Due to COVID-19, with much sadness, we must temporarily close our medical spa, but we are still here for you and your families. We understand, despite this crisis, you may still have other illnesses or minor injuries that are unrelated to COVID-19 and do not need to be diagnosed or treated in a busy emergency room or urgent care. This is why we converted our medical spa into R+H PrivateCare. Now providing primary and urgent care treatments in a clean, private and safe setting.

During this time of social distancing, and concerns for unduly exposure to COVID-19, we have created a workflow that guarantees no patient-to-patient contact.

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P:(916) 209-0545 580 N Sunrise Ave Ste 150
Roseville, CA 95661

Longer, thicker, darker lashes

Latisse is an FDA-approved treatment to help grow eyelashes for people with inadequate or thin lashes. Have you noticed your lashes thinning over time? Latisse gives you thicker, longer, and darker lashes! Results last as long as you continue to use Latisse, and if you stop using it, your lashes are expected to return to their previous appearance over several weeks to several months.

What our patients say

"I've noticed my lashes thinning out over the last couple of years, so I tried several other products that promised to make them longer. None of them worked and I wasted a lot of money and time. I even looked into extensions, but had concerns about the real lashes being pulled out and the upkeep involved. After seeing a friend's results with Latisse, I decided to try it. It actually works!" – Kira B.

Why our staff loves it

"When Latisse first came on the market, there was concern from the cosmetics industry about an expected decrease in the sale of mascara, it is that good. There has actually been the opposite reaction, with an increase in sales because people want to show off their new lashes! We love being able to provide this for our customers because it just complements everything else we are doing and they love the results." – Angelica Olson


Will Latisse change the color of my eyes if I have blue eyes?

Before Latisse was used to enhance lash growth, it was traditionally used in the eye to treat glaucoma, as an eye drop medication. Approximately one percent of glaucoma patients using the drops in their eyes experienced a darkening of the pigment of the iris. That is where the "buzz" about Latisse turning blue eyes brown started. Theoretically yes, Latisse could turn a lighter color iris brown, but in all the clinical trials for Latisse, no cases were ever reported.

Will Latisse work on thinning and sparse eyebrows?

Yes! Latisse can be used to help fill in sparse eyebrows. It may also make the hairs grow longer so be prepared to have to trim more. You don't need much product – a tiny drop will work or use what's left on the brush after you do your upper lashes.

Longer, thicker, darker lashes

Latisse is an FDA-approved treatment to help grow eyelashes for people with inadequate or thin lashes. Have you noticed your lashes thinning over time? Latisse gives you thicker, longer, and darker lashes! Results last as long as you continue to use Latisse, and if you stop using it, your lashes are expected to return to their previous appearance over several weeks to several months.

What our patients say

"I've noticed my lashes thinning out over the last couple of years, so I tried several other products that promised to make them longer. None of them worked and I wasted a lot of money and time. I even looked into extensions, but had concerns about the real lashes being pulled out and the upkeep involved. After seeing a friend's results with Latisse, I decided to try it. It actually works!" – Kira B.

Why our staff loves it

"When Latisse first came on the market, there was concern from the cosmetics industry about an expected decrease in the sale of mascara, it is that good. There has actually been the opposite reaction, with an increase in sales because people want to show off their new lashes! We love being able to provide this for our customers because it just complements everything else we are doing and they love the results." – Angelica Olson


Will Latisse change the color of my eyes if I have blue eyes?

Before Latisse was used to enhance lash growth, it was traditionally used in the eye to treat glaucoma, as an eye drop medication. Approximately one percent of glaucoma patients using the drops in their eyes experienced a darkening of the pigment of the iris. That is where the "buzz" about Latisse turning blue eyes brown started. Theoretically yes, Latisse could turn a lighter color iris brown, but in all the clinical trials for Latisse, no cases were ever reported.

Will Latisse work on thinning and sparse eyebrows?

Yes! Latisse can be used to help fill in sparse eyebrows. It may also make the hairs grow longer so be prepared to have to trim more. You don't need much product – a tiny drop will work or use what's left on the brush after you do your upper lashes.

Call or text us today to schedule a free consultation. We can help you look and feel your best!

P:(916) 209-0545 T:Text Us E:info@rhmedicine.com 580 N Sunrise Ave Ste 150
Roseville, CA 95661