Uses of Careprost Bimatoprost Solutions
Careprost is widely used for growing eyelashes. Bimatoprost ophthalmic is the active ingredient present in the solution that helps to increase the length, thickness, and density of the eyelashes. It also helps to increase the amount of fluid in the eye and is, therefore, suited to heal glaucoma too.
The administration of the formulation depends on the purpose for which it is being used. To cure glaucoma, drop solution in the eyes. However, for eyelash growth, use this solution on the eyelids only.
The solution should be applied once a day. It may take at least a couple of months to achieve the desired results. After that, Careprost must be applied only once a week to maintain the length and thickness of eyelashes. It is important that you continue to use Careprost as stopping it may cause your eyelashes to return to its previous state.
When careprost should be used
The administration of careprost solution depends on the purpose for which it is being used. If it is to be used to enhance eyelash growth, it should be applied on the upper eyelid close to the hairlines. It should not be applied on the lower eyelid. If it is being used to cure glaucoma, one drop of the solution in the eye is generally recommended. It is best to follow your eye specialist advice about when to apply the solution.
Careprost should not be used if an individual has the following conditions:
- is allergic to any of the ingredients of the solution
- is pregnant or is expecting to become soon
- is breastfeeding
- is facing kidney, liver or respiratory problems
- is wearing contact lenses. Users have to remove the lenses before applying the solution.
To begin with, it is essential that Careprost eye drops is used continuously for at least two to three months to achieve the best results. After you have got the desired length and thickness of eyelashes, you can use it just once a week, else your eyelashes may return to their original condition. However, you should continue to use it for as long as it is referred by your eye specialist.