Biotin is also known as vitamin H and is a component of the vitamin B-complex group. But all the brouhaha around biotin is indeed surprising because it came to be considered a “vitamin” only fairly recently. Although biotin was discovered way back in 1901 as a compound that led to the growth of yeast, its status as a vitamin was established nearly 40 years later.

Biotin and Eyebrows

Biotin however, today is a much-exalted vitamin. Amongst its various benefits, it also promotes healthy hair, skin, and nails and as such is known as a “beauty vitamin.” It is also sometimes known as the “hair growth vitamin” because biotin facilitates the absorption and metabolism of protein (amino acid) in the hair cells and promotes cell growth. Incidentally, proteins are building blocks of hair and thus healthy levels of biotin in the body are essential to stimulate hair growth, including lashes and brows. In fact, thinning and consequent loss of eyebrow hair is believed by some to be a classic symptom of severe biotin deficiency. 

Monumental Capabilities of Biotin

Biotin can be found in many kinds of food items and is readily absorbed by the body unless there is any underlying medical condition that prevents its assimilation. Brewer’s yeast, kidney, and beef liver are rich in this vitamin while soya beans, nuts, egg yolk, and cereals contain ample quantities. Apart from these potent sources, biotin is also found in wheat bran, white mushrooms, spinach, bananas, and strawberries. So to make eyebrows reach their growth potential, you should take in a diet rich in these food items and also ensure that you are getting your quota of vitamins C, B5, and B12 and sulfur that help in the break down and absorption of biotin.

A Sharp Rebound

You can also take biotin supplements, readily available in health food stores, to promote eyebrow growth. The most effective supplement contains about 2,000 micrograms of biotin and is known to bring about positive results within a few weeks of regular intake.

A Potent Combination

Besides, you can also use eyebrow serum infused with the goodness of biotin to accelerate eyebrow growth potential. These eyebrow enhancer products not only promote the appearance of eyebrow growth but also moisturize and nourish the hair’s cortex to strengthen them and prevent hair breakage and loss. Some of the best eyebrow growth products also contain other potent natural hair growth promoting substances like ProVitamin B5 and Hyaluronic acid.

So, if your sparse eyebrows had been causing you to mope, you can seek relief in the fact that a solution is near at hand!