How It Works:
Bimatoprost belongs to a class of drugs called prostaglandin analogs. It lowers the pressure in the eye by increasing the flow of fluids out of the eye.
Headache, Eye irritation, Dry eye, Burning sensation in eye, Increased production of tears, Eye pain, Eyelid swelling, Increased sensitivity to light, Eye redness, Eye itching
Bimatoprost is used in the treatment of glaucoma (high eye pressure)
- Your sight may become blurred for a short time just after using bimatoprost. You should not drive or use machines until your sight is clear again.
- Do not use the drops when you are wearing contact lenses. Use your contact lenses 15 minutes after instilling bimatoprost eye drops.
- Bimatoprost may cause your eyelashes to darken and grow longer, and also cause the skin around the eyelid to darken. The color of your iris (a black circular portion in the eye) may also go darker over time. These changes may be permanent and may be more noticeable if you are treating only one eye.
- Tell your doctor if you are or planning to become pregnant or are breastfeeding.
- If you are using another topical eye medication, administer it at least 5 minutes before or after using bimatoprost eye drops.
Frequently Ask Questions:
Q. Is bimatoprost the same as latisse/Lumigan/latanoprost?
Bimatoprost is same as Lattise and Lumigan and not Latanoprost
Q. Is bimatoprost generic, safe and FDA approved?
Yes, bimatoprost is generic, safe and FDA approved
Q. Is bimatoprost a beta blocker?
Bimatoprost is not a beta blocker
Q. Does bimatoprost grow/regrow hair/eyebrows/eyelashes?
Yes, bimatoprost can grow/regrow hair, eyebrows or eyelashes.