Here are a few natural ways on how to grow your brows without hurting your face:
Not only does olive oil contain vitamin E which sustains each hair strand, it also contains vitamin A that enhances the production of our body’s natural oil. Make this a routine by applying daily, with the use of your fingertips and watch those brows blossom.
Lovers of onions, this is for you. Make a paste from blended onions, apply the juice, and watch how the selenium, minerals, B and C vitamins create magic for your brows. Of course, for the non-onion lovers, you can use lemon juice to erase the after smell.
This is not just a good moisturizer but doubles as an antimicrobial agent with its lauric acid to help prevent infection from the hair follicles and it also possesses iron which promotes healthy and thick eyebrows.
Make lemonade eyebrows by applying a piece of lemon on both brows and leave to marinate for 20 minutes before washing off with warm water. The Vitamin B and C and folic acid present will give your brows that nice rich look.
Apply this to your eyebrow roots and watch how your hair enriches with the help of the proteins, fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins. Stick to this routine daily for 30 minutes but avoid pure castor oils as they are likely to cause irritation. Sticking to black castor oils is the best.
Remember when we used petroleum jelly to keep our skin moist during the dry season? This is what the petroleum jelly does for the brows: it locks in all the moisture and when you leave overnight and you that much-desired fuller and thicker brows.