What is it, and how does Roots Professional treat this?
While a common concern for women, thinning eyebrows are a natural part of the aging process. Along with age, hormonal shifts can alsospeed up the loss of hair count in the eyebrow leading to a sparse look whichoften shrinks inward from the outside tip of the brow line.
These hormonal shifts are often the very same that lead tothinning hair on the head as well. Weakeyebrows can be an early sign that future issues with hair on the scalp couldemerge.
Along with natural aging issues, any skin inflammation disorders (like eczema) can lead to thinning in the brow. Finally, traction alopecia from over pluckingcan also lead to hair growth slowing and sometimes stopping completely.
Over the last decade, a common off label use of Minoxidil has been used by estheticians to speed up and repair growth on the eyebrow. With further developments in topicals and supplementation available, true regrowth is indeed possible if treatment is begun early.