When it comes to things I’ve missed over lockdown, eyebrow appointments are seriously high on the list. I’ve not touched mine since before Christmas, and whilst I’ve (secretly) enjoyed the process of growing them out (because everyone looks better with a thick structured brow) I do desperately need a good tint, as although my brows grow in quite decently, as I’ve gotten older, they’re paler than they used to be.
So, in an effort to get my brows in the best shape of my life, literally, I’ve been incorporating Castor Oil into my daily regime. Each night after cleansing, I take a clean spool brush, dip it in the Castor Oil and swipe it through my brows in an upwards direction, and leave it to work it’s magic overnight. It’s long been said that Castor Oil can help encourage hair growth, as well as deeply hydrate and nourish dry skin. A few drops of the Lavender Castor Oil is all you need for a spa-like massage, as not only does it feels super indulgent, but it’s incredibly relaxing too. Over the past week or so, I’ve also been experiencing some dry patches of skin, and a few drops of the unscented has absolutely worked magic in keeping everything soft and hydrated!
Heritage Store Castor Oil is priced from £6.99 and is available here.