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Careprost Eye Serum Review

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    Hello there, everyone! So, for all of you, here's a product review. I was only taking Rapidlash till three weeks ago, since my last post on Rapidlash and Talika, and I was still seeing benefits. After a month or two of utilizing Rapidlash, I didn't experience the same amount of length development as I did with Maximumlash.

    Of course, I'm always on the hunt for the next best serum, so I conducted some research to see if there was anything like to Maximumlash, and perhaps even anything equivalent to the more popular and pricey lash serum goods on the market. I couldn't see spending so much for something I'd have to replace every three months. Thankfully, I came across another lash serum called Careprost, which I purchased for $29 apiece with complimentary applicators and delivery from Genericaura.com. I've also purchased from genericaura for $30.90 with shipping.

    The variations between the two images, as you can see in the photos above, are minor, but significant enough that I switched to Careprost Eye Drops. Within the first week or two of using the serum, my lashes grew a little longer, and a few people commented on them. Second, Careprost had filled in the gaps between my lashes, bringing them all to around the same length, which was fantastic.

    Careprost contains Bimatoprost Ophthalmic Solution, which is a lower concentration type used by popular lash serums on the market, according to my pharmacist friend/fashionista, Linda, at.03 %.

    Careprost ingredients:

    Bimatoprost is the active ingredient (0.03 %)
    Benzalkonium chloride, sodium chloride, sodium phosphate dibasic, citric acid monohydrate, and filtered water are also included.

    Bimatoprost ophthalmic eye drops were first used to treat eye illnesses such as glaucoma and ocular hypertension, which affect many people as they age. Later, it was discovered that taking the Careprost eye drops to longer, thicker, and darker eyelashes as a side effect.

    I was a little stumped when I initially received the eye drop bottle, so I didn't try it out straight away. I had no idea what to do with it because all of the other lash serums I'd tried had a built-in eyeliner brush.

    However, the brush that came with my Careprost buy was a little too thick for my liking. Knowing that this solution could stain the eyelids, I applied it with a small eyeliner brush across the lash line every night. I noticed effects after only a week, and after three weeks, I am more than delighted with this serum. If you're using a lash serum for the first time, apply it daily for the first 4-6 weeks, then once a week to keep it in place.

    Careprost was very similar to Maximumlash in terms of effectiveness, but it produced superior effects. So far, I haven't noticed any staining on my eyelids as I did with Maximumlash, although it took me over three months to notice any discoloration on my eyelids with Maximumlash.

    Since then, whenever I've tried a new serum, I've only applied it to my upper lash line and left the bottom alone. If the serum did stain, it would just darken the top lid and leave the lower lash line unaffected. This would make me appear less weary and save money on concealer.

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