Gradual thinning of the eyebrows is a part of getting older, but sometimes we create the problem ourselves and don’t realize it. These are:
- Cosmetic Use – Pressing your eyebrows too hard when applying an eyebrow pencil
- Scratching – Scratching or rubbing your eyebrows too hard
- Overplucking – Too much plucking of the eyebrows.
- Hypothyroidism – In the late stages of hypothyroidism, eyebrows may start to thin. This condition occurs when your thyroid gland does not make enough thyroid hormone.
Having thicker eyebrows make us look more youthful.
A) ALOE VERA:
The gel from the aloe vera plant makes eyebrows grow thicker, soft and shiney. Break open one of the leaves of the plant and apply the gel.
B) COCONUT OIL:
Massage coconut oil into your eyebrows for thickening and turning them darker.
Dip a Q-tip into milk and apply to your eyebrows to thicken. You can use coconut milk in the same way.
D) VITAMIN E:
Break open a vitamin E capsule and use an eyelash brush to apply a few drops to your brows. The oil helps stop falling hair and improves the quality of your brows.
E) CASTOR OIL:
Massage castor oil into your eyebrows, which will fight the microorganisms that can hinder the growth of hair. Apply the oil to your brows two times a day to strengthen the roots.
F) OLIVE OIL:
Encourage the growth of thicker eyebrows by massaging in olive oil in the direction that the brow grows on a daily basis.
Beat one egg yolk, and apply to eyebrows with a cotton swab. The yolk will help improve hair follicles. Leave the yolk on the brows for 15 to 20 minutes, and wash off with cold water. Be sure you are eating enough protein. Hair follicles are made up of protein.
Encourage eyebrow hair growth by applying fresh onion juice. Ewww, (You won’t have anyone that wants to be around you so who cares if you have thicker eyebrows.)
Try cutting a slice of lemon and rub on your eyebrows to see a change in thickness.
When you try these Natural Home Remedies for Thicker Eyebrows, let me know which one worked for you.