What is Henna?


The Latin name for Henna is ‘Lawsonia Inermis’ a plant that grows in India, Middle East and North Africa and is generally used to create colourful tattoo effects to decorate the skin.

PPD is the colour ingredient in Brow Henna.  It creates beautiful, colourful shades. The Black Henna is used in various countries to create temporary tattoos and can potentially lead to intense allergic reactions due to the percentage of PPD in Black Henna being high, from 8% to 29% after mixing with water. *The maximum amount of PPD in Supercilium henna powder is 1,5% after mixing with fixing lotion.

Skin Sensitivity Patch Test

As with all hair colourants a sensitivity patch test is required before having a Supercilium Henna Brow Treatment.  *This is done in salon 48hrs pre treatment.  To learn more about Henna Brow Treatments at Beauty Vibes click on the link here


October 3rd, 2019|Blog, General Info|

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