Re: Which the difference?


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Posted by Lauren on July 22, 2002 at 20:57:40:

In reply to: Which the difference? posted by Cristiane Santos on July 22, 2002 at 15:07:56:

: Which the difference?
: The Henna originalin and the lawsonia inermis?
I'm not sure what originalin is, but Lawsonia Inermis is the
scientific name for the henna used to dye skin, hair, and cloth.

: The pure henna(reddish/brown) is it good for skin and hair?
Excellent! Henna makes hair strong and shiny and adds toughness
without callus to skin.

: Did I find a henna pure indian, only that is for hair, which the
: difference for the one what can it be used in the skin?
If you have henna that is marked for hair use, it will likely not be
as fresh and strong as in required for skin use. However, you can
use skin henna on hair with great results.
Lauren

 


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