MINNEAPOLIS — Target’s in-store health clinics recently started offering consultations for eyelash lengthening and the treatment of hyperpigmentation of the skin and unwanted facial hair, according to a local news report.
The Pioneer Press reported that Target Clinics this summer began offering consultations for Latisse for eyelash lengthening; Vaniqa, which is for unwanted facial hair; and a treatment for hyperpigmentation of the skin. Target Clinic won’t actually dispense the medications but is charging $49 for a consultation that will result in a prescription for the medication, the article stated. The cosmetic prescriptions consultations are for those 18 years of age and older.
As previously reported by Drug Store News, RediClinic — which has 29 clinic locations at select H-E-B stores in Houston, Austin and San Antonio — also offers cosmetic services.
For $59 each, RediClinic patients can receive a consultation on Latisse; Lustra, which is a prescription cream that lightens freckles, age spots and other discolorations of the skin; and Vaniqa for unwanted facial hair.