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US Brand Name Lumigan, Latisse
Generic Name Bimatoprost
Other Brand Name Careprost
Packing 1
Manufacturer Sun pharma
Form Opthalmic Eye Solution
Strength 0.03% 3 ml

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Careprost medication is taken to reduced increase intraocular pressure. It is prescribed to patients suffering from the problem of intraocular hypertension or glaucoma. Careprost makes your eyelashes grow. It significantly increases the counts of hairs in the anagen phase, which is basically the initial growth phase. It also stretches the duration of hairs staying in the anagen phase, enabling them to grow more.


Careprost is the only verified medication recommended for the treatment of inadequately small eyelashes (hypotrichosis). When applied on the lash line of the upper eyelid base, the eye drops increase the volume as well as the length of the eye lashes. Also, the bimatoprost opthalmic solution is also prescribed for treating glaucoma. In case of glaucoma, it increases the movement of fluid out of the eye, ensuing restricted pressure.

Side effects

Slight burning sensation, itchiness, redness, irritation are some of the common side effects that are caused by Careprost. However, patients may also suffer from some other side effects such as cataracts, vision problems, growth of eyelashes, inflammation of the eyelids, iris darkening; punctuate epithelial keratopathy, eye tension, darkening of the eye lids, fatigue, Ocular pruritus, conjunctival hyperemia; augmented sensitivity to light. These adverse effects may turn problematic and hence, medical attention should be taken immediately on noticing such problems.


The medication is supposed to be maintained at 2º to 25ºC in its original bottle.


The active ingredient present in Carepost is Bimatoprost. It comes from the family of medications called prostaglandin analogue.

Dosage and administration

Normally, careprost’s prescribed dosage is one (1) drop in the affected eye(s) once daily in the evening. The dosage is not allowed to exceed its count from once a daily as it has been proved that more recurrent administration causes significant decrement in the intraocular pressure lowering effect.


On taking an overdose of Careprost, one should immediately run to his or her doctor. Overdose can cause severe eye problems and hence, patients are recommended to be extremely cautious about their dosage.

Clinical performance

Clinically, careprost’s commercially available forms of Lumigan, Bimatoprost Opthalmic Solution Eye Drop have shown positive results. However, it has been mentioned again and again, that for best results, patients should follow the dosage schedule, prescribed by their doctors.

Patient Information Sheet
For the use of an Ophthalmologist or a Hospital or a Laboratory only. Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution Careprost ® Composition: Each ml contains: Bimatoprost 0.3 mg Benzalkonium Chloride Solution IP 0.01% w/v (As Preservative) Aqueous Buffered Vehicle q.s Clinical Pharmacology: Bimatoprost is a prostamide, a synthetic structural analog of prostaglandin ... [Read More]