Neem, (Azadirachta indica), also called
nim or margosa,
/a> of the mahogany family (
Meliaceae), valued as a medicinal plan
t, as a source of organic pesticides, and for
its timber. The plant has long been used in Ayurvedic and folk medicine and is used in cos
metics and in organic farming applications. The leaf
powder and oil, mixed in either an aloe vera or
vegetable base, is used topically in lotion,
cream, and salve formats to treat
to maintain smooth complexions and to moisturize
the hands and body. The lotions and creams
containing Neem seed oil can be used all over the
body for dry or itchy skin and dermatitis.
Neem for Your Face and Skin
Neem is rich in Vitamin C, and stimulates
collagen production and infuses the skin with
antioxidants to protect against free
Collagen production reduces the appearance of
fine lines and wrinkles, keeping the skin smooth,
healthy, and vibrant.
Neem helps in controlling excess oil
They help in the removal of dead skin cells.
for Face and Skin
Do it yourself
Neem for Dull Complexion - Take
some neem leaves and rose petals. Now, grind them
with a little Face Soft
Rose Toner. Apply this paste and let
it dry on your skin. Then remove the paste with
water. You’ll get smooth, soft and clear
skin along with a glowing complexion.
Neem for Face and Body Acne -
Take some fresh neem leaves and some fresh Tulsi
(basil) leaves and grind them together with a
little Face Soft Rose Toner.
Apply the paste on your face and body (if you
suffer from body acne) and leave it until it
dries. Then wash with cold water.
Neem for Pigmentation - Add
some gram flour to your neem powder and prepare a
paste with lemon. Apply liberally over your face
and body and wash it off after 15 minutes.
Neem for Oil Control - Prepare
a paste of neem leaves, yogurt and lemon and apply
it on your face. Wash away after 20 minutes
Neem for Dry Skin - Make a
paste of neem leaves with some honey and apply it
on your face for 15 minutes
Neem for Your Hair
Neem oil protects the scalp skin from ongoing
damage that is caused by the free radicals.
Neem oil nourishes and conditions the scalp and
hair. Its moisturizing effects revitalize and
restore dry, under-nourished or rough hair to a
smooth, silky texture.
The anti-bacterial property of neem helps to
treat dry scalp, dandruff and hair fall
Do it yourself
Neem and Avocado - Take 1 tsp
of Skin and Hair Organic Neem Oil, 3 tbs of
Hydrate Avocado Oil, and 4 to 5 drop
of Harmony Lavender Oil.
Mix all the ingredients well. Apply this on your
scalp and hair and massage gently. Leave it for
about an hour or so and wash as usual. You can
also leave it overnight for more
Neem and Water - Add a cup of
fresh neem leaves to boiling water, and use this
water to rinse your hair after shampooing your
Neem and Honey - Take a handful
of neem leaves and boil in a mixture of water and
honey. Cool and strain, and then apply it to the
scalp and hair, before washing with a mild
shampoo. You can also use Skin and
Hair Organic Neem Oil to massage the