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Multani mitti or fuller's earth is at once homey and high-tech. It was used as far back as ancient Rome but the name Fuller's earth comes from this clay's use in the early English wool industry. It was considered so valuable that English law forbade its export until the early 18th century.

This light yellow powder is produced from clay which has great cleansing properties for both the skin and hair. The cleansing of the hair strips any impurities and residue left from chemical hair dye products leaving your hair in excellent condition for using natural hair dyes. The cleaner your hair is the more of natural dyes your hair can absorb resulting in a much better colour.

It can be used as a dry shampoo if your short on time. Leaving in your hair for 10 minutes and then brushing out will remove dirt and grease from your hair. It is great for split end treatments.
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A few words on mehendi, henna A few words on multani mitti
Mehendi is an ancient Indian Body Art. It is used in creating intricate ethnic or contemporary designs and exotic patterns on various parts of the body, though traditionally applied to the hands and feet of women preparing for special ceremonies. Once thought only for women, men are finding it a nice alternative to permanent tattoos. But now both men and women enjoy the "temporary tattoo". The process of applying henna in this manner is called 'Mehendi', an ancient ritual and art form dating back 5,000 years and is considered good luck in India, Middle East and North Africa.

No Indian wedding is ever complete without the mehendi, whichever part of the country the bride may be from, her hands are adorned with the lovely red hue of the mehendi. Henna, also known as Mehendi, is the ancient art of body painting. Mehendi originated in the India, Middle East, North Africa. Patterns vary from culture to culture. In India, hands and feet are covered in intricate, lacy designs. In North Africa, more geometric patterns are preferred.

The appeal? Painless temporary tattoos. Cutting edge. Cool. Painless. Fun. No needles, just a paste. What was in this month might be out the next, so with Mehendi a lifetime commitment (like real tattoos) is not necessary as the designs fade within a 1-4 weeks.
Multani Mitti or fullers earth makes an excellent cleansing mask, and possesses highly absorbent qualities. It is rich in minerals and when applied to the skin in the form of a paste, it helps improve circulation. It hardens slowly as it dries, and absorbing the dead cells on the top of the skin and dries up any excess oil. The mineral ingredient in fullers earth giving the absorbent action is the hydrates aluminum silicate. Grease of the skin, coats the particles of aluminum silicate and is lifted away from the skin when the mask is removed.

Clay was one of the earliest substances to be used as a beauty mask - probably something to do with the fact that we all have lolled about in mud as children and loved it. In fact, it's quite safe to dust a baby's tender bottom with fine multani mitti, gopi chandan or Fuller's earth. Fuller's earth can clean our bodies, as well. It is often used in facial masks to draw oils from the skin. You can sprinkle it your bath, or make a paste that can be applied to your face. Around the house, Fuller's earth can be used to clean up oil spills from your car or to remove wine stains from non-washable materials.
Henna is a plant that can be used to dye skin, hair, fingernails, wood, and cloth. It is a flowering shrub that grows in hot, dry climates. Most henna is produced in the Middle East, India, and parts of Africa. I buy henna powder online, a powder made by drying leaves of the plant and then grinding and sifting them. To use henna powder for body art I mix it with lemon juice, to make a paste (the acid in the lemon releases the henna dye). I like to add essential oils to darken the stain and scent the paste. My favorite oil to add is lavender. I like to add sugar or honey as well because I like a stringy consistency and it keeps the paste from drying too quickly.

Natural henna dyes the skin a soft brown or ruddy brown color. Different peoples skin responds differently to henna; on some people henna gets very dark, on others it does not. Different areas of skin also respond differently to henna, some darker than others. The palms of the hands and bottoms of the feet stain the darkest and generally the hands, arms, feet, and legs are the best areas for henna. Depending on the dye content, time left on skin, and the person, henna designs usually last somewhere between 1-2 weeks.

Ingredients the coloring thing in Henna..
Henna is a natural product, a plant, growing in size from 3 to 5 feet and can vary slightly from region to region. Its leaves are then dried and ground to make the henna powder. The ingredient in henna that makes up the dye properties is called lawsome (lawsonia inermis). Since it is a natural product, there are no known side effects.

Henna's dye component, hennotannic acid, does not pass through into the dermis, it only stains the dead cells in the epidermis. Hennotannic acid naturally makes the brick/red/brown stains; it usually takes many hours to get a good henna stain on the skin, and that stain is quite harmless. Pure, 100% henna, with the help of heat, moisture and time, leaves a reddish brown stain on skin, first light, then darkening during the next 24 hours. The shade various according to the quality of henna used, the ingredients of the paste and the methods used when applying, and sometimes the colour can darken to almost black, but basically the colour is brown.

