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Throughout human evolution, we lost most of the hair from our body, while eyebrows stayed. The reason behind this is that eyebrows have functions that are indispensable or cannot be done without. First of all, they protect our eyes from external light and moisture. The dirt flying around gets caught in the hair strands and is deflected from entering the eyes. The eyebrow grows outwards from the middle of the forehead towards the sides, so, when water or sweat drips down from the head they too get deflected towards the side of our head, thus reducing the obstruction in our vision. The second important function that they fulfil is providing us with facial expressions to aid in communication. Also, they are an important part of our facial identity and experts say that it becomes difficult to recognize someone without their eyebrows.

The hair colour, density and shape of the eyebrows are determined by one’s genetic composition. Four distinct genes affect the texture of the eyebrow, one gene determines its shape, a set of five genes are behind one’s hair colour and one particular gene confirms whether or not an individual is going to develop a monobrow.


The quality and shape of eyebrows are determined by genetics and so are some ailments affecting them. Also, constant eyebrow-plucking and the use of make-up products can stop the eyebrows of the affected areas from growing. Some more common ailments of the eyebrows are Contact Dermatitis, Eczema, Thyroid disease, and Madarosis. An overview of the mentioned diseases is as follows:

Contact Dermatitis: This happens when the skin comes in contact with allergens or toxic chemicals. It triggers an irritation in the skin and causes redness as well as severe itching. Allergies can be caused by jewellery made from nickel or gold or by the presence of artificial fragrances and chemicals in cosmetic products. Toxic chemicals like bleach and battery acid can also trigger contact dermatitis. Supposedly, the area around the eyebrows gets affected and then it can stop the growth of hair.

Eczema: This disease is marked by inflamed or itchy areas on the skin. It’s also a form of dermatitis and may trigger-up or subside unpredictably. Its causes are still being examined by experts but are suspected to be caused by an disturbance in immune system which results in irritation of the skin when exposed to certain chemicals found in detergents, while reaction may also occur due to sweat, synthetic fabrics or a sudden drop in humidity.

Thyroid Disease: Thyroid disease can be an underlying cause of loss in the hair strands of eyebrows. The thyroid gland produces hormones that keep a check on the metabolic activities of the body. If the amount of hormone produced fluctuates, that is, if there is a decrease or increase in the production of a hormone, then the body loses balance and this ensures disruption in many normal processes of the body. This disruption can also cause loss of eyebrows.

Madarosis: In this ailment, a person may lose the hair on his/her eyebrows and eyelashes. This can affect either one side or both sides of the face. It’s more of the aftermath of other ailments like psoriasis, viral or bacterial infections, physical injury or medications like Botox and genetic disorders like Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.

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