Have you ever looked at your brothers eyelashes and envied how he has thick eyelashes that he doesn’t deserve? Do you wish you too had fluttery lashes?
I’ve seen countless “eyelash growth serums” online, most of them feel like nail oils and don’t really provide any results. Like most people, I thought I’d have to live with the sad lashes I have or I’d have to get extensions, but who really wants to do that? My low maintenance self cannot keep up with making sure they get refilled every few weeks! I’d totally be walking around with 3 lashes left but I wouldn’t really go get them done again.
After many weeks of trying to search what could work, I finally found the perfect solution to my problem, castor oil.
Castor oil promotes hair growth because it is rich in ricinoleic acid. This acid helps hair grow stronger and faster.
How can you use castor oil for thicker lashes:
Simply take a few drops on castor oil every night and coat your top and bottom lashes with it.
If you find that the oil is too thick for you, you can use a carrier oil with it using a 50:50 ratio too.
Consistency is key
Stick with it – apply the oil every night for 2 weeks. I saw significant growth within the two weeks to the point that I had lashes growing out of places that didn’t even have lashes before!
What else can it be used for?
This isn’t just useful for lashes, have you ever gotten your eyebrows done at a new place and you’ve come back looking like you’re back in 2011? Well, take a q-tip, dip it in the oil and rub it wherever you want brows to grow back quicker. They’ll be back in no time!
And lastly, have you been losing a lot of hair? Or do you have a bald spot that you just don’t know what to do about? Before you give painful procedures a try, give this oil a shot. Just take some on your fingertips and gently massage it onto your scalp (don’t use too much because it’ll be hair to wash it off) and watch that bald spot go bye bye.
Castor oil is really a one stop shop for all your hair growth needs, it’s natural and super inexpensive!
Would you give this oil a shot?
Caution: Always do a patch test before using a new product/oil. If you are pregnant, ask your doctor before trying out anything new.