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|Pro. Name:||Bimatoprost||Alias:||Bimatoprost, Prostamide|
|Packing Methods:||Foil Bag Or As Your Mind||Appearence:||White Powder|
Bimatoprost Pharmaceutical Raw Materials CAS 155206-00-1 For Reducing Eye Lop
Pharmaceutical Raw Materials Bimatoprost CAS 155206-00-1 For Reducing Eye Lop
1.Bimatoprost Basic information
|Appearance||white Crystalline Powder|
|Packing Methods||foil bag or as your mind|
|Delivery time||within 18 hours after payment confirmed|
|Payment||T/T, Western Union,Money Gram , Bitcoin|
|Usage||Bimatoprost is part of a group lipid compounds called prostaglandin.
Bimatoprost uses as an eye drop to control the progression of glaucoma.
Bimatoprost is part of a group lipid compounds called prostaglandin. Originally it was used as an eye drop to control the progression of glaucoma, an eye disease which results in damage to the optic nerve, and to manage ocular hypertension.
In 2001, pharmaceutical giant Allergan was approved by the FDA to use Bimatoprost as the active ingredient in it's medicine Lumigan. However during clinical trials, patients noticed that one of the side effects of using Lumigan was that their eyelashes were growing. And naturally, Allergan capitalized on this unintentional side effect by rebranding the same medicine as Latisse.
Bimatoprost is not suitable for everyone. Users with sensitive eyes may experience some side effects. Common side effects include itchy and red eyes. If discontinued, lashes gradually return to previous appearance.
3. Bimatoprost Fuction
An increase in pressure within your eye can lead to damage to the optic nerve at the back of your eye. When this occurs it is called glaucoma. Glaucoma can lead to a loss of vision if it is not treated. If you have an increased pressure within your eye but without any damage to the optic nerve, this is called ocular hypertension. People with ocular hypertension have an increased risk of later developing glaucoma. Treatment with bimatoprost eye drops helps to reduce eye pressure in people with ocular hypertension, and to prevent further eye damage in people with open-angle glaucoma.
Bimatoprost eye drops work by increasing the drainage of fluid from the inside of your eye. This helps to lower the pressure within your eye. Bimatoprost eye drops are available as bottles of eye drops which contain a preservative, and also as single-dose units which do not contain a preservative.
Sometimes, more than one type of eye drop is needed to keep the pressure in the eye low. If this is the case for you, you may be asked to use two different eye drops, or you may be given drops which combine more than one type.
4. How to Use Bimatoprost Eye Drops
1) Wash your hands well before you use the drops.
2) Open the bottle, or if you are using a single-use dose unit, remove the tip of the unit.
3) Tilt your head back a little and pull the lower lid of your eye downwards to form a pocket.
4) Hold the bottle or single-use dose unit upside down near to your eye. Try not to touch your eye as you do this.
5) Apply enough pressure to release one drop into your eye. Do not use more than one drop - using several drops does not improve your glaucoma but will increase the risk of side-effects.
6) Close your eye for a minute or two, and press gently on the side of your nose where the corner of your eye meets your nose. This helps to stop the drop from draining away and keeps it in your eye.
7)Repeat the process in your other eye if you have been told to use the drops in both eyes. If you are using single-dose units, there is sufficient liquid in one unit to put a drop into both eyes.
8)Put the cap back on the bottle, or if you are using the single-use dose unit, throw it away.
5. Bimatoprost Dosage
Remember to use the drops every day.
The drops can alter the colour of your eyes over time, and cause your eyelashes to grow darker and thicker.
|Appearance||White to yellow crystalline powder||White crystalline powder|
|Identification||A. Should meet the requirement||Conforms|
|B. Should meet the requirement||Conforms|
|Loss on drying||<0.5%||0.085%|
|Residue on Ignition||<0.1%||0.045%|
|Assay||98.0%~102.0% (Calculated on the dried basis)||99.5%