Henna plant can reach a height of 4 to 6 feet and can be found in countries such as Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Egypt, Syria, Yemen, Uganda, Morocco, Senegal, Tanzania, Kenya, Iran and Palestine. Henna grows quite well in hot climates.
Henna is the name of the oldest herbs used as cosmetics. Very safe to use. Rarely cause problems. If in doubt because it has sensitive skin, it is worth consulting with your doctor and try it in small quantities. For example, by applying a little henna on the back of the neck or under the arms, because the skin in the area belong to the most sensitive areas. Natural henna is usually safe as it contains no synthetic chemical dyes or other harmful additives.
Mehendi formulated from plant leaves, called Henna or Lawsonia Inermis. Henna can be used on the body to create beautiful patterns and designs.
Henna is also known for the healing and therapeutic properties. Since ancient times, henna is used to nourish the hair so that the more shiny, serves as a good conditioner for the hair and scalp.