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This is just to note that natural henna applied to the skin rarely causes an allergic reaction. If you get a henna "tattoo" always ask the henna artist if they made the paste themselves and what's in it. If they can't tell you exactly then walk away. Nearly all instances of burning/scarring are because of badly made henna that's contains chemicals such as kerosene. Henna paste cannot be stored for...

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henna is good for haircolouring but i found hairfall also.

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henna | Age: 19-24 | On supplement for 1 to 6 months |
6/24/2016
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henna is good for haircolouring but i found hairfall also.

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Kate | Age: 35-44 |
8/31/2015
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This is just to note that natural henna applied to the skin rarely causes an allergic reaction. If you get a henna "tattoo" always ask the henna artist if they made the paste themselves and what's in it. If they can't tell you exactly then walk away. Nearly all instances of burning/scarring are because of badly made henna that's contains chemicals such as kerosene. Henna paste cannot be stored for more than 2/3 days out of a freezer. If the henna is being sold off a shelf it will have dangerous chemicals. If it is being sold as 'black henna' it is very dangerous and Contains something called PPD https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/skin/Pages/black-henna-tattoo-ppd.aspx see here for further info. Natural henna made with lavender or care put oil is largely safe for children who don't suffer from any skin conditions or sensitivities. The act of having henna applied can be very relaxing and relieve stress. Always seek out an experienced artist who can provide images of their work, and is able to explain how henna works and what is in their paste. If they are unable to tell you the ingredients walk away. If they are using a henna cone with the brand name 'Naaz' walk away.

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