Careprost 3 ml of 0.03%

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Manufacturer: Sun Pharmaceutical, India SKU: GRM139
Careprost 3 ml. of 0.03% eye drops is used for the treatment of Glaucoma and other eye problems. It contains Bimatoprost as an active ingredient. Order now!

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What is Careprost?

Careprost 0.03 Eye Drops is an Ophthalmic solution that helps reduce pressure in the eyes of adults with Glaucoma.

High pressure in your eye can damage your sight, eventually leading to total blindness. 

There are many types of Glaucoma, and in every condition, the optic nerve connecting the eye to the brain gets damaged, usually due to high eye pressure.

The high pressure in the eye results from inadequate secretion or drainage of fluids (aqueous humour) within the eyes.

Bimatoprost, which is Careprost's active ingredient, helps relieve the pressure by helping fluid flow from inside the eye into the blood.

Besides being a well-accepted treatment for Glaucoma, Careprost eye drops is also an effective medicine for eyelash growth.

This FDA-approved medication is a Prostaglandin Analogue and requires a valid prescription from a doctor.

Sun Pharmaceuticals manufacture Careprost, which is often referred to as Careprost Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution. 

Uses of Careprost 

Careprost eye drops and its active ingredient Bimatoprost is an effective medicine for three medical conditions - Glaucoma, Intraocular Hypertension, and Eyelashes Hypotrichosis.


Glaucoma results from damage to the optic nerve due to high pressure in the eye.

As the disease progresses, irreversible blindness and the slow loss of retinal ganglion cells happen. 

Patients suffering from Glaucoma can use it alone or with other eye drops. However, it must be used only in the affected eye.

Intraocular Hypertension

Bimatoprost 0.03 eye drops decrease the high intraocular pressure caused by Ocular Hypertension.

Too much fluid accumulating in the eye can lead to high pressure, and Careprost helps drain the excess fluid.

High ocular pressure can cause permanent eyesight loss by damaging the optic nerve if left untreated.

Eyelashes Hypotrichosis

Eyelashes Hypotrichosis is a disorder in which a patient has insufficient eyelashes.

The leading cause of Hypotrichosis is genetics, but based on the patient's history, there can also be other reasons.

Bimatoprost is an Ophthalmic Prostamide analog approved by the FDA in the USA for treating eyelash hypotrichosis.

Bimatoprost Careprost promotes the growth of eyelashes and makes them longer, thicker, and darker when applied as an eyelash serum.

How does Careprost work

Careprost Eye Drops 3 ml is for external use only. 

Bimatoprost, a Prostaglandin Analogue, is a primary ingredient of Careprost eye drop. 

The ophthalmic solution works by increasing the outflow of aqueous humor (fluid in the eye) and, in the process, lowering the increased eye pressure.

Initially, the eyedrop was designed to treat people with Glaucoma.

However, researchers and patients soon noticed that Bimatoprost eye drops promote the formation of eyelashes by increasing the density and length of hairs throughout the growth phase.

As a result, Careprost has also become a popular cosmetic eye serum assisting in treating eyelash Hypotrichosis.



Since it is a prescription-based medication, your doctor will take certain eye tests before starting the treatment.

Your doctor will determine the appropriate dosage based on your age, body weight, and the results of the eye tests. 

It is better to stick to the doctor's advice and not get carried away while using this eye medicine. 

Do not stop using Careprost without consulting your doctor, as the pressure within the eye may increase again.

Note: Before the doctor starts the treatment, inform your doctor if you have undergone any eye surgery (such as cataract, etc.).

How to use Careprost

Bimatoprost Ophthalmic solution Carprost eye drops can be used for both medical and cosmetic purposes.

Based on what you are using Careprost for, its application varies. 

Whatever your requirement, this medicine is for external use only.

If you wear contact lenses, remove your lenses before using the eye drops.

Using eye drops as a Glaucoma patient

While using Careprost as eye drops for your Glaucoma treatment, please take it in the dose and duration your doctor advises. 

Before applying the eye drops, wash your hands properly and avoid touching the tip of the dropper.

Tilt your head back, look upward, and form a pouch with the lower eyelid by looking up and pulling it down.

Hold the dropper close to the eye without touching it, and gently squeeze it. 

Keep squeezing till a drop or two falls inside the lower eyelid. 

Now close your eyes and look downward for one to two minutes, then wipe off the extra liquid.

Avoid blinking and rubbing your eyes immediately after applying Bimatoprost eye drops.

Using the medicine as eyelash serum

If you plan to use the medicine as Careprost eyelash serum, start by washing your hands and face thoroughly.

Remove your contact lenses (if you wear them) and all eye makeup. 

