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Sunnah Healing: Henna and Black Seed, Shea Butter Blend

Posted by in Health, Hair Care on September 24, 2013 . 0 Comments.

Healing Henna Shea Butter Blend contains three healing Sunnah herbs, Henna, Black Seed Oil & Olive Oil. The team at ohsohalal.com.au love to live the Sunnah!

The great scholar Ibn al-Qayyim mentioned the benefits of henna in his Prophetic Medicine, for the treatment of headache and migraine.

He also gave the following benefits for henna:

-Useful for burns caused by fire.

-Beneficial for mouth ulcers and blisters in the mouth, when chewed.

-Heals thrush in the mouth of children.

-Beneficial for blisters on the body.

-Bandaging with henna is beneficial for hot inflammations.

-Mixing henna flowers with warm wax and rose oil is beneficial for pains.

-Placing its flowers between the folds of wool cloths scent them and keep moths away.

-When applied to fingernails as a paste, it improves their condition.

-Makes the hair grow, and strengthens and beautifies it.

Healing Henna Shea Butter Blend 

Description: Almost everyone knows that henna (Lawsonia Inermis) is used to color and condition the hair, but what most people don’t know is that henna has been used for centuries as an effective healing skin treatment to speed healing and reduce the pain of wounds and burns. Research cites its anti-microbial and anti- viral properties. We have combined this pure henna herb with Shea butter, Black Seed Oil, Olive Oil, Tea Tree, and Lemongrass to come up with a smooth butter that’s sure to give your skin and scalp the natural therapy it needs.

Wonderful against eczema, psoriasis, stretch marks, cuts and scrapes, skin blemishes, insect bites, chapped lips, cracked skin, skin fungus, dry itchy scalp and diaper rashes.

Ingredients: Shea Butter, Sunflower Oil, Almond Oil, Black Seed Oil, Bees Wax, Green Tea, Henna, Flax Seed Oil, Olive Oil, Lemongrass, Tea Tree, & Eucalyptus.

Benefits of:

Shea Butter For Skin~ Shea butter is used as a base for medicinal ointments and has been claimed to have anti-inflammatory properties.

It has been claimed internationally to be an effective treatment for the following conditions: Fading scars, eczema, burns, rashes, acne, severely dry skin, blemishes, dark spots, skin discolorations, chapped lips, stretch marks, wrinkles, and in lessening the irritation of psoriasis.

Shea Butter for Hair~ You can use shea butter on your scalp, your hair or both to improve the length, health and appearance of your hair. Gently warm shea butter to liquefy and work through your hair. Leave the emollient butter in place for 30 minutes or longer, wrapping your head in a hot towel for additional warmth. Wash out with shampoo and follow with conditioner. You can also use shea butter as a styling cream, particularly if you have damaged or curly hair. Rub a very small amount of shea butter between your hands, and then apply to the hair. Keep the shea butter away from the roots of the hair to avoid making your hair look greasy or unwashed.


Sunflower Oil & Dry, Dehydrated Skin~
Sunflower oil is a natural emollient. It improves skin's moisture retention and is especially good for individuals with dry, dehydrated, and/or sensitive skin. It creates a moisturizing protective coating that can help prevent infection and inflammation; especially in newborns with underdeveloped skin (it is good for diaper rash).

Sunflower Oil & Hair~
Similar to the way it works on skin, sunflower oil is a light, moisturizing oil for the hair. It softens the hair and adds a delightful sheen to it. It also calms frizziness and makes hair easy to manage. Pure sunflower oil can be applied directly to the scalp and massaged throughout the hair as a natural conditioner.


Almond Oil For Skin~ Almond oil for skin care has been, and still is, considered to be the best natural treatment for wrinkled skin, dry skin, as well as acne.

Almond Oil for Hair~ for dull, damaged hair – When applied, the almond oil provides the necessary nutrients for hair repair and growth, thus speeding the recovery of damaged hair. It also forms a thin, oily layer on the hair which protects it from further damage and strengthens existing hair. Applying the almond oil also gives the hair a lustrous, healthy, and attractive appearance and is therefore great for people with dull hair.


