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10 Ways to Grow Your Eyebrows Faster and Thicker Naturally

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10 Ways to Grow Your Eyebrows Faster and Thicker Naturally

10 Ways to Grow Your Eyebrows Faster and Thicker Naturally

Eyebrows complete our facial look and are an important feature of your face. Too thin eyebrows overshadow the beauty of a person. One benefit of thick eyebrows is that you can shape them to your desired shape. Since chemical-based products can harm your skin and eyes,

here are some natural ways to help you grow your eyebrows:

1. Castor oil

This is an old remedy to thicken eyebrows. You can find castor oil easily in many stores. This inexpensive remedy is easy to use. Put some castor oil on your fingers and apply it to your eyebrows before going to bed; wash it off in the morning. You will see changes in 3-4 weeks.

2. Vaseline

Vaseline, or petroleum jelly, is effective for making your eyebrows bold and thick. It conditions and moisturizes them so well that your eyebrow hair remains straight and firm. Apply a small portion to your eyebrows 3-4 times a day and you will see positive results within 3 months.

3. Coconut Oil

To get full bold eyebrows, you can use coconut oil. It helps speed up the process of hair growth and promotes growth of thick hair. Apply it directly to your brows and leave it overnight. This is very safe and can be washed out in the morning. Expect to see results within several weeks.

4. Onion Juice

Try applying fresh onion juice on your brows to stimulate growth of new hair. Onions contain a high amount of sulfur, which helps increase circulation. Apply the juice and leave it on for an hour then wash off with water. Do this every day for a few weeks for thick, bushy eyebrows.

10 Ways to Grow Your Eyebrows Faster and Thicker Naturally

5. Drink Water

Water is good for your overall health. It helps remove all the toxic substance from your body through your urine. Start drinking at least 8-10 glasses of water every day. This will enhance your body systems and improve hair growth.

6. Massage

Massaging your brows is a great way to improve eyebrow growth. Massage the area around your eyebrows with olive oil for 5 minutes daily. This will increase blood circulation to that area and you will soon see positive results. After the massage, you can leave the product in or gently wash it off with a warm cloth.

7. Aloe Vera

Over-plucking your eyebrows is one reason for slow growth of eyebrows. One solution to increase growth is aloe vera. Crush the leaves and massage the juice/gel on your brows to make them grow faster.  Leave it overnight and then wash it off.  You should see results in several weeks.

8. Milk

Did you know milk can help make your eyebrows bold and thick? Pour some milk on a cotton ball and apply it to your eyebrows before going to bed. Milk will nourish your eyebrows and will help their growth. You will see a remarkable change. Milk contains substances that can promote the growth of hair, including the hair that makes your eyebrows.

9. Vitamins B & D

This is important as it affects your internal organs and your physical appearance. Eat foods rich in vitamins B and D to improve hair growth. It will help increase strong eyelashes and eyebrows that will be able to combat the harmful effects of chemical-based products like mascara and eyeliner.  B vitamins are found throughout the food supply, so if you’re eating a well-balanced diet that involves food from all food groups, you’re most likely getting as much vitamin B as you need. Vitamin D comes from sunshine and from fortified milk products.

10. Avoid lotions and over-plucking

When we apply cream or lotion to our face we often apply it to our eyebrows while covering the face. This should not be done; proper care should be taken to avoid use of cream/lotion on your eyebrows as the chemicals can harm your eyebrow’s hair follicles and stop growth. You can remove the cream with a cotton ball, but its better to avoid that area.

NOTE: DO NOT use peppermint oil on your eyebrows.

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