Bell’s Finest Cold Drawn Castor Oil for Naturally Longer and Thicker Lashes (70ml)
Long lashes are always depicted as a sign of beauty and femininity and which is why most women who are not naturally endowed with long lashes resort to false lashes, which they are not necessarily comfortable with.
If you happen to be interested in growing longer and thicker lashes, you now have an option available to naturally grow beautiful, longer and thicker lashes and say goodbye to false lashes.
The one product that can give you faster result is bell’s castor oil for longer and thicker lashes. Also works great for hair growth, hair loss prevention, hair softness and more.
How does castor oil work?
The castor oil treatment is targeting the bulbs of your lashes providing them nutrients for healthier regrowth.
How to apply castor oil?
So we want to apply our oil right where it will be the most efficient, or along our lashline. You could use a q tip for this purpose, but then you'd be risking applying too much of it. And when the oil gets into your eyes, it's not quite a nice feeling. So, a better solution would be to use an eyeliner brush.
When to apply castor oil?
The best is to apply it in the evening after you removed your makeup, at least 30 minutes before going to bed. This way it will have enough time to get absorbed and won't end up on your pillow.
When will you see the results?
Some people claim to see the first results after only 1 week, most say that they saw a clear improvement after 2 weeks. But it can take almost 2 months to get convinced that the treatment worked and up to 4 months for your lashes to reach their maximal length. So be patient and don't expect immediate results!
Other Benefits of Castor Oil are :
It prevents hair loss and helps regenerate hair by protecting the scalp.
Using Castor Oil on scalp and roots of your hair helps regenerates hair growth and thickens the hair.
It leaves hair soft and shiny
Faster Hair growth
Makes your hair soft
For Oral application of Castor Oil, please consult your physician or medical practitioners, as castor oil is known to be dangerous for pregnant women.