What is Careprost used for?
Careprost (bimatoprost) eye medication is a synthetic analog of prostaglandin, a substance that acts like a hormone, which helps patients with hypotrichosis. It promotes the growth of eyelashes.
What is the active ingredient in Careprost?
Bimatoprost is the active drug present in Careprost, which is used for treating glaucoma, ocular hypertension, and inadequate eyelashes (hypotrichosis).
Is Careprost FDA approved?
Careprost contains bimatoprost, which is nothing but a version of Generic Latisse. Bimatoprost is an FDA-approved drug, which is available in the United States. The clinical safety and efficacy of bimatoprost is well documented.
Are Latisse and Careprost the same?
There is no difference between Careprost and Latisse because both contain bimatoprost as an active ingredient. They are the same product advised to patients with inadequate eyelashes or hypotrichosis. Like Latisse, Careprost should be applied to your upper eyelids in order to get longer, darker, and thicker eyelashes.
What happens when you stop using Careprost?
If you stop using Careprost after using it regularly, your eyelashes may return to their previous appearance. Therefore, you should use it regularly without skipping or missing a dose. As the therapy progresses, you will begin to see an improvement in terms of length, thickness, and darkness.