Black Seed Oil for Skin~ the essential oil of black seed provides cleansing and purifying qualities while it's a wonderful moisturizer for both skin and hair. Black seed supports cell renewal, connective tissues are strengthened, blood supply to the skin is stimulated, and the skin is revitalized. 

Black Seed Oil for Hair~ Black seed strengthens the scalp and hair follicles. 



Bees Wax~ Beeswax locks in moisture, fosters cells and protects skin from damaging environmental factors. Honeygirlorganic.com reports beeswax effectively "softens your skin and creates a long-lasting protective coating against the elements. It also is a naturally nourishing moisturizer as well as being anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-allergenic and a germicidal antioxidant."


 

Green Tea~ Green tea applied topically appears to offer sun damage protection by scavenging free radicals and reducing inflammation (rather than by blocking UV rays). 

One small study showed that topical green tea provided notable benefits against rosacea. 

 

Henna For Skin~ The henna plant has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. One of its main properties is that of a cooling agent. It is for this reason that henna is applied to burns and scrapes and is often used to treat heat exhaustion and to bring down the fever of a sick person. It may also be applied to the skin to treat a variety of rashes including athlete’s foot and ringworm. 

Henna For Hair~ It has natural anti-fungal activity (which makes it improve dandruff, a condition caused by scalp fungi growth). It also has anti-parasitic activity, working against head lice. It improves scalp blood vessel circulation and scalp skin condition and it is absolutely non-toxic!


Flax Seed Oil~ Treat acne, eczema, psoriasis, sunburn and rosacea:
The essential fatty acids in flaxseed oil are largely responsible for its skin-healing powers. Red, itchy patches of eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea often respond to the essential fatty acids anti-inflammatory actions and overall skin-soothing properties. Sunburned skin may heal faster when treated with the oil as well. In cases of acne, the essential fatty acids encourage thinning of the oily sebum that clogs pores.

Promote healthy hair and nails:
The abundant omega-3 fatty acids in flaxseed oil have been shown to contribute to healthy hair growth (in fact, low levels of these acids may cause dry and lackluster locks).

Hair problems exacerbated by psoriasis or eczema of the scalp may respond to the skin-revitalizing and anti-inflammatory actions of flaxseed oil as well. Similarly, the oil's essential fatty acids work to nourish dry or brittle nails, stopping them from cracking or splitting.


Olive Oil~  For Hair:
Olive oil is a great bet for your hair in case you need a fresh, healthier, silky and shiny hair. It can clean your hair and touch the scalp with some of is healing powers. Olive oil is also used for hair loss, hair strengthening and grey hair. In fact it has its applications in many more ailments. Hair care tends to be more common.

Olive Oil ~  For Skin:

Olive oil has an exclusive use for skin care. For men and women who are conscious about their body and beauty olive oil is a good skin care treatment solution. Olive oil is supposed to be a natural skin care remedy. It can be used all over the body on your skin and can prove to be a healthy, natural and soothing solution to skin care needs. The skin around your eyes is most benefited if you have dark circles and other problems in that area.

Olive oil has an exclusive use for skin care. For men and women who are conscious about their body and beauty olive oil is a good skin care treatment solution. Olive oil is supposed to be a natural skin care remedy. It can be used all over the body on your skin and can prove to be a healthy, natural and soothing solution to skin care needs. The skin around your eyes is most benefited if you have dark circles and other problems in that area.

 

Lemongrass~ is an anti-microbial and anti-bacterial herb. This means it will help limit bacterial or microbial growth on the skin. It can help ward off skin infections as well as lessen skin issues caused by bacterial infections, such as folliculitis and cellulitis. Lemongrass is also fungicidal, which means it helps cure fungus infections on the skin. The herb also acts as an astringent, which constricts the skin. This helps to minimize pores, limit the secretions of oil and provide a temporary skin-firming treatment.


Tea Tree~ Tea tree oil is a natural anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-infection oil. It is used in a variety of applications to cure and heal a host of ailments and conditions.


Eucalyptus~ Eucalyptus oil has anti microbial and anti bacterial properties. It has germicidal properties and is often used in treating skin disorders and bruises.

 

This Healing Henna Shea Butter Blend is simply amazing! At oh so halal headquaters, we always have a tub within reach. We love it and you will too in shaa Allah :)

 

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