Besides its well-known use as decorative dye for skin, hair, hand and nails, henna leaves are used to prevent or protect against skin diseases. In Ayurvedic medicine, henna has been used to treat skin infections, and a decoction of the leaves were used for aseptic cleaning of wounds and healing. Several studies have reported antimicrobial, antifungal, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities from all over the world. That’s why, henna is not only of big interest for cosmetics as colouring substance but is also a great ingredient to balance oily skin and scalp and protect the hair shine.
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