What Vitamins Grow Eyebrow Hair

Updated November 22, 2016

Well-plucked and groomed eyebrows can make a personal statement. Tended to eyebrows do make for a clean and refined appearance. Over plucking, over waxing, or hair loss can result in very thin eyebrows, but there are a few things that may help.


The main function of the eyebrow is to provide protection for the eye and keep debris out. They also are important in facial expressions and in revealing emotions.


Thin, shaped eyebrows were once all the fashion. However, thick brows, even on women, have come into vogue.


Over plucking eyebrows is the biggest mistake many people make. It can take months to grow them back. Sometimes, permanent loss can occur if over-plucked repeatedly.

Benefits of Vitamins

Vitamins and minerals beneficial in any hair growth can help with eyebrow growth. Biotin, B-vitamins, Vitamin C, Beta-carotene, Vitamin A, and Vitamin E are all recommended for hair growth.


Dieting or a poor diet can effect eyebrow growth. A lack of protein can cause hair loss. Staying hydrated with lots of water can help. Also, moisturising the brow area keeps hair follicles healthy and growing.


Castor oil rubbed onto the eyebrow area may help make them grow faster. It is suggested to rub the oil in for three to five minutes daily for results. Honey is another means used to stimulate growth, and so is brushing the eyebrows.

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