Written By Aquib Nawab, BBA
Medically Reviewed By Dr. Sandeep Madaan, MD (Ayurveda)
Neem, an Ayurvedic herb has been used for centuries for its various health benefits including skin health.
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What is Neem?
Neem is a tree native to India and its bark, leaves, and oil have been used for medicinal purposes for centuries.
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Neem for Acne
Neem oil has antibacterial properties which can help to fight acne and prevent future breakouts.
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Neem for Dark Spots
Neem has skin lightening properties that can help to fade dark spots and even out skin tone.
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Neem for Anti-Aging
Neem is rich in antioxidants that can help to reduce the signs of aging and keep skin looking youthful.
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Neem for Dry Skin
Neem has moisturizing properties that can help to soothe dry, itchy skin and prevent flakiness.
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Neem for Oily Skin
Neem can help to regulate oil production in the skin, which can help to reduce excess oil and prevent acne.
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Neem for Sensitive Skin
Neem is gentle on the skin and can help to soothe irritation and inflammation, making it ideal for sensitive skin.
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Neem for Psoriasis
Neem can help to reduce inflammation and redness associated with psoriasis, making it a popular natural remedy.
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How to Use Neem
Neem can be used in various forms such as oil, powder, or extract. It can be applied topically or consumed orally.
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Neem should be used in moderation and should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women.
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