Oct 01, 2012
Hi! Has anyone tried olive oil for lash growth? My lashes got shorter and had some gaps due to eyelash extension. I was just wondering if olive oil is a good home remedy for eyelash growth or castor oil is better? Thanks ;)
I use olive oil majority of the time to remove my eye makeup. It definitely conditions your eyelashes. I find that it helps them to be more healthy. I have naturally long lashes so I can't tell if it helps for growth. Try it though!.
I've heard good thing about both from different people. I think it depends on how you personally take to each.
Oct 02, 2012
Thank you so much ladies! ;)
Idk how olive oil will work but definitely try castor oil. I used it for a month on my eyebrows & lashes & it worked!
Vitamin E oil.
Thank you Tiyah and Kiki! ;)
I use olive oil for my lashes and it does work!
Oct 05, 2012
Coconut oil is my absolute favorite! And you can use it as an all over moisturizer and hair treatment. I get a big tub of the organic kind at my local health food store, but I saw it at albertsons a few days ago.
I love olive oil. I use it as a face wash. Olive oil and sugar. It's amazing. Nothing else. It works as a face wash/scrub/make-up remover/toner/eye lash conditioner/AND moisturiser. I've tried so many things, but when I finally heard of this.. my skin, and my eye lashes have never looked better.
Oct 06, 2012
I'm going to try olive oil and sugar thank you Natalie
Oct 08, 2012
Oct 14, 2012
Castor oil will work better :)
Oct 24, 2012
Im not sure about it ! It seems scary to get it in your eye but i could see how it would work
Nov 05, 2012
Thank you ladies!! I'm gonna give all your tips a go. ;)
Castor oil !!!
Nov 06, 2012
Right on to castor oil!!! You can also use it on sparse eyebrows as well.
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