6 Natural Remedies To Help Grow Longer Eyelashes


December 4, 2017 17:47 By Fabiosa

Most women use makeup on their eyes every day. One of the basics is eyeliner. Applying and removing makeup wouldn't be a problem if we always used high-quality products, but that doesn't always happen. Eyelashes are extremely delicate and if we add those eyelash curlers spoons which pull on them, and fingers that touch them, our poor little lashes will break, fall, or stop growing.

A person has approximately 100 to 150 eyelashes on the upper eyelid, and 60 to 80 on the lower eyelid. They prevent foreign objects from entering the eyes and also filter out sunlight and prevent irritation.

Over time, mistreatment and the use of harmfulpr oducts can cause eyelashes to break and fall out. When that happens, many opt for false eyelashes, but here we'll show you some really effective home remedies to help your eyelashes grow healthy and long:

1. Vitamin E

In a glass container, mix equal parts of the following ingredients:

  • castor oil;
  • Aloe Vera gel;
  • vitamin E oil.

Apply this with a mascara wand at night and clean it off in the morning.

2. Almond oil

In a glass container, mix equal parts of the following ingredients:

  • almond oil;
  • castor oil;
  • vitamin E.

Apply this every night as if it were mascara. You have to be consistent. After a month, you'll start to notice a difference.

3. Green tea

Green tea contains antioxidants and deeply repairs the eyelashes. Using a cotton ball, apply cold green tea onto the eyelids. You can also use two tea bags. They will also help you to relax.

4. Castor oil + coconut oil

In a container, mix these ingredients in equal parts:

  • castor oil;
  • coconut oil.

Apply the mixture with a clean mascara wand every night and rinse off in the morning. You can also do the same with your eyebrows.

5. Olive oil + lemon juice

Mix 4 parts of olive oil to 1 part lemon juice. Mix well and apply to the eyelashes.

6. Exfoliation

Mix one tablespoon of natural aloe, one tablespoon of boiled chamomile, one tablespoon of cucumber flesh and mix well.

Gently apply to the eyelids in a circular motion, leave it to rest for a couple of minutes and rinse with cold water.

The amazing thing about these remedies is that they're natural. It's important for you to be consistent for them to really work since, while they are effective, they aren't magic.

Source: Soycarmin

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This article is purely for informational purposes. Do not self-medicate, and in all cases consult a certified healthcare professional before using any information presented in the article. The editorial board does not guarantee any results and does not bear any responsibility for harm that may result from using the information stated in the article.