How henna powder is made
How henna powder is made.
Henna plant grows in semi-arid zones and tropical areas. It produces the most dye when grown in temperatures between 35 and 45 °C (95 and 113 °F).
Once the henna leaves are harvested, they are set out to dry in the sun.
The dust, twigs etc are removed from the leaves before they are grinded. Bags of dried henna leaves are then taken to grinding machines and kept in a temperature controlled environment for best results where the henna powder is cleaned from its impurities. This process is repeated until a hygienic silk smooth powder is obtained which is safe use on skin. The powder quality is re-checked and finally approved. It is then packaged and shifted to the warehouse where it is exported globally.