Black Henna Paste

Black Henna Paste – Some peoples are now believed that Henna is only in one color and if it is available in other colors it will mixed some chemical in it. But some people think that it is real and it is derived from the plant named Indigo (from the plant Indigofera tinctoria).

But the authentic information is that  this Black Henna is derived from some plant and also mixed some chemical in it and also which can damaged your skin and some allergic are also cause your skin and hairs. Some dangerous incense and chemical are also present in this particular henna.Dangers of Black Henna

The Black Henna paste is prepared with very carefully and first plucked the leaves of indigo and then takes this for dried and then mixed the chemical named para-phenylenediamine (PPD). This Para- Phenylenediamine is the very dangerous chemical and it affects the place where it is applied.Dangers of Black Henna

In the 1990s, henna artists in Africa, India, Bali, the Arabian Peninsula and the West began to experiment with para-phenylenediamine (PPD) hair henna; they made a thick paste and applying it as they would apply in an effort to find something that would quickly make temporary body art. PPD can cause severe allergic reactions, with intense itching, permanent scarring, and permanent chemical sensitivities.

Estimates of allergic reactions range between 3% and 15%. Simple Red color Henna does not cause these injuries.” Black henna” made with PPD can cause lifelong sensitization to coal tar derivatives. “Black henna” made with gasoline, kerosene, lighter fluid, paints thinner and is present into this chemical.