Is Henna for You ?

Health, Hygiene and Safety...

Health, Hygiene and Safety

Please read the following conditions to ensure your suitability for henna art.

Allergies & Skin Conditions:

If you have a nut allergy it is recommended that you do not apply henna as Sahaj Henna cannot guarantee that the products sourced and ingredients used have not been in contact with nuts

If you are prone to any form of skin condition such as Eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, acne, open wounds or general broken or sensitive skin then henna is not recommended for you at this time. SAHAJ Henna suggests you take a skin test 24 hours before full application, using the exact ingredients that will be used by Sahaj Henna. For a list of ingredients see the section Henna Ingredients.

Skin tests

As with all cosmetics and body care products, test on an inconspicuous area of skin for any allergic reaction. Allergies can develop anytime, based on your health condition, so re-test before every application. Sahaj Henna strives to maintain all safety standards within its limit. However, SAHAJ Henna is NOT responsible for any allergic reactions caused to its clients for use of its products and other 3rd party products.

REMEMBER: HENNA STAINS! This may sound obvious, but the henna will stay on your skin from one to three weeks, and varies from person to person. The stain will darken over the first 48 hours and after a few days it will start to fade. Please bear this in mind regarding employment and/or appropriateness. Henna is a natural dye and will stain any clothing, textiles or furniture it is in contact with.
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