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Natural Eyelash Thickeners - Maintaining Holistic Body Health

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Everyone would love to have beautiful vibrant eyes with thick healthy lashes. Many different kinds of creams, conditioners and cosmetics are available that are very effective in thickening and promoting eyelash growth. and can also contain harsh chemicals that may irritate your eyes and skin. Remember that your skin "eats" anything you put on it, just as if you put it in your mouth. So always try to find a natural eye lash thickener when shopping online.

Another problem of current eye lash thickeners is that many of these products can be very expensive. Fortunately, there are many ways you can thicken your eyelashes naturally without spending a lot of money. Many of the ingredients for doing this are already in your kitchen, and most are very inexpensive. The following steps and ingredients will help you achieve longer healthier eyelashes the natural way.

A variety of factors can cause eyelashes to thin or fall out. Forgetting to remove eye makeup every day is a very common cause for thinning lashes. Eye makeup needs to removed daily in order to keep lashes healthy. Many eye makeup removers are available, and most are quite inexpensive. Never pull or scrub your lashes when removing your eye makeup. Instead, use a cotton ball or soft cloth to apply the remover, and gently wipe clean. You can also try coconut oil. No matter what you use, always remember to wipe your lashes gently and be sure to remove your eye makeup every day.

A great way to thicken your eyelashes naturally is to apply olive oil every night to your lashes right before going to bed. Olive oil strengthens your lashes and also stimulates hair growth. Simply put a few drops on a cotton ball and gently dab on eyelashes. Leave the olive oil on your lashes for about five minutes and then rinse with warm water. This same procedure can also be done using vitamin E oil or petroleum jelly.
Your body needs certain vitamins and minerals in order to grow healthy lashes. Vitamin H is also known as biotin and helps new lashes grow by increasing the blood flow to hair follicles. Biotin also prevents your eyelashes from becoming dry and falling out. Calcium is an important mineral that helps keep lashes healthy. Calcium lengthens lashes and prevents eyelash breakage. Some foods that are rich in calcium include yogurt, cheese, milk, almonds and salmon. Vitamin C is another vitamin that encourages healthy thick lashes. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that boosts your immune system and protects your eyelashes from infections and diseases that can cause eyelashes to become thin, break or even fall out. Vitamin E is another great antioxidant that strengthens your immune system and helps your body transport blood and oxygen to hair follicles so that your lashes will thicken and grow.

Consider some of these suggestions if you would like to have thicker healthier eyelashes the natural way. Remember to gently remove eye makeup every day and never pull or scrub your lashes. Be sure to get plenty of vitamins C and E, as well as biotin and calcium. Also, try to eat foods every day that are rich in these vitamins and minerals, and you can expect to see thicker healthier eyelashes.

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