DIY Eyelash Growth Serum

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There are tons of different lash growing serums out there. In fact many of them are really good and work. But I was curious to see if there was an all natural serum out there. Guess what I found?! An all-natural-super-successive DIY Eyelash Growth Serum!! Three ingredients + two tools and you’ve got yourself a SB Beauty secret on your hands… err, lashes! And brows, too! Use this formula on any hair you wish to see longer and fuller.

DIY Lash Serum


In an empty jar or bottle, add 1/4 of the container with alcohol-free Aloe Vera Gel (lengthens lashes) + 1/4 with Castor Oil (thickens lashes) + 1/2 with Vitamin E Oil (lengthen lashes), then combine liquids with a gentle shake. Use a recycled mascara wand to apply to your lashes (or brows) at night. With regular use, you’ll soon be seeing results . . . . . and so will everyone else!

If DIY isn’t your thing, this high-end serum will definitely do the trick. You can always use a powerful mascara to fake thick eyelashes too!

DIY Eyelash Growth Serum | SB BeautyWhat other beauty DIY tricks would you like to learn? What eyelash growth serums have you tried?

I’d love to hear results from you who try this serum. Please share your lash love with us in the comments below. xo

  • Have you also heard of using sweet almond oil for eye lash growth? My mom passed on that beauty gem to me and my eye lashes are always their fullest when I use that at night and Benefit’s Bad Gal Mascara. 🙂

  • Ely

    Awesome tip! Told my gf about it and she’s now trying it. I’m sure she’ll comment if she sees good results.

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  • Asako

    I just found your blog to be so charming, I love how you feature different women and highlighting their best features. I got a lot of great ideas. I stumbled upon this post and I thought “I have to give this a try!” You have an amazing blog!

  • I’m really allergic to aloe vera, can I omit it or replace it with anything?

  • Angela brown

    Good recipe but I prefer something which is readily available and at the same time is made up of natural ingredients. That’s why I use Xlash Eyelash Growth Serum.Its safe to use and gives really quick results.

  • The process for making eyelashes long is very GOOD.

  • Well, that sure is a whole lot cheaper than the eyelash growth serums you find in the stores!

  • carolyne

    Looks like a good combo, although I’d be a bit nervous of castor oil too close to the eyes.
    Manketti oil has a ton of vitamin e too, so I wonder whether that may be a good addition. Its been great for my hair. So has coconut oil.

  • This works wonders! I swapped the Castor Oil and Vitamin E for Organic Argan oil and the results were on point! With Argan oil having double the amount of vitamin E, I find it way cheaper to go this route along with the great benefits.


    simply pure | 100% organic | cold-pressed | moroccan

  • Susan Morgan

    Thanks for sharing. I will give this serum a try. 🙂

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  • Great article and thank you for the recipe

  • Justin Staley

    I want to add lavender oil to this recipe. How many drops would you recommend?

    • Ebony Brown

      Just 1 or 2.

  • Cydney
  • Mary Adam

    Careprost is really nice and well known eyelashes growth serum help to get longer, thicker and darker eyelashes within 3 months.
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  • Yulia Mertsalova

    Hey I tried this mix before, works just fine. Do you know that if you’re older and your eyebrows are starting to become grey, you should add rosemary essential oil to this mix. I experiment both with natural remedies and the products from the market. My favorite one is Cherish Lash serum at the moment – really saved my eyelashes for just a short period of time.