If you haven't heard by now, I must tell you that neem oil is amazing. We currently use it in two of our products and those products FLY off the shelf. I mean, it's like they grow wings and disappear in the middle of the night because I'll open the shop the next morning and at least half of what is left of the stock is spoken for. Yeah. It's that good.
Let me tell you a little about neem oil. Neem oil is pressed from the seeds and fruit of the neem tree, native to Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. It can be helpful to a variety of skin issues including psoriasis, eczema and rosacea. It can be used to ward off insects. It makes great soaps, lotions, hair treatments, etc. It's really great if you have skin issues. But it smells disgusting.
The terrible smell of neem oil is actually what contributes to it being so good for your skin. If you remove some of the bad smelling components of the oil, you will be decreasing its effectiveness.
There is a plethora of information about the benefits of neem oil plastered across the internet. Just do a Google search for 'neem oil uses' and you'll see what I mean.
Please note, you should not take neem oil internally with out speaking to a professional first. I'm not sure why you would want to ingest it, but I still felt the need to warn you.
Neem oil itself makes a good natural pesticide and it's effects are increased when combined with it's cousin, karanja oil.
Products: Carrot Neem Face Soap, Neem Cream