i've often longed for a harvest date on packaging too... NT


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Posted by Alissa  on August 28, 2002 at 21:12:52:

In reply to: As a consumer... posted by Natasha Papousek on August 28, 2002 at 18:20:43:

: I am interested in a reliable stain as well a fine texture. I have
a
: Fred, but I'd rather not use it. However, reliability is most
: important. I have wasted money on henna that didn't stain...it's
not
: just money, it was a waste of time...and once of my client's time
and
: money...
:
: Jamila is currently my workhorse powder. It's always proved to be
: both beautifully textured and a reliable stainer. But sometimes
: Jamila isn't in stock. I'd love to be able to have a a back-up or
: two...and info on both grit level and reliable staining would be
very
: helpful.
:
: Not sure how to do a rigorous reliability test -- but would like to
: see one that uses several samples of the same brand over
: time...different crops, different ages, etc.
:
: Also, a harvest date on the package would helpful. I probably
should
: put dates on my henna bags...since sometimes I find a bag at the
back
: of the freezer and have no clue how fresh it is...

 


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