The most common culprit is over-tweezing. Before you pick up your Tweezerman consider that it can take up to 6 weeks to regrow one
eyebrow hair. And most importantly over-tweeting can damage the hair follicles that are responsive for growth.
2. Deficient in Nutrients ?
Deficiencies in nutrients that effect the hair on your head can lead to skimpy brows. Try not only a balanced diet rich in iron and zinc, but add
vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, biotin, protein and vitamin B12. Protein is essential for cellular repair and growth, omega-3 helps hydrate
damaged hair, biotin can help strengthen and condition and B12 can bolster weak or brittle hair shafts.
3. Aging !!!
As one puts on mileage in life hair generally becomes drier and thinner. Hair loss is common. Some preventitive measures to consider:
minimize heat exposure to brows, easy with the brow makeup, keep skin hydrated and TRY to minimize stress.
Low Thyroid ! The thyroid gland controls the rate at which we utilize energy sources and protein synthesis by producing thyroid hormones.
Say the thyroid does not produce enough hormones, you will probably feel fatigued, extra cold when its cold, experience weight gain and or
lose your hair. Iodine deficiency is the most common felon for hypothyroidism.
5. Atopic Dermatitis or Eczema.
Atopic Eczema is a medical condition that could lead to meager brows. It is a red and itchy inflammation of the skin that effectsabout 20%
of people. While not common this may affect your brows.
6. Alopecia Areata
AKA spot baldness. Only effecting 0.1% of the population this autoimmune disease usually appears on the scalp first and therefore is most
likely not the cause.
Say Asta la Vista, Ciao. Au Revoir to thin brows. LiBrow is a natural growth stimulant that fortifies and conditions the hair follicles for fuller, thicker brows. Brows by our website today and save. Its Brow or Never !!!
Cheers, Miss Violet