Henna belongs to the family Lythraceae and is cultivated in southern Iran in the cities of Hormozgan and Yazd. Iran exports approximately 4000 tons of the valuable henna powder each year.
The delicately smelling white-greenish henna plant can reach a length of 6 meters and grows in 19 to 27°C warm and sunny areas. The leaves are ready for harvesting after three years of growing. They are dried first and then powdered.
Even the ancient Egyptians used it to stain hair, nails and fingers. Pure natural henna dye can be an alternative to chemically produced hair dyes.
We offer Henna in black, red (certified by SGS) or Brown.
The color intensity of red Henna is determined by natural lawsone Henna.