DIY Eyelash Growth Serum


Were you blessed with long luscious eyelashes or were you born with short stubbies? Well, I was one of the fortunate ones with long lashes until I got older (grrr) It’s true what they say, as we age so does our hair (eyelashes) included. This means thinning out, falling out and/or breaking off.

Sure there are products out on the market today that can help resolve that problem, but they are not cheap and they are not a one time solution. Women have been trying for centuries to make their eyelashes grow longer than usual, with a wide range of products such as mascaras, secret formulas and herbs. The best way to encourage eyelash growth is to use natural remedies, since your eyes are sensitive and you don’t want chemicals near them. The results are long-lasting, although the process may take some time.

If your thrifty (like me) then you will love this DIY recipe!


1. Sweet Almond Oil= Sweet almond oil is an ideal product for eyelash growth when applied regularly for a period of time, as well as hair growth.Almond oil is known as a rich source of Vitamin e, fats, magnesium and calcium. This makes almond oil a very moisturizing substance, especially raw almond oil.

2. Castor Oil=Castor oil will help your eyelashes to grow thick and long, and can keep them from breaking. It can also help you grow new eyebrow hair in bare areas that might have been over-tweezed.

3. Vitamin E Oil= Vitamin E oil is widely used to strengthen hair and stimulate hair growth.

4. A small Container

5. Mix equal parts of oils together. 

Just apply the oil mixture to the lash line with a clean mascara brush before bedtime. By coating the hair shaft and smoothing out the cuticle layer, the oil is able to help stimulate the follicles of the lashes.

Takes a few weeks to see results, but as with anything consistency is key!





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