? 100gr. Natural Henna – 100% natural, without additives ?
Suitable for skin and hair according to the Sunnah
? Henna powder for the skin (and hair), 100gr, £7.95
Henna comes from the henna bush (lawsonia inermis), which grows mostly in hot regions, including North Africa, Arab countries and India.
For millennia, women have decorated themselves with henna, especially on their hands and feet, which is even desirable in Islam (for women). Henna is also very popular as a hair care and colour because it gently and naturally nourishes and strengthens the hair.
Natural henna is never black! After application, the light orange shade slowly develops into a dark brown and then lasts on the skin for approx. 1-2 weeks.
The SunnahCure henna powder is 100% natural and of the best quality for an intensive result.
Benefits of SunnahCure Henna:
✔️ 100% Natural, non-allergenic
✔️ Intense colour tint
✔️ Easy to work with
✔️ Sifted several times
✔️ Hair care
– Never use black henna, as this is absolutely artificial and is therefore extremely hazardous to health and triggers allergies!
– Natural SunnahCure henna does not cause allergies and is absolutely harmless because it is 100% natural.
– Product may differ from product image. Decoration is not part of the offer.
– This product is not a miracle/cure/drug
Scope of delivery
100 grams of 100% natural henna
Benefits from Islamic sources
Shaykh Ibn Baaz رحمه الله was asked: “Is it obligatory for a woman to put henna on her hands because some people say that a woman is imitating men if she does not use henna on her hands?” He replied: “No doubt it is mustahabb (desirable) to dye their hands with henna. There are some hadith that are da’eef (weak) about that, but (nevertheless) it’s better for them to dye them with henna. Whether this is obligatory or whether it is haraam for them to keep their hands white, I have no basis for saying that. But it is better and preferable to stain them with henna so that they do not resemble a man’s hands. This is what is better and preferable because there are hadiths that speak of it and because it is part of the Sunnah, which is known among women and was common in the time of the Prophet and also afterwards to henna hands dye, and it is preferable for women.”
He SallAllahu alaihi wa Sallam said: “Allah is beautiful, and He loves beauty.”
A’isha radiAllahu anha narrated that a woman came to the Messenger of Allaah sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam to give him a letter, but the Messenger of Allaah sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam withdrew his hand and did not take this letter. She asked: “O Messenger of Allah, I wanted to give you a letter and you did not take it?”, and he replied: “I did not know whether it was the hand of a man or a woman”. She said: “It’s a woman’s hand.” He SallAllahu alaihi wa Sallam said: “If you were a woman, you would have painted your nails (hands) with henna.”
[hasan, Ahmad, Abu Dawud, An Nasa’i]
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