Careprost eye drops is a medication used to lower the intra ocular pressure. It belongs to prostamides medication group and is an anti-glaucoma drug.

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Product Description

Careprost belongs to a group of medications named prostamides. It is an anti-glaucoma drug. It is used to reduce the high pressure inside the eyes. This drug may be used either alone or combined with some other drops named beta blockers, which have the same target: to reduce pressure.

The active ingredient is Bimatoprost.

Common use.

Our eyes contain a clear liquid that nourrishes them. It is being eliminated constantly from the eyes and a new liquid is formed to replace the other one and so on. In case if this liquid cannot be eliminated quickly enough, the pressure inside the eye grows significantly. And this is when we use Careprost. Its main principle of action consists in increasing the quantity of the eliminated liquid, thus reducing the eye pressure. If the latter is not reduced it may lead to glaucoma and vision impairment.

Administration and dosage.

Careprost eye drops should always be used as your doctor prescribed you to. It must be administered only inside your eyes. The recommended dose is 1 drop once a day, usually in the evening.

Precautions and warnings.

You should take into account that Careprost eye drops may darken your lashes and the skin around the eyelids. As well, the colour of your iris may become darker in time.

Driving and machinery use: Immediately after administration, you may have a blurred vision. Consequently, you should not drive until your vision gets cleared.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding period: taking any kind of medicine during these periods is strictly forbidden without consulting a doctor first.

Careprost eye drops may pass into mother’s milk, thus you should not use it during breastfeeding period.

Lenses: if you were lenses you should not use Careprost eye drops. At first you should take off your lenses, use the drops and after having waited for about 15 minutes you may put your lenses back.


You should not use Bimatoprost if:

  1.  you are allergic to bimatoprost or any other components of this drug
  2.  you have kidney or liver disfunctions
  3.  you are under 18 years old
  4.  you have previously had cataract surgery
  5.  you have dry eyes
  6.  you have had a viral infection or inflammation of the eye

Side effects.

Like all the other drugs, Careprost may cause side effects, even though not everybody may experience them.

Very frequently met side effects (more than 1 person out of 10 may be affected): longer lashes, slight reddening, itching.

Frequent side effects (1 person out of 10): allergic reactions of the eye, tired eyes, sensibility to day light, skin darkening around the eye, pain, blurred vision, red and itchy eyelids, headaches, high blood pressure.

Drug interaction.

In case if you use Careprost eye drops together with some other eye medication, you should wait for at least 5 minutes between the administration of these two. Anyway, you should inform your doctor about all the medications you are under, in order to avoid harming yourself.

Missed dose.

In case if you forget to use Careprost eye drops, you should administer one single drop as soon as you remember about it and then continue with your prescribed treatment. Do not use a double dose to make up for a missed dose.


In case if you use more drops than you should, it is improbable that you will seriously harm yourself. Nevertheless, if this happens, please contact your doctor for advice.