A powdered leaf that is traditionally used to dye the hair and the skin red. Henna has been used by women for thousands of years to dye the hair, the fingernails, the palms and the soles. Men too used it to obtain a red hue in their beards. It comes from a small, attractive shrub with leaves of a pale green colour. Its white flowers give off a sharp odour. But it is the leaves which are dried and crushed into a greenish-yellow powder and then used as the colourant.
Neal’s Yard Remedies is committed to looking after the environment so we will dispatch your herb order in bulk to reduce the amount of packaging needed.
RENEWABLY SOURCED AND COMPOSTABLE
We’re moving to a new eco-friendly Natureflex™ film for our clear herb bags. This renewable, plant-sourced bag is made from PEFC/FSC® certified wood pulp and meets both industrial and home composting standards.
USE TIME AND TIME AGAIN
Kept cool and dry, your Natureflex bag will last and be useful for general purpose, such as storage of dried goods. You can bring your Natureflex™ bag, or any other clean container of your preference, on your next visit to be re-filled with dried herbs.
TIP: Gently wipe the inside clean with a dry cloth to remove any residual herb dust before using again.
I used this on my mums hair and came out perfect! I'm a hairdresser and she's allergic to colour. We used to use Loreal botonea which was henna and they discontinued it so we tried this for the first time! I used 100g henna and then 150g cold water and 150g boiling water applied to shampooed and towel dried hair to keep the cuticles open and then wrapper her hair in clingfilm and left for 1 hour and washed off like normal and completely covered her greys and the colour came out perfect!
A great product, a real lifesaver for my hair! would really recommend to others.
This product is excellent but often out of stock. Please get more soon!
Great product - but why is it often out of stock? Has been out of stock for months now. Missing a sales opportunity when you have a product people want but you are are not stocking it
I really love the result of Henna powder on my hair. The colour is really beautiful and whats more important my hair looks healthy and glossy without any synthetic dye.I have try so many different brands but this one is simply the best when it comes to mixing with water. After a minute creates very smooth consistence that is easy to apply.**From a recent survey**
I love this henna :) I have mid length hair and I use this henna approx. every 3 weeks and I use approx 50g per go. I mix it with rooibos tea and all spice and leave the mix on for about an hour to an hour and a half and the colour is amazing! I find this henna so much easier to use than other brands and the smell isn't too bad either. The only reason I don't use it over night is because my boyfriend isn't keen on the idea. My hair is always lovely and soft and manageable after I've used it and I always receive compliments on my hair. I can't recommend this product enough.
Being of Indian origin I was hesitant as I usually use henna from India for my hair. However the organic made me want to try it for chemical free reasons!This stuff is AMAZING!! I mixed it with soaked tea and left it over night. The next day my mother applied it to my hair and was amazed how the colour was taking in five minutes on her hand. I left it on for 5 hours and washed it off and the colour was so strong! The only thing is because this stuff is so good my hair still smells so strong of henna a few days later but I don't mind that. I've got red and copper strands going through my hair now and want to enjoy my natural hair colour without using colour from salons. I recommend any one who don't mind being auburn, red and copper on their natural dark brown hair. However use a strong conditioner after as my hair was a little dry but loving the chemical free for my hair and scalp.
Not all hennas are the same. This organic henna leaves your hair shiny, well conditioned and a great colour. When I became allergic to chemical colourants I was forced to find an alternative. My hairdresser suggested this, and advised me to buy an organic brand, as all hennas are not the same. She also suggested I mix with a weak black coffee instead of just water. It toned down the read and dulled the earthy smell considerably.This product is messy to apply but the result is well worth the effort..