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  • How Does Henna Work?

    The Fading Process

    May 29th, 2007

    • Natural Henna Body Art products contain a natural permanent dye, Lawsone. Henna Tattoos only appear to fade away because the skin itself is infact temporary; and so the body naturally regenerates its epidermis (the upper layer of skin) where the Henna Tattoo has been applied.
    • As the body sheds its dead skin cells naturally, the henna stained epidermal cells are shed and Read the full article »

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    The Final Colour

    May 29th, 2007

    • After 48 hours you will not see any further colour darkening, the Henna Stain has finished oxidising and reached its optimum colour.
    • The exact shade of each piece of Henna Body Art is dependent upon each individual's skin type , skin condition and Read the full article »

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    The Developing Process

    May 29th, 2007

    • The innitial henna staining takes place during the time that the skin is in contact with the wet henna paste. Where the colour achieved is usually a bright orange shade.
    • However, the majority of the colour appears, as if by magic, after the henna paste has dried out and Read the full article »

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    The Colouring Process

    May 29th, 2007

    • The active ingredient ‘Lawsone’ that occurs naturally in the leaves of the Henna Plant is preserved naturally within the dried henna powder.
    • The dye begins to work when the Henna Powder is activated by a catalyst, the key component being Read the full article »

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