Yes, neem oil has many benefits for skin care, but don't overlook the neem leaf!
Neem oil is good for the skin, most people know that.
As a skin care ingredient neem oil reached high fashion status:
Supermodel Christy Turlington's Ayurvedic skin care range includes a neem night cream.
For thousands of years Ayurvedic medicine has used neem for skin care and to treat skin disorders.
If something has been valued by knowledgeable people for so long, there must be a good reason for it.
What fewer people know is that in Ayurvedic medicine it's actually the neem leaf that is used to treat skin disorders, not the neem oil. Most scientific research into neem's antibacterial and anti-inflammatory action was also done using neem leaf rather than neem oil.
Let's look at the details a bit more. Here is a guide to the section on neem and your skin.
Neem Oil For Skin
Why is neem oil good for your skin? The benefits of using neem oil in every day skin care.
Neem Ingredients And Uses
An overview of the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties of neem. You can find more detail about this on the pages about the individual uses and disorders.
The most convenient way to use neem oil on your skin is to simply buy a good neem soap, neem lotion or neem cream.
But there are also ways to make your own neem skin products and treatments from pure raw neem oil, or fresh or dried neem leaf.
Here are some ideas:
Neem Tree Home Remedies
Look through this section for ideas how to use neem leaf and neem oil, and how to make your own neem home remedies.
For individual uses of both the home remedies or the bought products see the following pages: