Henna is a plant dye used for thousands of years to create beautiful and safe temporary body art.
The henna plant grows in India, Africa, and the Middle East, where it has been an important cultural cosmetic for centuries. The leaves of the henna plant are dried, ground into powder, and made into a paste which is used to create intricate designs on the hands and feet. After several hours the paste is removed, leaving a beautiful reddish stain, which darkens significantly over the next 24 hours. The stain fades naturally from the skin in one to three weeks.
In our henna paste, we use pure Moroccan, Indian, or Pakistani henna powder, essential oils of cajeput, tea tree, and lavender, water, and sugar. For special occasions, orange flower water or scented essential oils may be added by request.
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