Trying to Hang onto Your Eyelashes and Eyebrows During Chemo? This May Be Worth a Try

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Everybody wants to keep their hair during chemotherapy, but the reality is that it’s simply not always possible. Some people lose it and some don’t, and even if you use a cooling cap to freeze your scalp during chemo, your hair can still fall out. A lot depends on the person and how much chemotherapy you have to undergo.

The same is likely true of your eyebrows and eyelashes. Not everyone can manage to keep them.

Photo: YouTube/cancerwithasmile

Photo: YouTube/cancerwithasmile

However, there are some products on the market to help you keep those eyebrow and eyelash hairs attached. And while they may not work for everyone, they’re certainly worth a try. The results may surprise you.

Photo: YouTube/cancerwithasmile

Photo: YouTube/cancerwithasmile

Audrey, who runs the vlog cancerwithasmile, was not able to keep her hair during chemotherapy, but she tried a product a friend recommended for her eyebrows and eyelashes. She used it at least twice a day for the entire time she was going through chemotherapy, and she’s happy to have retained her eyelashes and most of her brows!

Photo: YouTube/cancerwithasmile

Photo: YouTube/cancerwithasmile

Check out the video below to see the product Audrey used, learn how to apply it, and hopefully catch some of her infectious attitude!

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Elizabeth Nelson is a wordsmith, an alumna of Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, a four-leaf-clover finder, and a grammar connoisseur. She has lived in west Michigan since age four but loves to travel to new (and old) places. In her free time, she. . . wait, what’s free time?