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Nutrient Rich Oils Promote Brow & Lash Health

What this is: An all-natural blend of seed oils and plant extracts based on an ancient formula for hair health

What it does:

-Nutrient rich oils promotes health
-Contains Marshmallow plant root which has well known antioxidant properties.
-Oil moisturizes hair creating soft healthy hair
-Contains horsetail plant extract which has been used as a hair remedy since ancient times.
-Massage gently into brows for at least 8 weeks


How it Works

What Ancients Knew:

Brows could be regrown by rubbing brows with rich oil blends and plant root extracts

What We Know Now:

Brow hair differs from scalp hair. The root is close to the skin surface – so it’s easier to reach. This means that problems affecting hair growth can be treated. If a follicle is dead, nothing can bring it back to life. However, just because a hair does not grow does not mean the follicle is dead. Read on to find out more.

Use the mascara wand to gently brush the oil into the brow area. Massage the oil into the skin for several minutes. Repeat each evening. The nutrient rich oil should be in contact with the hair root when your hairs enter into a growth phase. Individuals of course vary but your body should enter into this cycle (at least) every 8 weeks.

You should expect to see an improvement within 8 weeks.


Case 1: A Normal Brow Hair


This is a sketch of a normal brow hair. The follicle is open and nutrients are free to enter and promote hair growth

Case 2: Hair Stops Growing


Wax buildup coats follicle blocking nutrition needed for growth ( “male pattern baldness”)




Case 3: Hair Gets Thinner and May Stop Growing


In this case, a damaged or inflamed follicle has stopped the hair from growing. This can be caused by poor diet, inflamed skin, or from years of over-plucking.

Case 4: Hair turns brittle with age

As we age, the oil gland dries and gradually stops lubricating the hair. In turn, the hair becomes more brittle.