Eyebrows are similar to the hair on our head and they’re made from keratin and amino acids whose string of amino acids when broken, may cause our hair follicles to break which results in hair loss.
There are oils that can help with this problem
This oil has many benefits such as treating hair loss, muscle and joint pain and dandruff. Clean your brows with warm water and then apply castor oil with a q-tip and massage it . Leave it overnight and do this for 6 days for best results.
Use this oil in the same manner as castor oil to rip its benefits.
Apply this oil to your brows or hair to get smooth and silky hairs. It helps them grow faster also. This oil contains vitamin E and antioxidants.
Wash your face and apply aloe vera on your brows. Do this for 4-6 weeks to see results.
Try a biotin diet
It was stated by Dr. Claudia Aguirrethat that biotin deficiency is responsible for “Thinning hair, sometimes with shedding and loss of pigment (graying hair). If the deficiency effects your head hair, it’s going to have an effect on your eyebrows too!” Biotin belongs to the vitamin B group and can be found in salmon, eggs, avocados, almonds and leafy green vegetables.
Massage the area with clean hands to stimulate hair growth and blood flow. You can even use a mini eyebrow comb.
What to avoid
Applying lotions or creams
Thick lotions and moisturizers may clog pores and prevent hair growth. Instead use petroleum jelly to hydrate the area and make brows thick and full.
Try avoiding heavy makeup since it may clog your pores and prevent hair growth. Try lighter make up.
It was stated by The Journal Of Cosmetic Dermatology “55.8% of people experienced side effects related to eyebrow bleaching. These side effects included increased or decreased density of the eyebrow hair.”
Try these oils to achieve the benefits in 4-6 weeks.