Does Vaseline Help Eyebrows Grow: The Truth About Vaseline You Need To Know!

It is said that actress and popular style icon, Marilyn Monroe, used Vaseline in her daily beauty regimen. She used the said product to moisturize her face often and as an anti-aging treatment. Little did she know that this was promoting facial hair growth as well!

This incident, as well as some scientific backup, has led people to believe that Vaseline does indeed help in promoting hair growth. And one of the best and common areas of the face to apply it on happens to be on one’s eyebrows.

Modern Eyebrow Styles

There was a time in the past when pencil eyebrows used to be a thing; the thinner, the better. And unsurprisingly, women even thought that having no eyebrows was a great thing as this allows them to use that pencil to draw their own brows.

Modern Eyebrow Styles

All of that is in the past now. Since recent years, thicker and fuller brows are making a strong impact in both the fashion and beauty industry.

Beauty professionals say that thicker brows make you look youthful and healthy, while thinner brows have a more severe and intense look.

Personally, I would really love to have Cara Delevingne’s eyebrows. The problem is, there are plenty of women out there (me, included) who don’t have the luxury of deeper brows. Experts say that petroleum jelly or Vaseline can help. The question is, does Vaseline help eyebrows grow?

Vaseline and Hair Growth

One should not question the capabilities of Vaseline or petroleum jelly. It locks moisture on your skin by creating a barrier - and no, it will not clog your pores. It is said to be great for dry and chapped skin. What’s more is that it is also used to heal wounds and burns.

Vaseline and Hair Growth

With that said, no wonder it is used as a way to promote hair growth. Vaseline or petroleum jelly can prevent further damage or breakage of hair, and it also keeps hair moisturized. When hair is treated properly, it is only natural that it will grow healthily with time.


How To Apply Vaseline For Eyebrow Growth

Although you may apply petroleum jelly any time during the day, many people who are trying to promote hair growth with Vaseline will tell you to apply it before sleeping. Leaving the product on overnight while you rest will make it even more effective.

Some will tell you to apply it twice a day - once in the morning before you start your day, and in the evening before going to bed.

There are also others who say that you can alternate between Vaseline and olive oil for better results. Whichever advice you take, here are some general tips on how to apply Vaseline for eyebrow growth.

1. Clean Your Face First

Clean Your Face First

The very first step into skin care is to clean your face off from impurities. This will prep your face for the following procedures, and will give better results than a dirty slate. Besides, you don’t want to lock in dirt and grime onto your face, am I right?

2. Apply An Ample Amount

Unless you want to grow hair on odd spots on your face ala Marilyn Monroe mishap, take it easy and only apply to areas where eyebrow hair is sparse.

3. No More Overplucking

This may sound very obvious but I have to say it again. For the people out there who can not go through a day without keeping an eye out for stray hair, or those who just can’t wait to shape your brows: give your eyebrows a break and let them grow for a while.

4. Get Rid Of Harmful Products

You may not notice it, but oftentimes your products are to blame for hair loss.

If your skin care product or makeup is irritating your skin, you are not putting your eyebrows in an environment where it can grow healthily.

Toss those toxins away; your face - and your brows will thank you.

Harmful Products

5. Use Castor Oil

Castor Oil

Castor Oil is said to be a great for the regrowth of your hair. If you’re looking into growing your sparse eyebrows fast, you may want to try using castor oil as well.


What Do You Think?

Do you have thinning eyebrows? Have you tried this method before? Does Vaseline help eyebrows grow for you? Let us know in the comments below, and together let’s solve the pencil eyebrow problem.

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Diana Bailey
 

Hello, I’m Diana Bailey. I write about tips and tricks for making up, skin care and hair care. On my blog, I also provide advices and suggestions to help people fix their skin, hair and health problems by using natural methods.

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