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When you use the best ingredients, you get the best results.

These are what we call the main essential oils in the henna mixture. “Terp” is short for terpineol. We use oils high in terpineol and mono-terpene alcohols for the best dye release and deepest, darkest henna stain.

Among the most effective and safe oils with high amounts of terpineol are :

  • Cajeput, Melaleuca cajeputi
  • Eucalyptus oil
  • Tea Tree, Melaleuca alternifolia
  • Bulgarian or French high altitude lavender, Lavandula angustifolia
  • Nauli, Melaleuca Quinquenervia
  • Ravensara, Ravensara aromatica
  • lavender 40/42, Lavandula officinalis (higher quality 40/42 is often a good terp, lower quality is not)

Henna oil contains a balanced blend of Eucalyptus essential oil, Clove essential oil, Tea tree essential oil and Pine essential oil. All these oils contain high amounts of terpenes, especially monoterpenes, which ensure a deep stain. Once you make a paste of the henna leaves and the dye comes out, add a small amount of henna oil to the paste. This will help the dye to produce a deep stain which will make the mehndi design look beautiful. Henna oil blends are also used in aromatherapy to treat stress and depression, a little use of Henna oil can relax you and uplift your mood.

Which oil use in mehendi/henna cone.

When creating henna powder cones for body art, the choice of oil can influence the consistency, color intensity, and overall quality of the henna paste. Here are some commonly used oils for making henna powder cones:

  • Eucalyptus Oil: Benefits: Eucalyptus oil is often used to enhance the fragrance of henna paste. It adds a refreshing scent and may also have antimicrobial properties.
  • Tea Tree Oil: Benefits: Tea tree oil is known for its antifungal and antibacterial properties. It can help maintain the freshness of the henna paste and contribute a pleasant scent.
  • Lavender Oil: Benefits: Lavender oil adds a soothing and pleasant fragrance to the henna paste. It is also believed to have calming properties.
  • Cajeput Oil: Benefits: Cajeput oil has antiseptic properties and a mild camphor-like scent. It can be used to add fragrance to henna paste.
  • Clove Oil: Benefits: Clove oil has a warm and spicy fragrance. It is often added in small amounts to henna paste for its aromatic qualities.
  • Ravensara Oil: Benefits: Ravensara oil has a mild, slightly medicinal scent. It can be used to add a unique fragrance to henna paste.
  • Cypress Oil: Benefits: Cypress oil has a fresh, woody scent. It can contribute to the overall aroma of the henna paste.
  • Lemon or Orange Essential Oil: Benefits: Citrus oils, such as lemon or orange, can add a refreshing and uplifting fragrance to the henna paste.

When adding essential oils to henna powder for body art, it’s important to use them sparingly, as they are highly concentrated. Start with a few drops and adjust according to your preference. Additionally, ensure that the essential oils used are skin-safe and suitable for topical application.

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