3 Natural Oils That Will Make Your Eyebrow Grow
After almost a year doing my eyebrow alone, I got a good recommendation to go to a professional. I have always been afraid of trying new people because my eyebrows are naturally thin. So I really take care to not make them thinner and not having how to reverse the damage!
However, after a year, I was no longer able to do them myself, so I accepted the tip. And to be honest, I could not be happier with the result. It was the first time I thread them – and although it hurts a lot – in about 15 minutes she was done! It was really fast and that’s how you realize how little amount of eyebrow I have hehe …
But I’m sharing all of this with you, because on that day the lady told me to use rosemary oil every night to make the hair grow. Although, I did know that rosemary is very good for lots of things, I’ve never heard that it was also good at this!
I even made a Story on Instagram and some people gave me other product tips that help too! Several were manufactured and there were two others that were natural. So today, I decided to share three natural oils that may help if you also have a slight eyebrow problem, either because you took too much hair of it or if they are naturally thin!
It is important to mention that the only oil I am testing is the rosemary one. The others, I am passing on the tips I received, and have searched for more information to be able to share the benefits as well! If anyone has ever used them, share it with us!
As I said, I did not know that rosemary had the power to activate hair growth and this happens because it stimulates circulation and nourishes the hair bulb. From what I’ve researched, it also has antifungal properties that help combat dandruff and other fungi, as well as stimulating hair growth.
The lady recommended me to pass it straight to the eyebrow. However, I’ve read that it can irritate the skin when used by itself. Many have indicated mixing it with some other oil as it may dry out the skin. I have been using it every night and I didn’t feel any irritation. However, like any other product, it is worth doing a test and see if it fits or not to your skin.
It’s been two weeks since I started and I’ve got some hair on it already! I will continue using it and hope to have a fuller brow and a more beautiful drawing without having to use makeup all the time!
I’ve known castor oil for a long time. I remember that I wanted to stimulate the growth of my eyelashes a while ago and almost bought it. However, I gave up because I was afraid it would irritate my eyes, since I used to use contact lenses all day!
Besides being great for eyebrow growth, it is used for hair loss treatment. It has a high content of vitamin E and other vitamins, in addition to minerals that boost the growth of the hair. Like the rosemary oil, it also stimulates blood circulation and prevents dandruff and other fungi.
With a cotton swab, apply every night and wash your face in the morning. You need to be careful when applying, as if you apply off the eyebrow, you might have hair in undesirable places!
This one surprised me! I had no idea that it could also be a great capillary stimulant. I knew of the nutritional properties of it to the skin, since it has several vitamins and a high moisturizing power. But I did not know that it was also indicated for baldness and eyebrow growth.
It is indicated to use the extra virgin, because the purer, the better. From what I read, this one has a slower process than the others, but if your follicle has not been harmed, it will help make it work again. Like the others, apply every day before bed and wash your face in the morning!
Have you used any of them before? Let me know at the comments!