Anti-Bacterial Compounds in Neem
Neem’s antibacterial properties are effective in treating a wide range of epidermal dysfunctions including eczema, psoriasis, wounds, bruises, itching, razor bumps. It protects the skin while helping to heal lesions, removes scaling skin, and soothes irritation. Anti-parasitic qualities make it a wonderful treatment for acne.
Anti-Inflammatory Compounds in Neem
Neem is a powerful bitter and cooling alterative herb that holds strong detoxifying properties. Nimbidin, a component of neem, relieves both pain and chronic inflammation. Common in ayurvedic practices, it is used to cleanse and purify the blood and remove toxins involved in most inflammatory skin diseases. When applied to the skin, neem oil removes the redness and itching while improving the condition of the skin.
Anti-Oxidant Compounds in Neem
Antioxidants protect cells against free radical in the body. Free radicals are the cause in many health conditions such as pimples and wrinkles. Antioxidant compounds in neem have a neutralizing effect on free radicals. This nourishes and protects the skin. Neem is one of a few known antiviral agents.
Anti-Viral Compounds in Neem
The seeds and leaves of neem have antiviral properties. Neem protects against the UV rays of the sun and keeps the skin moist & protected from dryness. The rejuvenation properties of neem provide a natural glow and smooth wrinkle free skin.
Anti-Fungal Compounds in Neem
Neems’ antifungal properties are well respected among scientists in India where most Neem research has been conducted. However, neem trees grow in 19 Sub Saharan Countries in Africa. Research shows that the compounds in neem help control fungi known to result in a variety of skin complications.