Henna Crown for a Queen

Henna Crown for a Queen

Blessings and honor to Ms. Erika whom I was able to give the gift of this beautiful Henna Crown. She is a strong and beautiful woman fighting against breast cancer. This beautiful Henna Crown represents healing, beauty and honor. We elevate the women fighting breast cancer and going through one of the toughest fights out there. Peace and blessings. This is part of Henna Sooq‘s community outreach to bring Breast Cancer Awareness. Through the beautification of henna those fighting breast cancer are honored with this Henna Crown to bring them healing energy, strengthen and love. To my sisters out there fighting keep strong and kick cancers butt!...
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Give Henna Give Hope: Community Outreach

Give Henna Give Hope: Community Outreach

Give Henna. Give Hope. Do you or someone you know going through a rough time, medical issue or just needs a pick me up? Khadija and the HS Team are about spreading the Henna Love through our new outreach program. ⠀ We pledge to #GiveHenna to those in need through the beauty of henna. To empower, give hope and create smiles. We call out to all henna artists and henna lovers worldwide to pick up your henna and continue to pay it forward in your own communities and #GiveHenna. You can schedule with Khadija for a session at our studio. The MBDY Movement Arts Academy studio is located at 7060 Oakland Mills Rd, Suite K, Columbia, MD 21046. Please contact us through text or by calling 443-254-0736 to share yours or someone you know’s story with us to receive your henna appointment at absolutely no cost. ⠀ We look forward to being apart of your journey and lifting your spirits. From us to you. <3 Subira is a strong, resilient woman who has braved through breast cancer and survived. She continues to spread her wisdom and love to others. This henna crown that I did for Subira was one of the most treasured henna moments and experiences I have had. It’s a blessing and beautiful adornment that brings about healing energy. Share and spread the beauty of a healing Henna Crown with someone you care...
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An email from Elaine

We received this email from Elaine about Hand Foot Syndrome. Please read more about that here: How to use Henna to treat HFS Elaine’s Email Hello, I just wanted to send you an update 🙂 You sent a sample of your henna to treat my mom’s HFS. I just wanted to thank you so very much from the bottom of my heart! It just came a few days ago, and we tried it yesterday. We followed your well-written directions. Today my mother called me from my father’s workplace and told me that she is already seeing results. The dead skin flaked off of her hands when she washed off the henna and they are now smooth! Her feet also showed immediate results and are smooth as well. Before applying henna treatment her hands and feet were always covered with large flakes of skin that were dead, but had not broken completely off. This is remarkable for my mom because she has been trying to find some relief for her hands and feet for years. Prior to the henna treatment her only recourse had been constant lotioning of her hands and feet. She also tried some of the more, “exotic,” remedies, but her results matched those that she got with lotion. We are so excited to explore henna further to treat her HFS. It is still the beginning of her treatment so we are hoping for continuing progress! Thank you so much! Ms. Elaine * *last name removed for privacy...
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How to use Henna to Treat Hand Foot Syndrome

  Hand Foot Syndrome (also known as PPE) is a reaction from using certain chemotherapy treatments (drugs). It causes burning, tingling, swelling, and/or breaks in the skin on the hands and/or feet. Henna has become widely affective at giving temporary relief to these affects, due to the cooling properties of henna. Henna has many beneficial medicinal properties. Please read more on: What is HFS and How to Prevent it? I came across Shin’s Blog. It really brought me to tears. Please take some time to read it and you can view what Hand Foot Syndrome can do. She also has some very touching videos that you must watch. She passed away in January 2009. Mix it  ¼ cup warm water 2 tbsp henna powder Squirt of lemon juice Put henna powder into a bowl, preferably stainless steel, as plastic is porous. Add warm water a bit at a time, mixing well. Add a squirt of lemon juice. If you already have cracks in your skin, omit the lemon juice, as it will sting. Apply it Protect the area you will be applying the henna in, with plastic bags or an old towel/sheet. Apply a thin layer of henna to your bare hands, and feet, as desired. Some use a foam paint brush to apply. Let it dry It should take about 15-20 minutes to dry. Cover your hands and/or feet with gloves or socks, and allow to sit on the treated areas for at least 1-2 hours. Then wash off. Best henna powder to use Make sure you use Jamila summer crop (most current year) as this henna powder has...
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