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Careprost is a generic drug for Lumigan or Latisse, an eyelash growth agent manufactured and sold by Sun Pharma, an Indian pharmaceutical company. Lumigan contains 0.03% of the active ingredient Bimatoprost, a type of drug called a prostaglandin analog, which can make eyelashes grow up to 25% longer, 106% thicker, and 18% darker. is an eyelash growth and hair thickening agent that has been reported in clinical trials. Lumigan is developed and sold by Allergan, an American company, and contains the same ingredients as Latisse, an eyelash thickener. Careprost is an excellent eyelash growth and thickening agent that can lengthen and thicken eyelashes with a simple treatment that is applied topically to the roots of the upper eyelashes once a day. (keapurosuto, keapurosuto, bimatopurosuto)
What is Careprost?
Main active ingredient: Bimatoprost
Careprost is a generic drug for Lumigan or Latisse, an eyelash growth agent manufactured and sold by Sun Pharma, an Indian pharmaceutical company.
Lumigan contains 0.03% of the active ingredient Bimatoprost, a type of drug called a prostaglandin analog, which can make eyelashes grow up to 25% longer, 106% thicker, and 18% darker. is an eyelash growth and hair thickening agent that has been reported in clinical trials. Lumigan is developed and sold by Allergan in the United States and contains the same ingredients as Latisse, an eyelash thickening agent.
Lumigan is an excellent eyelash growth and thickening agent that can lengthen and thicken eyelashes with a simple treatment that is applied topically to the roots of the upper eyelashes once a day.
The active ingredient bimatoprost received official approval from the US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) in 2009 to treat eyelash hypotrichosis, and the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has been promoting it as a product called “Glash Vista” since 2014. It is a drug approved under the name
The active ingredient, bimatoprost, was originally an eye drop prescribed to treat glaucoma, but after an unexpected side effect of eyelash growth was confirmed, it was developed and sold as an eyelash growth and hair thickening agent. .
Bimatoprost, the active ingredient for eyelash growth and thickening, is not applied to the eye like eye drops, but is applied once a day along the eyelash line of the upper eyelid, resulting in longer, thicker, and more colored lashes. Gradually promotes the growth of thick eyelashes.
To obtain visible eyelash thickening effects, careoprost must be applied daily for at least two months. As long as you continue to use careloprost, the quality and quantity of your eyelashes will continue to improve, but once you stop using it, your eyelashes will return to their original state.
Many women wear mascara, eyelash extensions, and false eyelashes to make their eyelashes look longer, but these methods are actually very bad for the health of your eyes and eyelashes. Frequent use of mascara and false eyelashes can damage and weaken your eyelashes.
Careloprost, an eyelash growth and thickening agent containing the active ingredient bimatoprost, safely supports the natural regrowth of longer, darker and thicker eyelashes.
Sun Pharma, which manufactures and sells caroprost, is an Indian multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, which manufactures and sells pharmaceuticals and pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) primarily in India and the United States. Sun Pharma is currently India’s largest chronic prescription company, manufacturing medicines for various therapeutic areas including cardiology, psychiatry, neurology, gastroenterology, nephrology, diabetology, orthopedics, and ophthalmology. On sale. It is also a world-renowned pharmaceutical company offering APIs such as warfarin, carbamazepine, etodolac, clorazepart, anticonvulsants, steroids, peptides, sex hormones, and controlled substances. Sun Pharma’s acquisition of Ranbaxy in 2014 made it the largest pharmaceutical company in India, the largest Indian pharmaceutical company in the US, and the fourth largest specialty pharmaceutical company in the world.
The active ingredient bimatoprost belongs to a group of drugs called prostamide components. Used to lower intraocular pressure in glaucoma or intraocular hypertension.
The active ingredient bimatoprost is a structural analog of prostaglandin F2α, which has the effect of increasing the outflow of aqueous fluid from the eye and lowering intraocular pressure.
Although the exact mechanism of action of the active ingredient bimatoprost for eyelash growth and hair thickening effects is still unknown, it has an eyelash growth effect by increasing the length of the growth phase of the eyelash hair cycle and creating more hair follicles during the hair growth cycle. It is believed to bring about
How to use Careprost
After applying, keep your eyes closed for a while to allow the solution to soak in.
One application with an applicator or brush is enough to apply the right amount to the eyelashes.
Care should be taken when applying careoprost as it should not be applied to the lower eyelid.
Hair growth can also occur in other skin areas that are frequently touched by the solution, so be careful not to get the solution on other skin areas.
Always discard each applicator after one use. Reusing the same applicator again the next day can cause serious problems such as eye infections and allergic reactions.
When you stop using Careprost, your eyelashes will gradually return to their normal state.
Careprost side effects
Common side effects
redness of eyes
Rare side effects
Eye color becomes darker and discolored
If careloprost accidentally comes into contact with the eyes, several side effects may occur, including dry eyes and darkening of the skin on the eyelids.
Careloprost Concomitant drugs and drugs to be careful about concomitant use
In addition, there are some medicines and supplements that can be dangerous when taken together, so please tell your doctor or pharmacist about all the medicines you are taking, and check for contraindications and cautionary medicines for concomitant use.
Avoid using caroprost if you have eye conditions such as uveitis or conjunctivitis, macular edema, severe allergies, or skin infections of the upper eyelid.