Please take the applicator provided in the medicine box and apply one drop of the Careprost eye medicine on the brush. 

Then, instantly move the applicator along the upper lash line from the inner to the outer corner of the eye.

Do not rub away or remove the medicine applied to your eyebrows for a few hours. 

Missed Dose

Use this eyedrop at the prescribed time, as your doctor directs

If you forget to use Careprost Bimatoprost, apply it as soon as you remember

However, if the next scheduled dose is approaching, skip the missed dose


Do not exceed the recommended dosage of this medication to avoid unwanted effects

In the event of an overdose, visit your physician as soon as possible

Substitutes of Careprost

There are many substitutes for Careprost 0.03%

Other medicines using Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution as an active component include:

Side effects of Careprost

Most side effects of bimatoprost 0.03 eye drops do not require medical attention and go away when your body adjusts to the medicine. 

Immediately after applying for the medicine, your vision may get blurred, or you have other changes in vision. 

During this phase, do not drive or operate any machinery. 

This is a short-term side effect and resolves itself. 

Some of the other side effects include – 

  • Swelling of eyes
  • Redness
  • Pain in the eyes
  • Increased eyelash growth
  • Darker skin around the eyes
  • Blurred vision
  • Itchy eyes

You can consult your doctor if any of the side effects persist or if you are worried about them.

Your doctor may share ways to reduce or prevent some side effects or suggest another treatment. 


Interactions can happen when a medication’s constituents react with another medicine or disease. 

Drug Interaction

Some interactions with Careprost 3 ml include:

  • Travoprost Ophthalmic
  • Latanoprost Ophthalmic
  • Tafluprost Ophthalmic
  • Unoprostone Ophthalmic
  • Latanoprostene Bunod Ophthalmic

Disease Interaction

Some disease interactions of Careprost are:

  • Macular Edema
  • Fuchs' Dystrophy (cornea problem)
  • Renal/ Liver disease
  • Uveitis
  • Certain types of Glaucoma (angle-closure or neovascular)


Bimatoprost Careprost is a prescription medicine and must be used with caution.

Alcohol use while using eye drops can harm the liver

Avoid using this solution if you have known allergies for Bimatoprost 

Consult a physician if you are suffering from eye inflammation

This medication includes inactive chemicals (such as Benzalkonium Chloride) that may cause allergic reactions or other side effects. Consult your physician for the best guidance


Careprost must be stored in a cold, dry and environment. It must always be away from direct sunlight. 

The medication must not be frozen. 

Ensure that the aperture and lid of the bottle are clean and free of contaminants.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Careprost the same as Latisse?

While both Careprost and Latisse are used as eyelash growth serums, they are different medicines. 

Latisse is manufactured by Allergan, while Sun Pharmaceuticals manufacture Careprost.

Bimatoprost is the active ingredient that helps eyelash growth in both eye drops.

What are the side effects of Careprost?

Most side effects of Careprost eye drops do not require medical attention and resolve themselves. 

Here are some of the side effects:

  • Eyelash growth
  • Swelling of eyes
  • Redness
  • Pigmentation around the eyes
  • Increased eyelash growth
  • Blurred vision
  • Itchy eyes

Is Careprost FDA approved?

Yes, Careprost is an FDA-approved eye drop for the treatment of Glaucoma. 

The FDA has recently approved it as an eyelash growth serum as well.

What happens when you stop using Bimatoprost?

If you have been using Bimatoprost regularly, it is not a good idea to stop it abruptly. 

Your intraocular pressure may rise when you stop using the Careprost eye drops. 

Use the medicine for as long as prescribed by the doctor. 

Can Careprost be used on eyebrows?

Yes, Careprost can be used on eyebrows to treat eyebrow Hypotrichosis. 

Bimatoprost is Careprost's active ingredient and is highly effective and safe for the growth of eyebrows while inhibiting hair loss.

How long does a bottle of Careprost last?

If you use it as an eyelash serum, your first bottle of Careprost will last approximately 16 weeks (four months). After that, you only need to apply the eye drop once every alternate day - so the second bottle will last more than six months. 

How long does a bottle of Careprost last for Glaucoma patients?

If you use Careprost for treating Glaucoma, you will need approximately one every month. 

Is Careprost as good as Latisse?

Careprost has the same active ingredient and concentration as Latisse, so they are very similar medicines. 

Is Careprost a Bimatoprost?

The active ingredient in Careprost is called Bimatoprost, which is why it is also often referred to as Bimatoprost. 

Is Careprost safe for eyelash growth?

Since it is an FDA-approved drug, Careprost is both safe and effective for eyelash growth treatment. 

Who should not use Careprost?

Careprost is not approved for people under 18 years and pregnant or breastfeeding women.

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