Eyebrow mist

So i am planning of making an eyebrow mist with essential oils. Do i need to have a solution? What should i use for the solution? What  preservative should I use?

Comments

  • Why an eyebrow mist?... Yes you would need a solubilizer. Have a look over here: Yes you need a preservative, I won't figure out for you which is suitable for this unusual purpose, maybe someone else will.
  • What is the purpose of an eyebrow mist?
  • I'm partly curious about what I might not know about the benefits of eyebrow sprays, and partly disgusted by the more likely scenario that this is just another useless cosmetic gimmick, generating waste and cluttering people's lives.
  • PerryPerry Administrator, Professional Chemist
    Putting essential oils near people's eyes doesn't seem like a good idea.
  • You will benefit from using castor oil for eyebrow mist. Our eyes just don’t seem to be attracted to mold eyebrow. There should also be attractive eyelashes. You can use Careprost Eye Drops for long and dark eyelashes.
  • Thinly veiled link-building? A word of caution, the active in these eye drops was developed and is used as a medical treatment for glaucoma by lowering the pressure inside the eyeball. Definitely not a cosmetic.
  • Agate said:
    Thinly veiled link-building? A word of caution, the active in these eye drops was developed and is used as a medical treatment for glaucoma by lowering the pressure inside the eyeball. Definitely not a cosmetic.
    Exactly. 5 stars.

    Eyebrow product is trending @Agate especially in natural side.
    There's Korean eyebrow semi-permanent embroidery hyping too.
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