It's a leather dye, and leather's skin, so it must be safe on all skin. yeah! n/t


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Posted by Lauren on October 25, 2002 at 02:48:44:

In reply to: Nigrosine as "black henna" posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on October 25, 2002 at 01:44:20:

: There's a supplier of "black henna" that lists Nigrosine as the dye
: (though nigrosine is misspelled as Nigrocin) .... someone contacted
: me to see if the henna from a company whose name includes the word
: "Natural" was safe to use ... or not. See the link below, and
scroll
: halfway down the page to Nigrosine .... then go on to the bottom to
: see how safe that stuff is.
:
: An interesting form of "use it and lose it" for all those fine
: gentlemen who sling "black henna" every day all summer.......

 


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