Henna Powder and Herbal Henna

Odds are, you have probably heard of herbal henna as an organic hair and skin dye. However, you might not have heard that henna has incredible benefits for both your skin and hair; and is often used in beauty products as a core ingredient. Also known as ‘Mehandi’, this ingredient has been used as a hair conditioner for hundreds of years. It is a natural herbal powder used for colouring hair and helps prevent dandruff and scalp itching.

Henna is a plant that usually grows in sub-tropical and tropical countries; it is most commonly known in beauty circles by its scientific name, lawonie Inermis. The plant itself can grow to be over seven meters tall; and when in season, is covered in small petite pink flowers.

Making Pure Henna & Herbal Henna

To make henna, the plants leaves are picked and dried or crushed to make a fine powder. It is the fine powder that is used in most cosmetic products, as well as hair dye and hair care products. The powder is also used as a temporary tattoo, nail, hand and even a clothing dye.

This fine powder is then either sold in its raw form of concentrated henna also known as ‘pure henna’ or it is mixed with other powders and herbs to create a concoction of natural goodness that can be used on your skin and hair, which is also known as ‘herbal henna’.

What is in Our Herbal Henna?

Our premium quality Herbal Henna, is blended with 9 incredible herbs that originate in the Himalayas. All of these herbs are renowned for their amazing nourishing and conditioning properties. Our herbal henna has been designed to leave your hair silky, smooth and soft. These nine Himalayan herbs are Brahmi, Amla, Shikakai, Jatamasi, Tulsi, Aloe Vera, Bhringraj, Neem and Hibiscus.

About Our Himalayan Herbs

Amla is great for boosting vitamin c levels, it is an ingredient that is easily absorbed by your skin and hair. Amla has gained major popularity in the beauty industry for its ability to improve the quality and health of your skin and hair. Aloe Vera is soothing and moisturising, it helps cleanse acne prone skin and is incredible at reducing skin inflammation and itchiness. It is especially effective at promoting scalp health. Brahmi is packed full of antioxidants which makes it an amazing revitalising agent for both your skin and hair. Tulsi is an ingredient that is well known as a stress reliever and is filled with linoleic acid which is great for your skin and scalp as it helps fight infections and reduce dandruff.