7 Foods That Could Possibly Make Your Eyelashes Grow Longer

Updated at: Aug 11, 2020
7 Foods That Could Possibly Make Your Eyelashes Grow Longer

Long and thick lashes are every girl’s dream. If you also wish for naturally thick and long lashes, add these foods to your diet

Gandharv Gulati
Healthy DietWritten by: Gandharv GulatiPublished at: Aug 11, 2020

Your wish to get long, thick and black eyelashes is granted! Believe it or not, lashes hold the power to immediately uplift your facial look. Long lashes look stunning and enhance the look of your eyes. There are eyelash extensions as well as fake eyes to do the trick but they cannot beat the look of naturally-long lashes. If you wish to get thick eyelashes naturally, here are some foods that you must consume.

Eggs

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We all know that eggs are rich in protein which is the building block of cells including eyelashes and hair. Our eyelashes are made up of keratin which is a kind of protein. Eating protein-rich foods provides the required amount of amino acids that boost the production of keratin which boosts the growth of eyelashes.

Also Read: 4 Healthy Egg Substitutes To Bake Eggless Goodies

Salmon

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Along with production, protection is also important. Just like how the growth of eyelashes is important, their protection to prevent eyelashes from falling out. Salmon fish has high omega-3 fatty acids along with B vitamins and vitamin D. Omega-3 fatty acids prevent eyelash damage and breakage. On the other hand, vitamins boost the growth of eyelashes.

Nuts

There are so many benefits of munching on dry fruits and nuts. One of them is eyelash growth. Nuts are rich in vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids that enhance eyelash growth. Vitamin E is great for hair growth(including eyelashes). Together these boost blood circulation and strengthen follicles from the roots. Thus, your eyelashes won’t fall but only grow.

Mushrooms

Eating mushrooms can fulfill your dream of long eyelashes because they are rich in vitamin B3 that stimulates the growth of eyelashes. This B vitamin boosts blood circulation and increases keratin production. Eating mushrooms would encourage cellular reproduction to bolster eyelash growth and prevent them from getting dry and brittle.

Beans

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Beans have high amounts of folic acid and vitamin H. While folic acid prevents brittle lashes, vitamin H boosts blood circulation to strengthen them and stop from falling. Also, vitamin H increases the body’s ability to absorb healthy fats and amino acids for eyelash growth. So, eat more beans to enhance your eyelashes.

Fruits and vegetables

Certain veggies and fruits that contain vitamin C and vitamin A are great for eyelashes. They boost collagen production and promote eyelash growth to make them thicker and longer. Also, peels of some fruits and veggies have an amazing mineral called ‘silica’ which increases healthy and strength of eyelashes. Now you know that all peels are not waste. Some are good for your health. 

Whole Grains

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For whole health, eat whole grains. Not just for long and strong eyelashes but you should eat whole grains for overall health. These are rich sources of iron and vitamin B6 that stimulate melanin production in the body. Melanin is the special pigment that is responsible for giving dark colour to your hair and eyelashes. Besides, Iron gets absorbed by the hair follicles and prevent them from weakening and falling.

Also Read: Why Should We Eat Whole Wheat Grains?

These diet options could possibly have some link between lash or hair growth for their various components and properties. Also, one must always keep a check on any existing allergies before starting any diet without any thought. 

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