If you are the Careprost user you may know the beneficial effects of the product. This document will help to existing as well as the new users to understand about Careprost in details along with the facts associated with it.

Careprost is an eye drop that was actually manufactured for treating glaucoma condition, but as we know that almost every medicine shows some sort of side effects when we pursue the treatment. Careprost is one such drug that turned its side effects into the positive one. Its side effects give wings to eyelashes naturally if somebody is using it daily for 12 to 14 weeks.

Working and Uses of Careprost:

Careprost is a generic version of  Bimatoprost which comparatively less pricey and equally effective in showing the desired results i.e. treating glaucoma or enhancing eyelashes.

Careprost contains Bimatoprost Ophthalmic (0.03%) as the active ingredient which reduces intraocular (IOP) pressure built in the eye. The solution is very much effective in treating IOP that occurs due to Glaucoma. Other than treating Glaucoma, Careprost has the ability to treat hypotrichosis (it is a condition that causes eyelash falling). The eye drops are helpful in treating hypotrichosis to make lashes longer, stronger and darker.

Experts consider Bimatoprost as the best way to treat sparse eyelashes issue. It not only saves your eyelashes to become fall but also promote them to grow faster and longer with a natural process.

How to apply Careprost?

Each Careprost pack comes with the instruction leaflet on how to use it. You can use a clean eyeliner brush or an applicator to apply the liquid on the hair roots of your upper eyelash line.

Wash your eyes and remove makeup and contact lenses (if you wear) before applying the solution. Wipe your eyes with a soft towel after washing them with water. Put a drop on a brush and spread it on the upper lashline equally, repeat the same process for another eye once you are done with the first eye. One drop of Careprost is enough to apply on both the eyes.

Best time to apply Careprost is in night time before going to bed. Also, consult your ophthalmologist before you initiate the Bimatoprost course.

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