A cara is a large, colorful, sweet-smelling flower that grows wild in tropical and subtropical regions of the world.
The name cara comes from the Latin word for baby, cara, which also means sweet.
Caras are considered an essential ingredient in traditional Asian medicines, which can be used to treat a variety of ailments.
Caras are also used as an aphrodisiac.
The flowers are grown in the southeastern United States and in Florida, a state with the highest cara production in the United States.
Cara dyes are used as a base for cosmetics, perfumes, nail polish, and hair color.
Many caras are used in the cosmetics industry as a natural base for natural and artificial colors.