3 Ways to Exfoliate Healthy Brows
Everybody knows by now that we should clean our ears, but do you also remember to exfoliate your brows? Professionals in brow grooming advise exfoliating the brows to prevent ingrown hairs and encourage hair growth. And no, your current multi-step skincare routine won't require you to add yet another step. Exfoliating your brows can easily be incorporated into the process.
You certainly exfoliate your face frequently as part of your skincare regimen, but have you ever spent time exfoliating your brows? Under the hair, dead skin can accumulate readily, giving the region a flaky and dry appearance. Exfoliating your brows is essential if you're attempting to grow them out since it improves circulation to the hair follicles and stimulates them. Fortunately, exfoliating your brows is simple if you know which products to use.
- Wash your face first
Before exfoliating, make sure your brows are free of any dirt, makeup, or other debris. Wet your face, then gently wipe your face, paying special attention to the brow region, using your preferred facial cleanser. Wash your face with warm water, then use a towel to wipe it dry.
Use a makeup remover on your brow area before washing your face if you've used a very long-lasting brow pencil, pomade, or other product to make sure that all of the makeup is removed.
- You should scrub your brows.
After cleaning your brow region, smooth a small bit of Mina Brow Scrub over your brows. Apply just enough to cover the entire brow in a thin layer—you don't want to use too much.
Sometimes facial washes are too gentle to exfoliate dead skin cells and stimulate hair follicles. Because body scrubs may be too harsh for your brows, the specifically formulated Mina Brow Scrub is ideal for them. You could wish to get a scrub made especially for the brow region.
The Mina Brow Scrub was developed specifically to remove dead skin cells from the eyebrows and surrounding area. It is a non-greasy, lightweight scrub formulation. It is a strong, self-care method for washing eyebrows that enhances and prolongs the henna coloring effect. Due to the abundance of natural ingredients, it calms the skin, gently removes dead skin cells, and aids in retaining moisture. Additionally, it promotes thicker, healthier eyebrow hair growth, which gives them a more attractive appearance.
Organic shea butter, rose petal powder, grapefruit seed extract, wheat germ oil, jojoba oil, almond oil, and passion fruit juice are all-natural components.
Shea butter, which is beneficial to the skin, rouses dormant hair follicles. The skin is revitalized, moisturized, and softened by jojoba oil. Almond oil moisturizes the skin and hair and is a 100% natural exfoliator. The elimination of dead skin cells increases the skin's ability to absorb dye or colors made from henna.
- A natural organic brow scrub composed entirely of natural ingredients and free of any harmful chemicals.
- Using an eyebrow cleanser helps enhance and prolong the effects of henna coloring.
- It exfoliates the skin between the brows, removing dead skin cells.
- Cleanses the skin of all dirt and pollutants while lessening sensitivity.
- Suitable for all skin types.
- Gently massage with scrub.
Spread the scrub over your brows and give them a light massage. Working the product through the brow hair down to the roots should be done in a circular motion with mild pressure. To guarantee that you get rid of all the dead skin and improve blood flow, scrub each brow for a full minute.
Even if the minute isn't up, stop cleaning as soon as your brows begin to feel sore. It can be too painful for your skin to scrape for so long.
How To Use Mina Brow Scrub?
- Dip a cotton bud or micro brush in a small amount of scrub.
- Gently press the scrub into the brow to get it on the skin that is under the hair.
- To remove, use a wet cotton pad.
- After the scrub, you can use the Mina Brow Shampoo and Mina Brow Conditioning Cleanser.