HennaHair elixir

Hair Conditioner and Colorent

One of the most popular beauty ingredient in India. It is also known as Mehandi in hindi derived from Sanskrit word mendhika, goranti in Kannada, Marandani in tamil. Women all over the country have been reaping the benefits of Henna since time immemorial. Apart from being a fabulous ingredient to naturally dye hair, it is also known to strengthen, condition, and nourish the tresses from deep within the shaft. Henna leaves are dried to make a fine powder and used in various hair recipes to reap the benefits it offers.

Benefits of Henna :

Nourishes and boosts hair growth

It balances the pH and oil production

Strengthens and smoothens hair shaft and gives a lustrous shine

It is a natural hair dye

100% Natural, No added chemicals, No Ammonia, No SLS, No Paraben

How to use Henna for skin and hair?

Kamalu 100% Natural Henna is made with sun dried Henna leaves from Rajasthan. Henna has been used since the Bronze Age to color skin, hair and fingernails. Henna's colouring properties are due to Lawson, a burgundy organic compound that has an affinity for bonding with protein. The colour that results from dying with henna can fall into a broad spectrum, from auburn, to orange, burgundy, chestnut brown.

Henna for Hair Dye:To color your hair, mix the henna powder, lemon juice, coffee or black tea and water in an iron skillet to make a paste and let it stay overnight. However, if you wish to color vibrant reddish brown do not use skillet or any iron utensil. Apply it all over the head, wearing hand gloves. Rinse the mixture off your hair after an hour or so.

Hair Conditioning: Mix henna with curd or water to make a paste and apply it all over the head, wearing hand gloves. Rinse the mixture off your hair after an hour or so. You might have to wash your hair a couple of times, before you get rid of all the henna from your hair. Oil hair post wash for better gloss & shine.

Henna Art: The paste can be applied with many traditional and modern motifs on hands, feet and fingers