Henna, a powder obtained from the crushed leaves of the traditional
Indian plant 'Lawsonia Inermis'. This plant contains Lawsonia,
pure natural substance which produces red colour that not
only colours 'hair' but also the nails, fingers, palms and
soles. The leaves and seeds of the plants possess medicinal
properties. It leaves hair shiny and smooth. Since time immemorial
Henna is adorned by Indian women on their feet and hands.
It protects skin from diseases.
It acts as a cooling agent for head and body. Henna contains
those natural ingredients which are vital for hair nourishment.
It is also used for body tattooing, textile dying and tanning.
The principal advantage offered by Henna as a modern hair
colour, is its eco-friendly nature and healthy for body.