What to do: Wash your hands. Apply a few drops of olive or coconut oil to your fingers, and massage your eyelids and eyelashes for 5 minutes. Repeat this procedure several times a week.
Why it works: Aloe juice and flesh are good for hair strengthening and nutrition.
What to do: Take a fresh aloe leaf, squeeze a few drops of juice, and apply to your eyelashes. Leave overnight, and wash your eyes in the morning. To improve the effect, mix aloe juice with castor or olive oil.
Why it works: Green tea contains antioxidants and vitamins, and that is why it is used in cosmetic products and in hair loss treatment.
What to do: Make a cup of strong green tea, let it cool, and apply it with a cotton pad to your eyelashes twice a day.
Why it works: A lack of vitamins may lead to loss of hair and eyelashes.
What to do: Eat more protein, vitamins, and foods rich in fatty acids: nuts, meat, fish, eggs, fruits, and vegetables.
Why it works: Petroleum jelly soothes and moisturizes dry eyelashes.
What to do: Carefully apply a little petroleum jelly with a brush or a finger before going to bed. Avoid eye contact. Wash your face in the morning.
Why it works: Castor, coconut, and olive oils contain fatty acids that provide nutrition to follicles and keep eyelashes healthy.
What to do: Put a drop of oil on a clean brush or your finger, and apply it to your eyelashes before going to sleep. You can use one oil or mix a composition.
Why it works: Combing improves blood flow and stimulates hair growth.
What to do: Use a special brush or a thoroughly washed brush from an old mascara tube. Use a few drops of vitamin E, and brush your eyelashes to the tips for 5 minutes twice a day.