Henna Care..
Your design should last at a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 4 weeks depending on the thickness of the epidermis of your skin and on where the design is located. Leave the paste on as long as up to 8 hours (or more if you can stand it). The longer the paste is kept on, the darker the design will be. After you peel of the paste, dip a Q-tip in some olive or Avocado oil and take off the remainder of the dry paste. Do not expose your new design to water in the first 24 hours after the design has been applied as the colour is still in its darkening process. The less exposed to water, soap or rubbing, the longer the designs will linger.

A bit of History
A comprehensive and authoritative history of henna use may not yet exist in a single volume, but references, allusions and clues are scattered through books on art, history, sociology, poetry, religion, mythology and other subjects. Henna has been used to decorate the skin and hair for nearly 5,000 years -- and has been found on the hands and feet of Egyptian mummies!.

Black Mehendi - Warning!
All products claiming to be "Black Henna" have other ingredients than henna added in them. A chemical dye called Phenylenediamine, referred to as PPD, is often used to create a fast-taking, jet-black result. This is a very dangerous toxin and unfortunately is very harmful on skin, often causing a so-called chemical burn. This is much like a strong allergic reaction, many people get it and many don't, but I advice you not to take the risk. Please stay away from these products and stick to pure henna. Henna simply doesn't penetrate far enough into healthy, adult unbroken skin to cause problems. Allergic reactions to henna are very rare, it is safe to use and the result is beautiful. 
Multani mitti (also known as Fuller's Earth) is the natural cleanser and scrubber. It is good for tightening our skin. It softens your skin and gives glow to your skin, It enhances blood circulation. It also helps to clean skin pores.. It washes away the dirt on your skin and helps in many ways to keep your skin look fresh, glowing. It also helps in reducing pimples on face. Multani matti is made of sand of pure type and this stiffens our face and reduces wrinkles, this has lime in it which the skin absorbs and kills the germs so we won't get any pimple. If your face is oily then it's very use full for you. Because multani mitti absorb all types oil on skin. Retains your face complexion. It will help you to keep your skin with a glow. It makes the skin clean and lively and delays ageing. But it should be removed carefully after drying up because it can clog the pores and aggravates acne.

The mud basics: What is multani mitti : Grandma was right! Multani mitti - what we know today as Fullers earth, is truly an excellent skin essential. Originally used as an absorbent or filter in the fabric industry, Fullers earth is now an established component of numerous skin products. It is also used in the military and civil services as a decontaminant for clothing soldiers which may have been affected by chemical agents.
 Skinsational : Multani mittis highly absorbent qualities make it a superb face mask and an excellent coolant for aggravated and irritated skin. People suffering from outburst of acne have a reason to rejoice. The hydrated aluminum silicate in the Fullers earth saps the skin of the excess oil, traps the dirt and dead skin cells accumulated over time, leaving you with a fresh, radiant and glowing skin.
 The wonder works : Multani mitti works like magic, especially for acne prone skin. Its cooling action soothes the skin, relieves the inflammation caused due to aggravated and sore acne, and reduces the possible eruption of more acne.
 The famous face mask : The multani mitti and rose water mask is famous around the globe, and for a good reason. This duo works great by balancing the pH of your skin, naturally cooling it, and reducing oiliness, making you look fresh and radiant. For people with dry skin, mix together a tsp of crushed almonds and a bit of milk with the Multani mitti for soft and supple skin all day long.
 Freedom from sweat : Mixed with your talcum powder, multani mitti makes for an excellent sweat absorbent for those summer months when your feet gets all sweaty in your shoes. Mix equal parts of both Multani mitti and your talc and rub it on your feet before leaving for work.
 For a shiny mane : Is your hair lacking shine? Its time to put the good old multani mitti to use. Just mix together a few spoonfuls of multani mitti with the juice of half a lemon and a little bit of water so it forms a nice, thick paste. Apply it on your scalp just as you would a shampoo and rinse off.
 Be spot free : Tired of hiding your spots with a conceal cream? Try this excellent face pack and watch your spots lighten away. In a small mixing bowl, add two spoonfuls of multani mitti, the juice of 1 tomato and a little bit of sandalwood powder. For an extra glow, add a pinch of turmeric powder. Mix together till it forms smooth paste and applying onto skin. Leave it for 10 minutes before rinsing and watch your face glow like a star!
Henna - Mehendi - Mehandi - FAQ Multani Mitti - Fuller's Earth - FAQ

Here are some brief answers to some frequently asked questions. Feel free to email me if you would like to know more in-depth answers to the following questions.

