Henna use during pregnancy is an ancient practice and is soothing as well as calming. Our great kit was created by professional henna artists and includes all the tools and supplies you need to create beautiful and exotic henna patterns at home.
Our Pregnancy Art Henna Kit contains only 100% natural henna, sugar and lavender oil. You will need to provide the lemon juice to mix the powder, sugar, lavender oil and lemon juice together to make the henna paste. The kit is generally safe to use on children and during pregnancy, however a doctor should always be consulted if you have any concerns.
Our Pregnancy Art Henna Kit includes:
Packaged in a clear, heavy duty, re-useable vinyl zippered pouch
20 grams of fresh henna powder with sucrose (sugar) added. Super finely sifted and 100% natural, yields 3 ounces and produces over 75 beautiful stains.
1.5 Drams 100% Pure Essential Bulgarian Lavender Oil pre measured to darken henna for the best results
Jacquard Plastic Applicator Bottle
Stainless Steel Jacquard Applicator Tip, size medium
2 Glitter Poof bottles with 10 grams each of holographic pink and aquamarine glitter
Sugar to keep the henna paste moist
10 Alcohol Swabs to clean and prepare the skin for henna application
Assortment of Cotton Balls, Cotton Swabs and Toothpicks to aide in the application, touch ups, and sealing of henna designs
Medical Tape to wrap the paste and hold it precisely in place for a perfect stain
Complete Recipe and Instructions step by step, straight forward and easy to follow
A Brief Introduction about Henna and Mehndi
30+ Pattern Ideas to help you get started plus bonus designs created especially for pregnancy
Carrot Bag to fill applicators
There is no such thing as black henna. In order for henna to produce a black color chemicals that are unsafe for your skin have been added. Black henna should be avoided. A chemical dye known as PPD, which is not authorized for use on the skin by the FDA is often added to the natural henna to produce a black color. Black henna has become very popular in certain tourist areas, particularly Venice Beach and Mexico. It can cause liver and kidney damage, as well as scarring of the skin. Click here to look at an article about the dangers of black henna.