For thick eyebrows: Apple Castor oil, massage it gently and leave it overnight, Coconut oil contains nutrients like vitamin E and iron , Aloe Vera juice nourishes the hair follicles and boosts hair growth, apply Onion juice on your eyebrow, massage 5 minutes and Fenugreek seeds are rich in protein and promote thick hair growth.
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How To Grow Thicker Eyebrows Naturally?
Thick eyebrows enhance beauty, and are a desire by all. Thick eyebrows accentuate the face and also make you look younger. Firstly, you must remember to increase your intake of water to flush out all the toxins that inhibit hair growth. Here are a few natural ways you can grow thicker eyebrows:
Natural Remedies For Thicker Eyebrows
1. Castor Oil
Castor oil is a very common and effective remedy for thicker eyebrows. It contains protein, vitamins, fatty acids and antioxidants that promote hair growth by nourishing the follicles. They also resist any microorganisms that hamper hair growth. To apply, take a cotton swab and soak it in castor oil and apply it on the eyebrow. Then, gently message with your fingers for 2 to 3 minutes. Leave this on for atleast 30 minutes. If you can leave it on overnight, the results will be more effective. Wash this off with lukewarm water and a mild cleanser. Repeat this for a few weeks. Also, if you experience any itching or burning while using castor oil, do not continue to use it.
2. Coconut Oil
With its primary properties in hair growth, it can prove very beneficial for growing thick eyebrows as well. Coconut oil has various proteins as well as nutrients like vitamin E and iron that promote healthy and thick eyebrows. It can also help make your eyebrows darker. For dense eyebrows, take a few drops of coconut oil on your fingertips and massage it on your eyebrows to promote blood circulation. Leave this on overnight, and rinse of off next morning. Apply daily for 2 to 3 months, and you will see the difference.
3. Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera juice stimulates hair growth on the eyebrows. It gives an added shine to the eyebrows if applied. Aloe Vera is known to nourish the hair follicles and boost hair growth. It also restores and repairs the damage caused to the eyebrows due to over plucking or waxing.
4. Onion Juice
Onion Juice is high on sulphur that increases blood circulation in the area and boosts hair growth. It also strengthens hair follicles. Apply onion juice on your eyebrows and massage for 5 minutes. Allow this to dry and then rinse it off. Do this daily for a few weeks to see results.
5. Fenugreek Seeds
They are rich in protein as well as nicotinic acid and lecithin that promote hair growth. To apply, first soak 1 teaspoon of fenugreek seeds in water for atleast 5 hours. Grind the seeds into a thick paste, and add some coconut oil to it. Apply it to your eyebrows, leave it for some and then wash it off.
When you have low thyroid problems it causes the outer 1/3 of your eyebrows to dissappear. I wonder if these remedies would still help the eyebrows grow back?
Thank God I am blessed with nice eyebrows don't have to use those pencils to draw them... \U0001f60a
I have big, Scottish eyebrows so I don't want them to be bigger. I already have to get them threaded every couple of weeks.
Shave your eyebrows(not fully..just shape them with eyebrow razor/or men's razor) it will grow thicker
It has been quite a long time since I actually went to the doctor.Recently I have been using natural home remedies for pretty much everything. Not only are hospitals and doctors expensive but sometimes they can be useless. I would highly suggest that everybody learn more about natural remedies. If you are interested you should really take a look at this story. http://anxiousreview.com/naturalremedies/
......massage with onion juice, rinse after 30 minutes, rub gently with coconut oil after, tried and tested, result good....
I did not know about the onion for topical or fenugreek seeds thanks!!! I've never had any luck with the castor oil honestly and it seemed to clog my client's pores...