henna mehendi wholesale from India Is it sacrilegious for me to use henna ?
Short answer is no. Henna is not 'sacred' nor is it holy or blessed by any priest. The best analogy would be it is much like a wedding dress or wedding jewelry, considered a necessary tradition, and would be almost unthinkable to get married without it, but not a holy article. It is, however, considered to be lucky or auspicious and looked upon with favor by God/ the Gods in some cultures, and it is thought to ward off the evil eye in other societies. It is often gifted to a new bride or to someone having a celebration. A very welcome presentation. It is considered extremely beautiful and we all want to be stunning on our big day. It is said that the darker your henna stains, the more your husband or mother-in-law loves you. (depends on where you are if it's mom-in-law or husband). The traditions of henna are anywhere from 5000 to 9000 years old, 60 countries and 6 major religions so it 'belongs' to no one people in particular and the folklore behind it is varied. Henna has been/still is practiced in many different cultures including Jewish, Christian, Muslim and Hindu. All it takes to have henna is the desire to be individual and beautiful. It's also considered lucky and people will wear it before a test or when they are going to try something that they want to turn out successfully.
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OK, so WHAT is in henna?
Henna is another name for the Lawsonia Inermis plant grown in arid areas of countries like Pakistan, India, and UAE to name a few. Henna is also the term used for the action. "I'm getting a henna "or " I'm going to do some henna today". The leaves of this plant are dried, ground into a powder, then reconstituted to make a paste. Recipes to do this vary. My paste includes sugar, henna, lavender and Eucalyptus essential oils and lemon juice. The paste is applied to the skin in beautiful patterns to create a stain that can last anywhere from 4 days to 8 weeks depending on the person, how well it's taken care of and the part of the body the paste is applied to. It has many names as well, mehndi, mehandi, henna, hina, heena are some of the variations all meaning the same thing. Henna also has medicinal uses in controlling foot issues, parasidic pests and is a natural sunscreen. It was used frequently in many cultures for these properties.

Is henna safe?
Real henna is safe for almost everyone. Unfortunately there are people who are practicing the art in pop up tents, salons, festivals and street corners who are using questionable ingredients or 'black henna' which is a chemical and illegal in Canada. Often this contains no henna whatsoever. Pure henna is probably one of the world's safest and oldest cosmetics. Although not every good and safe artist is certified, it isn't a bad idea to look for an artist that is certified whenever possible to be sure your getting the safest and freshest product from a professional who is actually knowledgeable in the art form. In Winnipeg right now there is no licensing, insurance or criminal background check of street / festival artists / Hair and beauty salons when it comes to the application of henna and no one inspects the products used so it's up to you to be the smart consumer.

If you are allergic to perfumes, you should talk to your artist before getting henna done, as some individuals may be sensitive to lavender or other added oils. You should always ask what is in the mix and if they cannot or will not tell you, claim it is their heritage or make you feel foolish for asking, you should consider avoiding that vendor. It's your body and you have every right to ask questions before letting someone embellish it with anything. If your doctor has ever told you that you have G6PD or you are allergic to fava beans and aspirin, you should not be using henna. Children under 5 should also avoid henna.

So, how do I get colored henna?
The colored designs seen on other sites are henna embellished with zardosi (body safe glitter and gold), real Swarovski crystals and body safe skin paints. This technique is usually used on a bride 2 days after paste removal to make her designs. The patterns that appear black are designs that still have the henna paste on. It does NOT come in colors. If it is black or colored it is NOT henna and can be very harmful to your health and cause permanent scaring. The PPD black is banned by Health Canada but rampant in USA, Mexico and Greece. Most so called 'colored henna' is going to lighten your wallet of your hard earned coin and not stain at all at best, hurt you at worst. Don't be taken advantage of! The one and only color of original henna is natural brown...

I forgot I had a big meeting/photo shoot/granny hates henna! Can I take it off quick?
Henna stains don't really wash off quickly. Once you have it, it has to fade. That being said, there are ways to help it along if you have to. This is easier if you are somewhat older as the skin starts to thin and therefore you have less layers to exfoliate through. You can try a whitening toothpaste or a soak in a hot tub or a swim in a public pool. Chlorine and henna do not get along and the chemicals will help expedite the demise of the stain as well. Doing a lot of housework with cleaning products has been shown to be the enemy of the mehndi stain.

