Lawsonia colloquially called henna grows in India. Powdered leaves of lawsonia have been used for production of dye since the ancient Egypt. The coloring features come from lawsone – the component that appears naturally as hennotannic acid. Lawsone penetrates hair and tides with hair keratine. It makes areola that not only colors the hair but protects it. When mixing lawsonia with other plants we obtain outstanding colors to naturally dye hair. The youngest leaves we use the better dye. Additionally henna provides micro elements crucial for hair grow such as copper, zinc and iron.  it has antibacterial and antifungal features.