History of Henna
01. What is Henna ?
Henna is dried leaf and tem powder of the plant Lawsonia inermis, a small bush 3-4 feet tall, which can grow up to 2 1/2 to 3 meters in height. This actually grows in hot climate like India, Sudan, Egypt etc. but Indian Henna is known as best coloring Henna in the world.
02. Is there any side effect while using the Henna ?
As you know Henna is being using since 5000 years. It is a perfect 100% natural product It's allergic reactions are very rare, go for allergic test before using the Henna as you do the test for normal cosmetic product. Applying Henna is very simple and painless. It's really work like a jewel on the body.
03. What are the usual colors of Henna decorations?
Depending on your body chemistry and skin color, the designs can appear as orange, red, brown, and burgundy. The color of Henna is also based on the strength of Dye-paste mixture and the length of time it is left in place.
Caution: To apply Henna on hair you will need only the Henna powder and several simple-to-gather items that you already have around the house. Avoid using metal bowls or utensils for mixing, as they can react with natural chemicals present in the Henna.
04. What does the Henna smell like?
Some people love the smell of Henna and other cannot tolerate it. Henna paste has particular smell similar to a barnyard or to damp clay. Still the odor has been described by some as an aphrodisiac.
05. Is Henna a natural product?
Yes. Henna is a natural pigment in most people will cause no harm. The leaves are cut from the plant, dried and ground into powder. Some commercial Henna products may have added ingredients. Always read the labels. It is best to do a patch test to be sure that your skin is not sensitive to this plant.