What care I need to provide after applying henna? Would I be able to do my normal activities?
Henna paste is moist when applied. After application, you need to keep that body part away from any obstructions so that it doesn't smear the design. The paste dries in 5 to 10 minutes. We spray mix of lemon and sugar juice on the design so that it can get better stain. It takes 5 minutes to dry again. There is no extra care needed from your side. You can do your normal work and move the body parts as usual. For best color we prefer that paste is left ON the skin as long as you can. Once it is dried, it starts flaking off automatically and it does not stain the dry cloth.

I had henna tattoo in my back but it was not very dark. How do I get dark color?
How dark henna color you will get depends on various factors. First of all the body part - henna gives best color in palm. We have seen good color in ankles too. In rest of the body part it depends on your skin and warmth of body and also on the quality of henna paste. We have seen that same henna applied in the same body part of two person produce different color.

If you are willing to do some extra work, you can get better color. Keep the henna paste moist for at least one hour by applying lemon and sugar mix. Wrap the henna paste with cloth or plastic so that it keeps the warmth inside and body seeps the color from paste. For longevity avoid washing that part very often and avoid using soap.

Are you looking for a beauty product which is immensely helpful in beautifying your skin without burning your precious cash in the beauty parlors? If yes, then this article can help you a lot. Nature has bestowed upon us a magical product that is called fullers earth or multani miltti that promises to answer all your beauty and skin woes. You will be exalted to hear that it is extremely wallet -friendly too. Read on to know how to use multani mitti in your beauty applications. All these beauty uses of fullers earh or multani mitti are very effective and safe. Mentioned below are the top 15 beauty benefits of multani mitti/fuller/s earth. multani mitti exports from India

1. Multani mitti is an excellent cleanser for your skin. Blend fullers earth, sandalwood powder and rose water together to make a fine paste. Dab this wonderful preparation on your face and neck. This face mask helps to lighten and brighten your skin on continuous use. This face mask is very good for oily skin.

2. Take 1 spoon of multani mitti, 1 spoon of mint powder and 1 spoon of curd each. Soak up the multani mitti in curd for half an hour, next add the mint powder to it. Apply this mask on your face and neck; wash off after 20 minutes. This home remedy is opt for eliminating dark patches.

3. Blend 2 spoons of multani mitti or fullers earth , 1 spoon of honey and 1 spoon of mashed papaya. Apply this mixture on your face and see how face glows like a star.

4. You can apply multani mitti mixed with ice cold water on your body. It is a sure fire remedy to fight prickly heat.

5. The mix of Fullers earth, tomato juice and sandal wood powder makes an excellent cure for diminishing black spots naturally.

6. Take 2 spoons of fullers earth, 1 spoon of neem paste and 4-5 ground cloves powder, a pinch of camphor and rose water to make a paste of thick consistency. Apply this mask all over your acne -affected face. This face masks helps a great deal in removing pimples and its ugly marks.

7. Take one beaten egg, one spoon of multani mitti and one spoon of curd; mix them together to apply on the face. Leave it on for 20 minutes. This face mask is a great toner for your skin, it helps in tightening the drooping skin effectively.

8. Grate the skin of papaya and add half a cup of multani mitti to it. Next , mix 2 vitamin E capsules after bursting them with a pin. Then apply on your face.This mask is very helpful in lightening your pigmentation marks.

9. Take carrot pulp, multani mitti and 2 spoons of olive oil to make a fine paste; apply on the scar -affected areas.

10. You can mix multani mitti /fullers earth with orange peel powder and milk to apply on your skin. This mask gives sparkling fresh and fair skin without any trace of greasiness on your skin.

11. Apply the mixture of 2 spoons of multani mitti, one spoon of curd , 2 spoons of besan (gram flour), one spoon of cucumber paste and raw milk. Leave it on for 15 minutes and wash off to get a glowing skin.

12. Apply 2 spoons of multani mitti with 1.5 spoons of coconut water and spoon of sugar on the face. Leave it on for 15 minutes. This remedy cures suntan and soothes the skin.

13. Take multani mitti with egg and water to apply on face for 15 minutes. Use this mask to tighten your sagging and aged skin.

14. Soak up multani mitti in water for 2 hours; apply this on your hair and scalp. Rub this mask on the hair like a shampoo for 5-7 minutes before rinsing it off. This home remedy gives shiny and thick hair.

15. Massage your hair with olive oil; after 2 hours wrap warm towel around your head to let the oil seep into your scalp well. Then wash your hair with multani mitti and milk. You can use multani mitti and buttermilk mix for oily hair. In the morning, wash off with a mild shampoo. This applications treats splits ends effectively.

By now, you are aware of the amazing 15 beauty benefits of fullers earth. Now you know how to use multani mitti in your beauty applications. Do not waste your time and get set to include these beauty uses of fullers earth/multani mitti in your beauty routine right now!


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