Eyelashes are an important part of your face that contribute to your beauty. Women of all ages wish to have long, thick, and dark eyelashes to look more attractive. They even become conscious about their looks if they find their lashes thinning or falling out. Though temporary techniques like applying mascara, fake eyelashes, and eyelashes extensions can give you thicker looking eyelashes, the thought of having beautiful lashes naturally is exciting.
Among all the other tried and tested methods, using Careprost is one of the best solutions for boosting the growth of your eyelashes. It is a solution that is recommended for treating hypotrichosis also. Though originally made to treat glaucoma, Careprost has now become one of the most recommended drugs for treating scarce eyelashes.
What is glaucoma?
Glaucoma causes damage to the eye’s optic nerve. This is mainly because the pressure inside the eyes starts to build up. Glaucoma can be inherited or may show up later in a person’s life. Careprost 0.03%, an ophthalmic solution helps in reducing the pressure built in the eyes.
What is eyelashes hypotrichosis?
Eyelashes hypotrichosis refers to a condition indicated by lack of eyelashes. A person suffering from this problem does not has enough eyelashes. This problem can either be congenital or occur due to factors like aging, improper diet, hormonal changes, allergies to cosmetics, etc. Careprost contains Bimatoprost that makes it an effective medication for treating this problem. Applying one drop of Careprost daily can give visible results in just 4 to 6 weeks.
If you have already tried all the natural growth remedies such as aloe vera, vitamin E, and castor oil to grow your eyelashes, and have found no results, it’s time for you to switch to Careprost.
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