Neem is known as a staple in Ayurveda, the seeds of the Neem tree are considered sacred, due to their medicinal and beautifying properties. Try this organically made neem bar with double the healing power. This is made with nourishing Tallow and Neem leaves. Let's talk about the benefits: Neem soap in general is an excellent anti-inflammatory,anti-bacterial and it reduces redness and itchiness causedacne or pimples . Scars and blemishes fade away as Neem makes the skin visibly clearer and prevents further breakouts. Moisturizing Properties: Neem Leaves are rich in Vitamin-E, fatty acids & emollients. The restorative and mending properties of neem have been used since 4000 BC. It fills various needs like protection from the warmth, relieving skin rashes, protection against wrinkles, harmful UV rays,and pollution.
Neem Leaves are inflammatory and immunity boosting, neem leaves also fight against the formation of fine lines & wrinkles on skin, keeping skin young
Hydrates skin, making it soft and supple, and giving a youthful glow
is an extremely versatile oil. It is a favorite on both dry and irritated skin.
Basil Essential Oil
Possesses antifungal & antibacterial properties that help fight many bacteria, germs and fungi,keeping skin healthy.
Lemongrass Essential Oil
is invigorating and purifying.It’s best known for its astringent properties which may assist in reducing the look of oily or greasy skin. With its uplifting aroma ,it strengthens the senses.
is renowned for its calming scent and numerous beneficial skin properties.
Ingredients : Saponifed Tallow, First Cold Pressed Olive Oil, Neem Leaves,Green French clay, Silk, Essential Oils Basil,Lemongrass and Lavender.
125 grams-4.4 oz
HOW TO USE:
Use once or twice daily. Rinse skin well and gently pat dry.
May also be used as a Shampoo bar for sensitive scalp.
Neem is best known for its cleansing properties. It is rich in fatty acids and glycerides,and provides an excellent natural moisturizing for skin. Neem has been used for centuries in traditional Indian Medicine to aid in improving topical skin conditions.
When wind blew through the Neem trees and into the surrounding homes, it was believed that the winds carried with them the anti-bacterial properties of the tree, keeping the homes free of bacteria while providing residents with a cool breeze in the summer months. Livestock and cattle were fed Neem leaves for medical relief from ailments and soil was fertilized with seeds, leaves, and bark which all doubled as pesticides. Traditionally, the Neem tree’s derivatives were used topically to address such ailments as fevers, respiratory issues, tetanus infections, rheumatism, arthritis, jaundice, malaria, ringworm, lice, fungal and bacterial infections of the skin, scabies, hives, eczema, psoriasis, and gastrointestinal diseases. Historically, Neem Oil was even used as a topical contraceptive.