.  
The same drug that smooths out your skin can help soothe your headaches if you suffer from chronic migraines. Severe, recurrent headaches significantly affect patient’s quality of life. Botox, consisting of botulinum toxin type A, decreases frequency of migraines in some patients. Botox for Migraines Botox is prescribed for people who have severe debilitating migraines. It is not approved for use in adults who suffer fewer than 14 headache days...
The allure of full and lush eyelashes has lead thousands of Americans to experiment with the cosmetic drug Latisse. Approved by the FDA 2008, Latisse is a prescription drug although it is easily obtained without a prescription through many salons or the internet. As with any prescription drug, it is especially important to use Latisse under the direction of a doctor. Many of those who acquire Latisse without a prescription...
Most women’s daily routine involves making their lashes darker, longer and fuller. Eyelash curlers, glue on lashes and volumizing mascaras are expensive, temporary and even sometimes painful and damaging. Latisse allows women to skip the drama of volumizing and darkening their lashes every morning. Many would agree that eyelashes are a sign of femininity and that the lush and glamour lashes can bring to a female is undeniably irresistible. Unfortunately,...
This December, will be the five-year anniversary since the FDA approved the drug for cosmetic use in eyelash enhancement. Today, Latisse is still the only one to attain such approval. People often ask, “Just what does that approval mean and why does that make Latisse the most desirable of all the lash lengtheners?” It’s a good question. And the answer is even better. Firstly, and most importantly, FDA approval not...
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Dr. Fedonenko is a member of the American College of Physicians and is Board Certified in Internal Medicine.

She completed her Residency at the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 1998 and since then has specialized in Cosmetic Dermatology.

She obtained additional training in aesthetic medicine procedures soon thereafter, and the results of her extensive training and experience show in each and every patient’s face. She’s a doctor that can truly been trusted with your skin care and anti-aging needs.

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