Just as you exfoliate your skin and scalp to remove dead skin cells, boost circulation and increase hair growth on scalp, exfoliating eyebrows can help stimulate hair growth there too. Exfoliating the eyebrows helps to get rid of dead skin that will help to grow out the hair faster and gives it a healthy look. This removes dead skin cells that may block and slow down hair from growing out.
- Exfoliate the skin around the eyebrows to stimulate hair growth. Brow exfoliation also stimulates circulation in the brow area, which provides the necessary nutrients for brow hair growth. A sugar scrub is one of the best exfoliation strategies. Apply a very small amount of cream scrub (sugar mixed with shea butter) on your ring finger or use a soft bristled brush and go against the grain of hair. Use small soft circular motion and be very gentle on the skin while you exfoliate.
- Once done, use a small amount of castor oil over the eyebrows to moisturize the skin or make your own DIY eyebrow growth serum >> Moisten a clean mascara want with castor oil. Brush the oil gently onto your eyebrows every night before going to bed. Rub a cotton swab over the eyebrows to remove the excess oil. Castor oil is high in vitamin E, essential fatty acids and a variety of other nutrients that increase hair growth and stimulate proper circulation. Give your eyebrows a massage every day. Put a drop of olive oil onto your fingertips and rub your eyebrows and the surrounding area gently for about 5 minutes. This helps stimulate proper circulation, which in turn can increase hair growth.