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 Benefits Of Using Henna(Mehendi) For A Healthy Hair

26-03-2018

 Henna(Mehendi) is acknowledged to be one of the best beauty ingredients for healthy hair. Henna’s nourishing properties make it perfect to turn dry, damaged and unhealthy hair into soft, shiny and manageable locks.

         Some of the India’s most popular group of Van-aushadhi (wild medicinal shrub) for hair coloring dimension are  Henna (Mehendi), Amla, Mandur, Hibiscus (Jaswand), Bhringraj, Multani Mitti, Motiya and Rosha Oil.

        Nevertheless, Henna is acknowledged to be one of the best beauty ingredients for healthy hair. Henna’s nourishing properties make it perfect to turn dry, damaged and unhealthy hair into soft, shiny and manageable locks. Due to its cooling properties, it is widely used in hot weather conditions. With the changing times, it is more applied for day-to-day beauty care regime. Due to it’s versatile usage, it is famous worldwide for beautiful, strong hair goals. In international market, there is a huge demand for henna based shampoo and hair conditioners as a substitute to harsh chemicals used in other hair products. According to market survey, every year there is a huge increase in the export of henna to other countries.

          There are a number of amazing benefits of henna for hair care. Apart from excellent natural hair coloring agent, Henna can also be utilized daily as hair moisturizer. It helps in conditioning dry hair, and bestows a natural smooth & shiny look. It also works as a hair dye for premature greying of hair. Henna helps remove excess grease and dirt from your scalp that includes dandruff. It further promotes hair growth.

      The powder can be effectively used to create an essential oil that nourishes and encourages growth. Henna’s natural powder is also an excellent remedy for hairfall. Due to its antifungal and antimicrobial properties that cool and soothe your scalp, it highly helps in reducing scalp itchiness.

Tip #1:

Usually, it is observed that most of the people with little grey hair apply henna. While people with excess of grey hairs, opt for chemical-based hair dye & colors that are easily available in the market. However, they should note that in order to curb the side effects of these artificial hair coloring components, it is necessary to apply henna at least once in 15 days.

Note:

Henna is known to color only grey hair in contrast to the popular myth that suggests henna to be an all-round coloring agent.

Tip #2

Since a lot of people aren’t in favor of the color achieved by henna for the hair, it is recommended to add mandur and amla to the mixture of henna.

This blend will definitely give you shiny, black hair naturally. You can also add Maka & Hibiscus (Jaswand) to Henna mixture for same results.

Conclusion: Today’s young generation is constantly facing an increasing rate of premature greying due to stress, lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits and other contributing factors. For such a generation, Henna time and again proves to be a boon from ‘Van-Aushadhi’.

 

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