You have probably heard about Careprost, an eyelash enhancer that has been on the market since last so many years. If you have no idea about the safety and efficacy of this product then you turned down to the right page. Here, you will get to know how it works as an eyelash lengthener.

Careprost is a version of a glaucoma medication in the form of ophthalmic solution. It has Bimatoprost as the active ingredient, which was first used for glaucoma patients. All those patients who used Bimatoprost eye drops to treat their problem of ocular hypertension noticed an eyelash growth as a side effect. They noticed that the lash strands become longer and darker over time.

Clinical studies suggest that Careprost not only lengthens, but also darken and thickens eyelashes by a process that is not fully understood. It is believed that like the hair on your head, eyelashes sprout, grow for a while and fall out in the end. There is a complete hair cycle that works for eyelashes also. Bimatoprost in the product both extends the growth of the hair cycle and increases the number of hairs that sprout.

You apply this eye drop by touching it to the upper lash line with the help of a sterile applicator that comes along with the preparation. The ophthalmic solution spreads to your lower lash line automatically as you blink. Therefore, there is no need to apply it on your lower lash line. Manufacturer’s suggest that never apply it into your eye or onto your lower lid as it may increase skin pigmentation and hair growth outside the eyelid margin. You must clean your face before applying it. In addition, if you have applied makeup or wear contact lenses, then make sure that you remove both before using the product.

After a continuous use of two months, you begin noticing the difference in your eyelashes. Once you have achieved the desired results, after a period of four months, start using it on alternative days or twice a week to maintain the desired effects. Never try to stop using it, otherwise your lashes will gradually return to its previous state.

 

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