Moving up Myrobalan and Sarah


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Posted by Maureen on October 13, 2002 at 12:34:18:

These are pieces of a thread on Sarah and Myrobalan from further down
the page:

"...Sarah has myrobalan BOTH resold from you and
straight from an unopened package from Navaid

Yes, Myrobalan seems to be a natural thing, and gives a faboo stain ..
BUT...
Question is .... why is Navaid knowingly handing over a product
labeled 100% pure henna that he KNOWS is NOT 100% pure, and why has he
told one retailer and not another? And now that you know .... will
you sell it as myrobalan/henna blend or ..........?"

A couple of things need to be corrected here:

1. Sarah is an herbal/henna hair dye that Navaid sells. Review of
his website and the labeling on his box leaves no confusion that this
product is a mixture of an herbal product and henna powder. There is
no deception on his part about this. Nowhere on his website or on
his product box does it indicate that this product is 100% pure henna
powder. On the side of the box is clearly written: "Made from the
highest quality of Henna Leaves blended with herbs, on application
qickly penetrates in hair shafts, improving texture of your hair, it
conditions while colouring."

2. On my website, my herbal/henna hair dyes are labeled exactly as
that. There is no where on my website that this product is sold for
or indicated to be bought for body art.

3. On Navaid's website, it is indicated that this product "may" be
used for "tattoos."

If anyone is selling Sarah as body art quality henna powder and
representing it as 100% pure henna powder it does not appear to be
Navaid. It is definately not me. www.everydayhenna.com

There are a number of people who are selling or who have sold Sarah
as body art henna powder. However, they are doing so or have done so
with the nature and intended use of Sarah readily available to them
on Navaid's website in a number of places and clearly labeled
package. http://www.navaidhenna.com

Myrobalan in combination with Navaid's henna powder is indeed
a "natural thing" and does give a faboo stain. That is the extend to
his claims regarding the use of Sarah for hair and/or body art and
the extend of my claim regarding the use for which I sell it.

However one uses Sarah...either as a supplier or customer...becomes
informed decision of the particular supplier or customer.

Hopefully this provides clarity to the misconception that information
was revealed to one supplier yet denied to another. I have never
experienced Navaid to be anything but forthcoming and helpful
concerning his many natural herbal products.

Maureen

 


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