• Michelle Parsons

Upneeq Prescription Drops to Lift Eyelids and Open Eyes


Now at Renove Med Spa in Rehoboth Beach, we have Upneeq, the prescription eye drop that raises eyelids and open eyes wide for a less tired and more youthful look. If you feel like you may benefit from the eyelid raising effects of Upneeq, you may come into our office for the One Eye Challenge! Dr. Parsons will place drops of the prescription Upneeq in one eye, and we will be able to compare after a few minutes if you have had a noticeable response. If so, Upneeq prescriptions eyelid lifting drops may be right for you!


Upneeq is applied once daily to both eyes and effects last all day. Contraindications would be for patients who have untreated glaucoma. Upneeq comes in a box of a 45 day supply and retails for $240. We will offer a 45 day supply of Upneeq for $199 while supplies last.


Dr. Michelle Parsons will instill Upneeq Rx eye drops

Please give us a call to set up a time to come in for the Upneeq One Eye Challenge, 302-227-1079 or book your appointment online here https://go.booker.com/location/Renove/service-menu . There is no charge for the Eye Opener Challenge.


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