in the freezer at my house...


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Posted by Alissa on July 29, 2002 at 14:27:53:

In reply to: To freeze, or not to freeze posted by Jeremy on July 29, 2002 at 13:58:33:

I've had some Jamila bought in Oct 2002 in the freezer consistently
since I first received it. It's *unviolated* plastic sealed
cellophane, in their commercial cardbox box (=protects from sunlight)
that's shrinkwrapped in cellophane as well. After openning, I keep
the now-openned henna plastic baggie in an additional ziploc to keep
it airtight, and hopefully dry, and stuff it back in the cardboard
box for sunlight protection while I'm using it. This works like a
dream for me.

Every box I've openned is pristine, and dry. It mixes so smooth and
creamy, it's just luscious henna. I seem to remember buying mine from
Michelle at Exotic Expressions (GREAT sale on it at the time, and
great service too). Michell,e if you're reading, was that from you?

I would love to go into the 6 month/one year experiment though with
it. Having even more Jamila around is a good thing in my freezer.

 


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