Get the cure to all your skincare woes with new Neem oil! From South Africa, people everywhere are discovering the benefits and healing powers of this all-natural skin care solution, Neem Oil.
Neem oil comes from the Neem Tree which grows in South Africa, India, and Burma. It is wild-crafted and cold-pressed from carefully stored seeds. It has a garlic/nutty aroma. The medicinal properties of Neem oil have made it a popular choice in many African remedies for skin and health treatments. Neem oil is guaranteed to be free from any pesticides or harmful levels of any metals.
To alleviate itching and pain - Use the same spray as described above on your body, or blot pure Neem oil on your body with a cotton swab.
For cuts, burns, and wounds - Dilute one part Neem oil with two parts water and dab on affected areas with cotton swab
To heal athletes foot - Add about two tablespoons of Neem oil to a tub of hot water and soak your feet for fifteen to twenty minutes.
For dandruff and head lice - Add several drops to your daily shampoo and lather into your hair. Rinse. Repeat if necessary
For acne and oily skin - Simply apply a few drops to your soap or cleanser to help control oily skin and replenish skins natural moisture.
To moisturize - Apply Neem oil to dry skin, or add 2-3 tablespoons of Neem oil to a warm water bath. Soak for 20 minutes for best results.
To repel insects - Add about 15 drops of Neem oil to a spray bottle of water and spray on your body or over plants to keep pesky insects away.
For Eczema or psoriasis - Add 2-3 tablespoons of Neem oil to a warm water bath and soak for 20 minutes. Add Neem oil to your lotion, or dab Neem oil on affected areas with a cotton swab.
For aging - Dab Neem oil on fine lines, age spots or wrinkles with a cotton swab several times a day to reduce signs of aging.
Neem oil can be used for as long as 2 year. Best if kept in a cool place.
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