Reflection of a woman tweezing her eyebrows
Over-Tweezed Eyebrows Can Be Fixed - Here’s How
If you've only been victim to one over-tweezing eyebrow incident, regrowth shouldn't take long. However, if you've been tweezing for a long time, try considering a new diet.
Maintaining a nutrient-rich diet over time can promote hair growth on your head and brows. Aim for foods rich in protein, iron, fiber, and other strengthening nutrients.
It's important to have a holistic diet that includes foods like salmon, spinach, Greek yogurt, seeds, and eggs — essentially, anything high in vitamins B and C.
If there's no growth after months, it may be time to consult a doctor. Per Healthline, micronutrient deficiencies in iron, vitamin D, and zinc can negatively affect eyebrow growth.
Meanwhile, hormone imbalances and skin conditions like seborrheic dermatitis and eczema can hinder eyebrow growth ability. Treating these will create the ideal growing conditions.
Topical treatments can be used, like Minoxidil, which is most effective for hair growth around the eyebrows. You can also use castor oil and other plant-based oils, like rosemary.