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Careprost eye drops are medication prescribed to decrease increased intraocular pressure. Along with this effect Careprost increases eyelashes growth. During clinical application it was found that Bimatoprost significantly
increases eyelashes growth when is applied on the upper eyelid.
Bimatoprost is currently sold under the name Carepost and Lumigan, which
are used to decreases eyelashes growth and Latisse which is used to
increase eyelashes growth making them longer, darker and thicker.
Actually there is no difference between Careprost, Lumigan, Bimat and
Latisse. All of them contain the same active ingredient - Bimatoprost
ophthalmic solution 0.03% 3 ml, possesses identical effects and eye
pressure and eyelashes growth. Careprost is currently manufactured by
Careprost is a prescription medication prescribed by a doctor. The standard recommended Careprost dose for the treatment of increased intraocular pressure is one drop into the affected eye(s) once daily in the evening. If Careprost is stimulating eye lashes growth, in this case one drop is applied using an sterile applicator to the skin of the upper lash line of each eye daily usually before bed.
Bimatoprost ophthalmic solution is licensed to treat:
Increased eye pressure (ocular hypertension)
Open angle glaucoma
Careprost eye drops can also be used to increase eyelashes growth.
Try to follow your treatment schedule. If you miss a dose do not use the doubled dose. Apply bimatoprost ophthalmic solution next evening.
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Always consult with your healthcare professional before ingesting any medication.
Most common Careprost side effects include, irritation, redness, burning, itching in the eyes
Less common Careprost side effects include: vision problems, darkening of the eye lids, inflammation of the eyelids, punctuate epithelial keratopathy, eye strain or fatigue, iris darkening, cataracts, increased sensitivity to light
The medication should not be used in combination with Latanoprost (Xalatan) and other eye drops.
The medication should be stored in the original bottle at 2º to 25ºC
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