Eyebrows are one of the most noticeable parts of one’s face, the thicker they are, the more beautiful you look. Thick, full eyebrows add definition to the eyes but if your eyebrows are naturally thin, you may be in need of a boost.
Here are some home remedies that can heal your brow.
- Coconut Oil
Dip a cotton swab in the oil and apply on your eyebrows and do a light massage. Keep it on overnight. Rinse with a face wash in the morning. Coconut oil works as a conditioner as well as a moisturizer and is great for improving blood circulation. The various proteins, as well as nutrients like vitamin E and iron in coconut oil, promote healthy and thick eyebrows. You can apply coconut oil on your eyebrows every day.
- Castor Oil
Soak a cotton swab in castor oil and apply to your eyebrows each night. Leave the oil on overnight and in the morning wash it off with some cleanser. Castor oil contains 85-95% Ricinoleic Acid amongst other fatty acids which apart from making the hair darker and reducing premature greying also locks in the moisture which makes the hair thicker.
- Aloe Vera
Apply some Aloe Vera to your eyebrows and give some light massage and after 30 minutes rinse your face with fresh water. Repeat it every day until you have grown as many luscious eyebrow hairs as you would like.
- Petroleum Jelly
Apply the petroleum jelly on the eyebrows and leave it on overnight. Rinse with water in the morning. Petroleum jelly conditions and retains moisture in your brows. The petrolatum compound prevents moisture from escaping and therefore keeps the skin moisturized.
- Exfoliate your brows
Use an exfoliating sponge or a soft brush daily to remove dead skin cells from your eyebrows and to stimulate the hair follicles. Taking the sponge or brush, make soft, circular motions on your eyebrows.
Article By: Dr. Himani