Real henna is similar to food, in that it’s best made fresh, good in the fridge for a few days to a week, or kept frozen for a couple of months. Henna that is “shelf-stable” (aka doesn’t require refrigeration) is simply not pure henna. Typically, harmful synthetic dyes are added to make the henna stain black or a very dark red. These dyes were not designed for use on skin, and they are transdermal toxins, which means the chemicals pass through the skin and into the bloodstream.

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