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Henna or hina

Henna or hina

Henna or hina (Lawsonia inermis, family Lythraceae)  


Henna is a flowering plant or shrub native to tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, and Southern Asia. Henna contains a burgundy dye molecule, lawsone. This dye molecule has the ability to bond with proteins, and consequently has been widely used in body art to dye skin, hair and fingernails, and to dye silk, leather, and wool. Henna body art is made by applying henna paste to the skin. Henna paste is prepared by drying the henna leaves and grinding them to powder, and then this powder is mixed with oil or water to form the paste. When this henna paste is applied to the skin the dye (lawsone) migrates from the paste to the outermost layer of the skin.

One of the most popular beauty ingredients , henna has been taking care of most of our hair troubles since the times of yore. 

It’s important to note that there are actually three varieties of henna - Natural henna, neutral henna, and black henna.


Henna is an ancient dye, evidence being the Egyptian mummies found in the tombs that had their nails dyed with henna. It is also used in many countries for dyeing hair, eyebrows and fingernails during religious festivals and marriages. the powdered leaves of this plant (aqueous paste) are used as a cosmetic for staining hands, palms, hairs and other body parts.


Benefits of Using Henna 

For Hair:

  • Henna Maintains Scalp Health. Henna has a cooling effect on the scalp.
  • Henna Balances PH levels and Oil production.
  • Henna Curbs Hair Fall and Boosts Hair Growth.
  • Henna Strengthens And Repairs Hair.

Maintains Scalp Health:

  • Henna has a cooling effect on the scalp.
  • The antifungal and antimicrobial properties of henna help in maintaining the scalp health by fighting against various scalp issues like dandruff, scalp itchiness.
  • It helps in removing impurities from the hair which further helps in preventing dandruff.

Balances PH levels and Oil production:

  • Keeping issues like dandruff at bay.
  • Excellent ingredient for balancing the pH and oil production of scalp.
  • It helps in removing the excess oils from hair, unclogging follicles
  • Restoring the normal functioning of the sebaceous glands.

Curbs Hair Fall and Boosts Hair Growth

  • The boosted scalp health, balanced pH levels.
  • Unclogged pores .
  • stop to hair fall
  • Promote healthy hair growth.
  • growing hair faster
  • Improves the texture of hair.

Strengthens And Repairs Hair

  • Repair hair damage while also nourishing hair.
  • It helps to seal the hair cuticle which results in hair locks that are more lustrous.
  • This indeed helps in improving hair elasticity.

Conditions Hair

  • Helps in building a protective barrier around each one of hair shafts.
  • It can help reduce hair fall
  • Locking in the moisture and keeping the hair conditioned.
  • It can be very beneficial when we use it along with other hydrating ingredients.
  • Helps in minimizing issues like split ends and hair breakage.
  • Treating nails
  • Prevent nails from cracking and might reduce inflammation.
  • Applying a poultice directly to the nail beds might clear up irritation, pain, and infection in the nail beds. 
  • Protecting the skin against infections and eliminating inflammation.
  • It can be applied to burns, wounds, and scrapes for generations.
  • Protective layer against foreign pathogens and substances.
  • it might have natural cooling abilities that suck the heat from the skin.
  • Bring down fevers due to its possible antipyretic properties.
  • Bringing the overall temperature of the body down is essential, and henna might be able to accomplish this by either inducing sweating and effectively breaking the fever, or simply cooling the body and providing some relief. 
  • Henna oil may help alleviate certain sleep disorders and relaxed state before sleep.

Improve the Nail Quality

Might Heal Wounds

Reduce Fever

Might be Anti-inflammatory

·           The juice of the plant can be directly applied to the skin for fast relief from headaches.

·           The possible anti-inflammatory effects of the compounds found in henna might help it reduce that tension and promote healthy blood flow in the capillaries.

·           Used topically for arthritic and rheumatic pains.