4 of the Best Home Remedies To Stop Eyebrow Thinning

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If you don't think having a pair of healthy looking eyebrows is important think again. The eyebrows are like frames for the eyes, which is the primary feature on a person's face. If you don't think eyebrows are a big deal just look into the mirror and imagine yourself without them. If you didn't have eyebrows to compliment your eyes you would look weird.



Your eyebrows not only puts a beautiful frame around your eyes, but they also display your emotions. Without a pair of healthy looking eyebrows you will either look surprised, angry, or depressed all the time.
As you can see eyebrows are definitely important and greatly influences the way we look as individuals. However, things like hormonal changes, excessive plucking, and bad eating habits can cause your eyebrows to begin to fade away.

If you don't want to resort to using expensive make-up products to color in your eyebrows check out these home remedies. With the right home remedy you can successfully regrow your eyebrows and restore your natural beauty.
Aloe Vera
Aloe vera is one of the most popular ways to regrow eyebrows because it stops sebum loss. Sebum is an oily substance caused by the sebaceous glands found on your skin. Sebum is necessary to stop your skin and hair from drying out but too much can make your skin oily.

When there is too much sebum it will block your hair follicles from growing properly. To use aloe vera to stimulate hair growth on your eyebrows simply add some of the aloe vera juice to the eyebrow area. The aloe vera juice will also help you treat any wounds you may have due to plucking the hairs on your eyebrow.

Castor Oil
If you are suffering from thin eyebrows castor oil is one of the best home remedies you can use. Castor oil is a vegetable oil that is high in fatty acids. These essential fatty acids help give your hair strength, fullness, and shine. Once you apply the castor oil it will quickly get absorbed into the skin and lock in nutrients necessary for getting rid of brittleness that causes hair loss.

If you are going to use castor oil to regrow your eyebrows you should go for the natural unprocessed kind. To apply the castor oil simply rub some on your fingers or cotton ball then massage into your eyebrows gently. It is best to apply the castor oil overnight so you give the oil's properties enough time to go to work.

Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is a natural emollient that contains plenty of essential fatty acids that will provide moisture to the hair and scalp. It works by treating each strand of hair by penetrating the hair shaft.

Coconut oil has long been known to prevent hair breakage and hair loss by preventing protein loss. Apply some coconut oil to a cotton ball and then apply directly to your thin eyebrows. Apply the coconut oil two times each day until you start to notice your eyebrows are growing. Head to your local health food or grocery store to find coconut oil.

Fenugreek seeds
Fenugreek seeds have always been used to stop baldness, hair loss, and hair thinning. The essential fatty acid found in fenugreek seeds called nicotinic acid is what helps make your hair grow healthy.

You can grind the fenugreek seeds into a paste and apply directly to your eyebrows. Or you can make a tea with the seeds by steeping them in boiling water and then straining it before drinking. Drink the fenugreek tea each morning on an empty stomach to help stop your eyebrows from thinning.

These are four of the best home remedies to stop eyebrow thinning and loss. You will need to use the home remedy regularly unlock it's full potential.

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6 comments:

  1. I am the one who make my eye brows at home. So this article is really useful for me. I don’t follow any techniques or modern tricks. But I like your article. They are so useful for the beautiful women out there just like me.

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  2. Anonymous4:35 PM

    Determining the underlying cause of thinning eyebrows helps to target the treatment. Consult with your health provider to determine the best treatment approach for you.

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  3. Vivek4:35 PM

    Nutrient Deficiency

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  4. Diana4:38 PM

    you need to avoid whatever causes your eyebrows to go thin. If you tweeze or wax your brows, it’s time to stop that now. Second, always have a good brow brush on the ready. It’s important to have thick and tidy brows but keeping the tidiness all day long may be difficult to do. This requires you to always have a brush in hand so that whenever you find your brows going in all directions, you can just grab the brow brush and fix your brows in a jiffy.

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  5. Christina4:40 PM

    severe eyebrow loss can be managed cosmetically. Eyebrow pencil, which is a wax crayon, can be artistically applied in between existing eyebrow hairs and the hairs can be held in place to camouflage areas of thinning with an eyebrow gel.

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  6. Fatima4:40 PM

    Eyebrow gels are available

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