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Henna, which is binomially known as Lawsonia Inermis, is a natural herb which is obtained from the leaves of Lawsonia Plant. These Lawsonia leaves are obtained and then dried to crush them to powder form. Henna is full of coloring properties which leaves stains on skin and hairs. Henna is the most famous and most common natural herb which provides coloring to skin and hairs. Henna is particularly popular in India, where mehndi is often applied before a wedding, typically on the bride’s hands and feet. Traditionally, it is said that when a bride wears henna designs, the darker the color, the more her husband will love her. It also features in many religious and cultural festivals, such as Karva Chauth, Diwali and Eid.
Henna is usually made into a paste that is then piped, syringed or painted onto the skin in intricate patterns. It needs to be left on the skin for a period of time to allow for the staining to occur, then the dried paste can be flaked off. The stain is initially orange in color, but darkens over several days to a reddish brown. It will then gradually wear off, but can last weeks.
History of Henna - Henna has been in use of mankind for more than 6000 years. History shows that peoples of Ancient Egypt were well aware of Henna and its tremendous results. Egyptians used henna for hair coloring as well as skin designing. For centuries, it has been in use of the peoples all over the world. In Ancient Rome, Iberia, Egypt, Africa, Arab and Asian regions, Henna was used for several cosmetics purposes.In Present Era, it is considered as the most important and famous part of women on several social, cultural and religious events, especially, Marriage, EID and Diwali.
Uses of henna
|Cultivation Type||Natural, Organic|
|Function||Hair Conditioner, Hair Dying, Hair Shiner|
|Features||Easy Coloring, No Added Artificial Color, No Ammonia|
|Packing||Cloth Bag, Plastic Packet, Pp Bag|
|Packaging size||100gm, 1kg, 250gm, 500gm, 20kg And 40 Kg PP Bag|
|Private Lable (Min. Pouch)||1000|
|Min. Order Quantity||100 Kilogram|