Natural ways to grow your eyelashes quicker at home

Crisely Blay 2 years ago 0

Long eyelashes beautifies the looks of every lady but sometimes its very costly to maintain your eyelash, grow longer each and every day. Upon all of these, its natural ways are always the best ways to keep your eyelash thicker and grow longer.

Castor oil

Castor oil is no stranger to the beauty world. From treating sunburns and wrinkles to preventing premature greying and dandruff, this beauty elixir has been trusted by many for their daily skincare and hair care regimen. One of its many benefits is that it does an amazing job of promoting hair growth. It is the quickest remedy to improve hair growth and can get you results five times sooner than any other ingredient.

Applying castor oil on the lashes every day will give you thicker lashes and prevent them from falling out. Mix few drops of castor oil with coconut oil and apply it gently on the lashes with the help of a cotton tip. Do it every night before going to bed and wash it in the morning.

– Green tea

The ingredient we have come to love so much, because of its plenty of health and beauty benefits, green tea has yet another benefit for you. Intake and application of green tea have proven to be an effective way to stimulate hair growth and improve hair health. Flavonoids and polyphenol called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) present in green tea(2) improve the length as well as the volume of your lashes. Drinking green tea on a regular basis or applying it on the lashes both work substantially. Place a green tea bag on the lids to grow eyelashes and calm your tired eyes all at once or just dip a cotton swab in the green tea and dab it on the lashes every day.

– Olive oilGrowing your eyelashes

The good old olive oil is another very effective solution to get gravity-defying lashes. The ingredient is packed with essential fatty acids that work on promoting hair growth and prevents loss of lashes. Yes, that’s right it can do more than make your skin flawless and give you a luscious mane. It is a quick remedy to get your lash game on point. Dip a cotton swab in the extra virgin olive oil and smear it onto the lashes. It keeps the area hydrated, strengthens hair follicles and makes your eyelashes longer and thicker than ever.

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– Petroleum jelly

Vaseline petroleum jelly conditions and moisturises the lash lines which contributes to the fast growth of lash hair. Also, applying petroleum jelly on the lids keeps the area hydrated and soft which helps in the overall health of eyelashes. Take a clean mascara wand and apply some Vaseline Petroleum Jelly on it. Run it along your upper and lower lashes every day for the best results. You can also apply petroleum jelly before applying the best mascara to prevent the lashes from becoming dry and brittle and to make it easier for the eye makeup to come off in one gentle swipe.

– Vitamin E oil

A tried and tested method to boost eyelash growth is to treat it with Vitamin E oil. Celebs like the Kardashian sisters have confessed to being using this power ingredient to thicken their brows and lengthen their lashes. It is a powerful tonic that not only increases the hair growth but also strengthens the lashes and prevents them from shedding. You can get thicker lashes just by gently massaging the eyes using this oil.

Break a Vitamin E capsule and extract the oil. Massage the lids lightly with fingertips for 5-10 minutes and apply some on the lashes daily. It helps with the blood circulation and thus better hair growth of the lashes. Or just use a spoolie brush and dip it in the oil. Brush your lashes between strands with it in an upward motion every night before hitting the sack and rinse it off the next day.

– Shea butter

One of the best natural sources of intense hydration, shea butter works like magic to help your lashes grow long and strong. Additionally, shea butter also contains vitamin C, which is a rich source of antioxidants that help prevent damage caused by free radicals in the environment as well as increase collagen production. All of these benefits come together to boost the strength and thickness of your eyelashes, which is very important to allow them to grow long and healthy.

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– Coconut oil

Another great natural remedy for sparse and weak lashes is coconut oil. This natural oil is very gentle, making it completely safe to be used around the delicate eye area without any sort of discomfort. The moisturizing properties of coconut oil help trap the protein into your hair and prevent the weaker strands of eyelashes from falling. To apply coconut oil, simply dip a clean mascara wand into some extra virgin coconut oil and apply it to your lashes.

– Eye massages

Just like you need to massage your scalp regularly to prevent hair fall, strengthen your roots and promote healthier hair growth, the same stands true for your eyelashes as well. Massaging your eye area for about a minute or two twice a day while applying your eye cream has a number of benefits. It helps in improving blood circulation, which is extremely essential for a thick, long and strong eyelashes.

– Biotin supplements

If despite trying all the above-mentioned remedies to increase eyelash growth don’t work, then you can start consuming biotin supplements after speaking with your doctor. This is because biotin deficiency is touted to be the number of one cause of hair fall, which includes loss of eyebrow and eyelash hair as well. Taking these supplements will help thicken your lashes over time and make them appear long and strong.

5 useful tips to care for eyelashes

Handle with care
While removing your makeup, be extremely gentle around the lashes. Instead of rubbing your eyes with the makeup remover, dab and swipe in a gentle motion to wipe the makeup off. Vigorous rubbing of the eye is the prime cause of eyelashes falling out.

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Never sleep with eye makeup on
Dozing off with eye makeup can harm your eyes in more may that you think. Apart from causing dark circles, acne and other skin issues, it can also make your eyelash hair weak and brittle.

Use good eye makeup products
When it comes to beauty products, you should never risk it. Always use mascara from a trusted brand and use it while it is in good condition. Using expired mascara will affect the health of your lashes and make them prone to tearing and fallout.

Careful with the eyelash tools
Be very careful while using lash tools like eyelash curlers and falsies. Avoid using eyelash curler after you put on mascara as wet lashes are more likely to fall out. Also while removing falsies, be gentle and use a cleanser to get the lash glue off completely, otherwise, it will dry out the lash line.

Eat healthily
Include foods rich in nutrients that promote hair growth such as omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin A, vitamin B5, iron and beta carotene. Foods like garlic, fish and green leafy vegetables have proven to stimulate lash growth.

4. Are eyelash serums good or bad?

Eyelash serums are gaining a lot of popularity in the last few years and we think it is for all the right reasons. Just like your facial serums, eyelash serums also contain a number of active ingredients that work really hard to protect your lashes and promote thicker and healthier.

A good mixture of oils, vitamins and nutrients, the lightweight texture of the serum is just perfect to sink into the follicle without causing any sort of irritation. Additionally, comprising of some stellar hair-boosting ingredients, eyelash serums offer a safe and one-stop solution to boost the growth of weak, thin and sparse lashes.

So yes, if you are having problems with your eyelashes, we would highly recommend you invest in a good quality eyelash serum for longer, stronger and thicker lashes.


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Dorcas Prah known professionally as Crisely Blay is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.

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