Bimatoprost is a topical preparation formulated to stimulate eyelash growth. It is clinically approved, safe, and effectively promotes eyelash growth. It is a once-nightly treatment and should be applied to the base of your upper eyelashes. You will then see the improvement gradually. You may start to see increased length in as little as four weeks and may be able to see the complete results in 16 weeks. Its effective ingredient makes lash growth possible within a short period.
Usage of Bimatoprost for Eyelash Growth
Using the tip of the bottle (bimatoprost solution), apply one drop along the upper eyelid. You can also apply the solution with the help of an applicator. What you need to do is put one drop on the applicator and draw a line along the upper eyelid. Never forget to remove the excess fluid with the help of tissue. Repeat the process in the opposite eye. Do not apply the solution to the bottom eyelid. Apply once a day to enhance the beauty of eyelashes. Once the desired length has been achieved, start applying it once a week to maintain the desired length. If you completely stop using the solution, your eyelashes will return to their previous state. The formulation is used for lengthening eyelashes, which forces them to grow longer, darker, and thicker. To keep the procedure rolling smoothly, without interrupting the growth of the hair cycle, continue using it on a weekly basis.
Working of Bimatoprost
Bimatoprost helps eyelashes grow by increasing the number of hairs in the growth phase of the cell cycle of hair. It acts in a way that it not only increases the length of lashes but also thickens and darkens them. Moreover, the aim of Bimatoprost is to increase the number of eyelashes being produced, to create a voluminous look. Within a few weeks, longer beautiful eyelashes will start to be noticeable.
If you miss a dose of Bimatoprost, apply it as soon as remember, unless it is time for the next scheduled application, then skipped the missed application. Avoid applying two times a day.
Important things to remember
- You should not apply Bimatoprost solution to the lower lid.
- If you are using an applicator, then always use a sterile applicator with each application.
- Avoid touching the tip of the bottle or applicator, or another unintended surface, to avoid contamination that may increase the risk of
Possible Adverse Effects:
The most common adverse effect of the formulation is an itching sensation in the eyes or eye redness, which has been reported in most of the clinical trials. Bimatoprost may cause other less common adverse effects such as eye irritation, skin darkening, redness of the eyelids, and dryness of the eyes.
In case you develop a new eye condition, like infection or trauma, experience a sudden decrease in the vision, or have ocular surgery, you should immediately contact your health care specialist and seek his/her advice regarding the continued use of the formulation.