Careprost Eye Drops (Bimatoprost) work by lowering eye pressure so as to treat glaucoma. Many people have used Eye Brush Applicators (for use with Bimatoprost) to apply it to the eyelashes, so as to help them grow long and dense. It belongs to a class of medicines referred to as prostaglandin analogs. Glaucoma places the optic nerve at risk of damage which occurs due to the obstruction of aqueous fluid outflow and the subsequent increase in eye pressure. This medicine`s mechanism action involves causing a higher amount of aqueous fluid to drain from the eye, thereby relieving the pressure.
How to use Careprost Eye Drop
How Careprost Eye Drop works
Dosage and Administration
Physicians providing treatment to patients affected by glaucoma generally administering one drop daily of Careprost Eye Drop online (Bimatoprost) into the eye or eyes which are affected. Treatment of insufficient eyelashes requires a completely different process in which the solution is not instilled but rather is brushed on using Eye Brush Applicators (for use with Bimatoprost) to apply it to the skin at the upper eyelash base. Before use, make sure that all makeup is removed.
Patients have reported side effects after use of Careprost Eye Drops Australia to treat their symptoms, and a list of possible examples is given here:
- Itchy sensation
- Redness visible in the eyes
- Dryness or watering that affects the eyes
- Pigmentation changes affecting the skin around the eyelids
When should Careprost not be used?
You should not use Careprost eye drops 0.03% if you:
- are allergic to bimatoprost or any of the ingredients in Careprost eye drops
- are pregnant, intend to become pregnant or breast feeding
- have liver, kidney or respiratory disease
- are wearing contact lenses, you should remove your contacts and replace them after using Careprost eye drops
If careprost plus eye drop (Bimatoprost) are used with Eye Brush Applicators (for use with Bimatoprost) for treating the eyelashes, it must never be applied to the lower eyelashes.