Long, full lashes contribute to the overall well-being of your eyes. They can become thin or fragile (a condition known as hypotrichosis) for many reasons– aging, illness, rubbing or pulling, or treatments such as chemotherapy. Sleeping in makeup or pulling false lashes off can also pull out or damage your eyelashes.
In some cases, you may simply have been born with sparse or short lashes. No matter the reason, bimatoprost 0.03% has been clinically proven to support increased growth, fullness, and darkness of eyelashes when used consistently. Ask your physician if bimatoprost online pharmacy 0.03% is right for you.
Bimatoprost ophthalmic solution 0.03% has not been tested on pregnant or nursing women, and therefore is not recommended for use during that time. Tell your doctor if you have glaucoma or other eye pressure conditions, have had recent eye surgery, or are planning to have eye surgery. Remove contact lenses and makeup prior to use. Apply only to the base of the upper lashes; do not use on lower eyelid, in the eye, or anywhere outside the treatment area.