DIY Lash & Brow Serum

Back in high school I over plucked my eyebrows and they have never been the same. Brows are totally in right now and I’ve been working hard to get them back to my pre-plucked days and it’s taken a really long time. 

I’ve been experimenting with different blends and researching the various oil properties to see if I could come up with a recipe that would work. But instead of reinventing the wheel I just decided to use a recipe a gal in my upline shared and I’m super happy with how inexpensive and easy it was!

To create your own non-toxic, natural lash & brow serum, you need the following items:

Empty Mascara Tubes & mini funnels – I got mine on Amazon
Castor Oil – great for skincare and hair growth!
Cedarwood Oil
Rosemary Oil
Lavender Oil 

I get all my essential oils from Young Living for so many reasons, but most importantly because they are the best therapeutic grade essential oil available. They own their own farms and maintain quality control over their products from the seeding process all the way to the sealing of the bottles.  

Ok, back to the DIY. This is seriously one of the easiest things you can make with your essential oils. 

Put 10 drops of Cedarwood, 10 Drops of Rosemary, and 10 drops of Lavender in your mascara tube the fill to the top with castor oil. Add the wand cap and shake it up or use the wand to mix up the oils and you’re ready to go!

Apply to your lashes and brows after your normal bedtime skincare routine. When you use it consistently and regularly you should notice growth within 4-6 weeks.  

If you try this recipe, I’d love to see and share your results! 

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