Due to its cleansing and antibacterial properties, neem oil is very suitable for oily and blemish-prone skin. It is also suitable for other types of skin.
- Purifies skin prone to blemishes - Intensely nourishes drier skin - Softens the skin - Emollient - Soothes irritated skin (anti inflammatory) - Promotes tissue circulation - Natural detoxifier - Fight against mycosis of the skin, eczema and psoriasis - Restores elasticity to the skin - Antioxidant and regenerating - Cleanses the skin, eliminates impurities and tightens pores - Fight against fungal infections - Antibacterial - Fights acne. Insect repellent, insecticide: Neem vegetable oil is recognized as being a good repellant against insects, parasites and mites, whether in humans, animals or plants (mosquitoes, midges, lice, sarcopte (scabies) ), fleas, ticks, mealybugs, caterpillars, etc.). It is also known that Neem vegetable oil goes further by blocking the metamorphosis of larvae. The latter will disrupt the feeding method of the larvae, and the reproduction of the parasites thus preventing their development. Antibacterial: This Neem vegetable oil is known to act against a large number of bacteria including Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, etc ... Antifungal: Neem vegetable oil seems to benefit from an antifungal activity allowing it to fight against fungi. Nourishing and moisturizing: Thanks to its rich composition in fatty acids, Neem oil has nourishing and soothing properties for sensitized and dry skin.