4 Benefits of Henna for your Hair?

4 Benefits of Henna for your Hair?

Healthy beautiful hair is something all people wants and everyone do different thing keep their hair healthy. One of the methods is the henna for the hair. It is very popular hair coloring dimension from hundreds of years. Till now people use henna to colour their hair.It is the natural process to color hair and also helps to prevent dandruff and scalp itching.Here, are the 4 benefits of henna for your hair.

#1. Prevents Pre-Mature Hair Fall- Henna seals our hair cuticles and heals our hair shaft thus preventing hair damage or hair fall. It balances the pH of the scalp and also treats problems like dandruff and dryness. All these curing and healing benefits of henna makes it one of the best natural hair dyes.

#2. Boosts hair growth- Henna has a good protein content. It thus boosts hair growth by providing our hair with its essential nutrition that is protein. It also repairs hair cuticles. Another one of the many benefits of henna is that it ensures a proper hair damage repair system.

#3. Acts Like a Sunscreen- Heat causes this semi protein to cling to our hair shaft thus protecting it from the damaging effects of the sun. This semi protein not only protects your hair from the sun but also from chlorine and pollution. So get some hair insurance by applying henna on your hair.

#4. Prevents Hair Greys- It has been one of the most popular hair dyes down the ages. Even Cleopatra and Nefertiti used henna to colour their hair. It imparts the hair a lovely red hue thus covering all greys. Henna only darkens our existing colour, it has no lightening effects on hair.

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