Neem Leaf Powder: 2 AMAZING Ways To Use Our Natural, Organic Neem Powder For Beautiful Skin & Hair

Our Pure Neem Powder has been one of the most effective natural products in treating the scalp and skin. It belongs to the group of plants used in ayurvedic medicine which has been applied for more than three thousand years in India. The scientific name of this plant is Azadiracta Indica and it is commonly called Neem, the leaves of this plant are used to treat hair and skin problems. We present the different benefits and how it can be applied to obtain surprising results:

Benefits for the skin:

Neem has been widely used in skin diseases. Neem leaves can be a broad spectrum antimicrobial which can be highly effective against parasites and fungi that are lodged in the skin or on the scalp causing the hair root to get stronger.

Benefits for hair:

In addition to strengthening and restoring hair follicles and damaged strands, it can help with dandruff and itchy scalp by removing excess oil while maintaining a balance of natural hair oil.

How can Neem be prepared?

2 or 3 teaspoons of our 100% natural Neem Powder is mixed with water until it forms a not very thick paste and then it is applied to the scalp for 15 to 20 minutes, then it is rinsed and the hair is washed with the shampoo and preferably conditioner.

For the skin, prepare the same mixture and add a teaspoon of almond oil or half a teaspoon of vitamin E, apply the paste on the skin for 15 minutes and rinse.

Although Neem is a 100% natural product, it is recommended to consult with your doctor before using it.

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2 comments


  • NEEM POWDER

    Could I try a sample of a face mask too as I have sensitive skin? Seems like I have Demodex mites plaguing my nose! Tried Ivermectin. But I want to. w natural. Afraid to keep trying things and afraid of aggravating my nose. For more details visit https://www.indogulfbioag.com/neem-powder


  • NEEM POWDER

    Could i try sample of face mask too as i have sensitive skin. Seems like I have demodex mites plaguing my nose! Tried Ivermectin. But I want to. w natural. Afraid to keep trying things and afraid of aggravating my nose.


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