Henna for Stronger and Longer Hair

Are you tired of spending a fortune on hair care products? Most shampoos, conditioners, perms, relaxers, dyes, and colorants are full of chemicals that make you wonder what their long-term effects will be. As I often shop in beauty shops, I see new products as they come on the market and slowly disappear. That is why I decided to look for more natural beauty products, knowing that ancient women knew the beauty secrets well using natural oils, plants, herbs, and spices.

In my search for healthier and healthier hair care products, I discovered that henna is a wonderful plant that has been around for thousands of years and has been used to promote the health and beauty of women’s hair all over the world.

Let’s take a look at henna products and how they are used.

What is henna?

For more than five thousand years, people in Africa, the Middle East, and India have used henna for the art of painting elaborate patterns on the body; a popular illustration is a custom of painting the bride’s body in preparation for the wedding ceremony.

Henna was also used for many purposes in ancient Egypt. It eventually gained much recognition as a hair tonic. Henna is still popular today and is used in beauty care as well as elaborate body painting ceremonies and traditions.

The scientific name is Lawsonia inermis. It usually grows in hot and dry climates. With its popularity, henna became very sought after and was transported all over the world.

Henna is actually only available in one color, but there may be slight variations depending on the soil in which it is grown. It can also be synthetically formulated with dyes and other plants to produce a variety of colors from black and brown to reddish-brown and dark blond. It is very effective in coloring grey. However, care must be taken when choosing the color, as grey can sometimes change the result. It also takes a few days from the first use until the real color arrives.

How henna is used

Henna is made by mixing various natural acidic substances such as yogurt, apple vinegar, or lemon juice. It is then stirred and covered with plastic overnight or for about eight hours so that the coloring agents can be released. It is then applied vigorously to the hair, where it remains for up to three hours, and then rinsed out. This may take several times to remove all the residue from the grass. It has also been recommended that the hair not be washed the same day after applying henna.

Henna as a conditioner

Henna as a conditioner color the hair, as a conditioner it gives shine, fullness, and fullness. It also envelops each hair and provides protection and strength.


Resultados, antes y después de la henna castaño claro o light brown de Rainbow.

Enlace al producto en Amazon España: https://amzn.to/30T0paV

Enlace al producto en Amazon EEUU: https://amzn.to/30ZUUr0

Mi web con mi guía de la henna:https://www.cienciadetiblog.com/2019/03/la-guia-de-la-henna-preguntas.html

En este canal tienes una lista de reproducción llamada “henna” donde se encuentran recopilados todos mis vídeos sobre henna para el cabello.

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