Are you sick of drawing on eyebrows every day? The essential oils in this roller bottle will help with eyebrow regrowth. Simply apply topically to the brows once daily to help fill in thin eyebrows.
If you follow along with this blog, you have probably noticed I like to make everything natural. So coming up with this recipe, I knew I would want to stay away from any potentially harmful chemicals. Essential oils are good for almost anything. So why could I not use essential oils for eyebrow growth?
I am always behind the times as things go in and out of style and frankly, it is so hard to keep up. Just like style change for clothes, interior design, and hair-dos, so do eyebrows. Who would have thought?
I remember in high school that it was cool to have as thin eyebrows as possible. Unfortunately for me, I have always had thick brows that would form into a unibrow without waxing. Waxing my eyebrows became a thing at a very young age. They were bad!
Well now those super thin brows are out and thick is back in. Yay for me! Now I just have to work on that big arch shape. This essential oil roller bottle is meant to help fill in and thicken eyebrows.
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ESSENTIAL OILS FOR EYEBROW GROWTH
Making your own eyebrow growing serum is easy and can be used to thicken eyebrows and lashes. In fact, the essential oils I am using in this are the same as the ones I used in my hair growth spray.
All you need to make a serum are essential oils and carrier oil. There are several essential oils that can be used to thicken and lengthen hair. I will be using a combo of them all.
My favorite carrier oil to use is fractionated coconut oil because it has a lot of benefits for the skin and hair and it has no scent. Other popular carrier oils include sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, and avocado oil. I have a list of all the carrier oils and their benefits to choose from.
You can also use castor oil as the carrier oil. Castor oil is great for hair growth. It is very moisturizing and can help to nourish hair follicles. Castor oil can thicken patchy spots within a few days of consistent use.
WHY DOES HAIR THIN?
Eyebrows can thin from over-plucking and waxing when we all wanted the thin brows, or it could just be associated with age. As we age, our hair follicles begin to shrink. As a result, hair growth slows down.
If you have to paint on your eyebrows every morning or just have to use the eyebrow pencil to fill in the gaps, you may want to try this eyebrow serum. It can do wonders to naturally grow hair and fill in eyebrows.
EYEBROW GROWTH SERUM
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For this serum, we are going to use a combination of lavender, rosemary, and cedarwood.
Lavender essential oil can produce more hair follicles to help thicken and strengthen hair. Rosemary essential oil is the top oil for hair growth and thickness. It helps to treat dry hair, as well as overly oily hair. Rosemary oil can also help prevent split ends. Cedarwood essential oil may promote hair growth, thickness, and strengthen hair follicles. It is a very thick oil and has a wonderful woodsy scent.
Peppermint is another one of my favorites for hair growth and thickening. I am leaving it out of this serum since it will be applied so close to the eyes. It can burn the eyes if it gets in it or causes the eyes to water if it gets to close.
You can make your serum in a glass bottle with a dropper top or an empty roller bottle. I prefer to use the roller bottle as I find it easiest to apply.
BEST BROW SERUM RECIPE
Carrier oil of choice (I am using castor oil.)
Add 10 drops of each essential oil to the roller bottle.
Fill the rest of the roller bottle with the carrier oil.
Shake well before applying.
HOW TO THICKEN EYEBROWS
It is best to apply these essential oils for eyebrow growth serum to the eyebrows once a day. I suggest applying at night time after washing your face and before bed. You can do it in the morning, but it may affect your eye makeup.
Apply the serum daily for 6-8 weeks or as needed.
Remember, essential oils should never be used in the eyes. It is OK to use them around the eyes, but be careful not to get them in the eyes. If you do, just wash out with cool water.
- Lavender essential oil
- Rosemary essential oil
- Cedarwood essential oil
- 10 mL roller bottle
- Carrier oil of choice (I am using fractionated coconut oil.)
- Add 10 drops of each essential oil to the roller bottle.
- Fill the rest of the roller bottle with the carrier oil.
- Shake well before applying.