Pregnant women should not use caroprost.
It is recommended that you avoid using careloprost if you are breastfeeding.
The active ingredient in caroprost lowers intraocular pressure, so if you are already taking other drugs that lower IOP due to intraocular hypertension or glaucoma, consult your eye doctor before using caroprost. .
Careloprost storage method
Careloprost should be stored at room temperature between 15°C and 30°C. Please keep away from light and high temperatures.
Do not store this medication in damp or damp areas, such as the bathroom.
Frequently asked questions about caroprost
1. What is Careprost?
Careprost is an eyelash growth agent sold as a generic version of Lumigan or Latisse.
By applying Careprost, you can make your eyelashes longer, thicker, and darker in color.
2. What is the difference between Careprost and Latisse?
Latisse is manufactured and sold by Irish pharmaceutical company Allergan and contains 0.03% bimatoprost. Careprost is manufactured and sold by Sun Pharma, a leading global pharmaceutical company in India, and also contains 0.03% Bimatoprost. Since the active ingredients are the same, only the manufacturers are different, there is no difference in effectiveness.
3. Is Careprost effective?
Careprost can be effective within 1 to 3 months of use. In a clinical experiment to confirm the effectiveness of Bimatoprost, the active ingredient in Careprost, it was reported that over 80% of patients experienced visible changes within 16 weeks of use. With Careprost, you can achieve changes in the length, color, and density of your eyelashes.
For the effects of Lumigan, please refer to “Effects of Lumigan”.
4. How does Careprost work?
Bimatoprost, the active ingredient in Careprost, has the ability to extend the growth phase of hair follicles. Therefore, eyelash growth is accelerated more than usual.
Bimatoprost also acts on prostamide receptors and promotes the drainage of aqueous humor. This can lower intraocular pressure and improve glaucoma.
5. Is Careprost safe?
Careprost is safe to use.
Bimatoprost, the active ingredient in Careprost, was approved in 2001 to treat glaucoma and ocular hypertension. Thirty-two clinical trials involving more than 5,700 patients have been conducted to date, and medical institutions have recognized bimatoprost as safe for long-term use.
6. Can Careprost replace mascara?
By using Careprost, you can make your eyelashes thicker and longer. However, if you want a more dramatic change in appearance, you can use mascara with it.
7. How much does one bottle of Careprost contain? How long will it last?
Careprost is sold in 3ml bottles.
Once opened, it is recommended to use it within one month. This is because once the package is opened, bacteria may enter. 3ml is enough for 2 to 3 months, but long-term use is not sanitary.
8. Does Careprost need to be stored in the refrigerator?
Store Careprost at room temperature, not in the refrigerator.
9. How do I use Careprost?
Careprost is applied to the upper eyelash line using a special applicator or brush. If you apply it to the lower eyelashes, it may stick to areas other than the eyelashes and cause side effects such as pigmentation.
For information on how to use Lumigan, please refer to the article “How to use Lumigan”.
10. When should I apply Careprost?
Apply Careprost once a day after washing your face at night.
Once your lashes reach their maximum length, use them two to three times a week to maintain them.
11. Can I apply Careprost more than once a day?
Apply Careprost no more than once a day. Applying more than that will not promote the effect.
12. What happens if I forget to apply Careprost?
If you forget to apply Careprost overnight, no problem. Start applying as usual from the next day.
13. Should Careprost be applied to both upper and lower lashes?
Careprost should only be applied to the upper eyelashes. If you apply it to your lower eyelashes, it will also stick to your skin and cause pigmentation.
14. Are there any alternatives to the dedicated applicator?
For hygiene and ease of application, we recommend using a special applicator or brush. If you would like to use something familiar instead, you can use nail brushes, cotton swabs, interdental brushes, etc. When using these products, Careprost may get in your eyes or get stuck around your eyes. Doing so may cause pigmentation. If you use something other than a dedicated applicator, be careful not to leave it in unnecessary space.
To prevent Careprost from coming into direct contact with your skin, we recommend applying liquid-repellent Vaseline around your eyes beforehand.
15. Can I use Careprost while wearing contact lenses?
Contact lenses must be removed when using Careprost. This is because contact lenses can become discolored.
If you want to put your contact lenses back on, wait at least 15 minutes after using Careprost.
16. What should I do if Careprost gets into my eyes?
Careprost gets in your eyes
No problem if you do. Careprost is originally an eye drop, so there is no need to wash it out if it gets into your eyes.
17. What happens if I stop using Careprost?
If you stop using Careprost, your eyelashes will return to normal within a few weeks to a few months. You must continue using Careprost if you want to maintain its effectiveness.
18. How long does it take for Careprost to be effective?
The time it takes to see results varies from person to person, but you will generally see visible results in about a month. The effects of Careprost appear gradually over time.
If you stop using Careprost, your eyelashes will return to normal within a few weeks or months.
19. Can I use Careprost even if I don’t have glaucoma or ocular hypertension?
You can use it. However, the active ingredient in Careprost has the ability to lower intraocular pressure, and if you do not have glaucoma or ocular hypertension, there is a risk that your eye pressure will drop too much if Careprost gets into your eyes.
Therefore, be sure to apply Careprost only to the eyelash line to avoid getting it in your eyes.
20. From what age can Careprost be used?
Careprost can be used by people over the age of 18.
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