Super Grow Neem Oil is a natural solution for skin acne as well as dry and damaged hair. It helps to treat acne and pimples by deep cleansing the skin and eliminating the bacterias. For dry hair, Neem oil adds moisture and makes hair shiny. Regular use promotes healthy and lustrous hair.
- 100% Pure & Natural
- Made From Neem Seeds
Neem oil comes from the seed of the tropical neem tree, also known as Indian lilac. Neem oil has a wide history of use as a folk remedy around the world, and has been used to treat many conditions. Although it has a harsh odor, it’s high in fatty acids and other nutrients, and it’s used in a variety of beauty products like skin creams, body lotions, hair products, and cosmetics.
Neem is able to balance oil production, heal wounds, stimulate collagen formation, reduce post-acne scars and minimise skin inflammation. It works as a natural alternative to heal the skin tissue from within and simultaneously reduces hyperpigmentation and scars.
In addition to reducing marks left behind from the ghosts of breakouts past, neem also works on actively treating pimples with its antiseptic and antibacterial properties, thus earning a regular spot in anti-acne cleansers, creams and treatments.
Those suffering from sun damage and the residual skin redness will find relief in this herb’s anti-inflammatory properties too. The presence of essential fatty acids in the oil derived from its leaves makes for a handy moisturiser that sinks deep within the skin. Regular usage of neem oil increases the skin’s ability to absorb other subsequent active ingredients, thus helping you maximise the impact of all components in your skincare regimen.
As the skin ages, the production of collagen starts decreasing, which in turn leads to the appearance of wrinkles. Neem comes loaded with Vitamin C, which helps boost the natural production of collagen and flood the skin with antioxidants to smooth fine lines.
And while it treads lightly around dry skin, neem is just as effective at controlling the production of excess sebum in oily skin types by serving as an astringent.
Neem can also be used as an effective haircare ingredient, owing to its anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Neem oil can work as an anti-inflammatory and promote circulation, therefore improving hair growth. Furthermore, since women suffering from hair loss usually have low antioxidant levels, neem oil can be an antidote.
Neem oil can be a great treatment for dandruff as well, because it is able to treat the Malassezia fungus, which is a common cause for a flaky scalp.Consumption of neem oil is associated directly with reducing inflammation of gastrointestinal tract. Neem oil reduces ulcers and powerfully addresses a range of intestinal issues such as bloating, cramping and constipation. The neem essential oil may also be used as the healing antidote for infections and stomach flus that may kill the good bacteria in the gut.
Neem is high on antioxidant content and so it reduces the chance of certain kinds of cancers. Antioxidants in the neem oil may help in neutralizing free radicals that are a dangerous aftermath of cellular metabolism.
If used consistently, neem oil can improve joint health; and treat the pain and discomfort associated with arthritis. The anti-inflammatory properties of neem make it suitable for the treatment of joint diseases.
Neem oil is also used for reproductive health as a birth control agent and natural spermicide. Neem can reduce the chance of conception without causing any harm to the system. Without affecting libido, neem oil can lower the fertility level, prevent sexually transmitted diseases.
Neem oil is used in many pet care products to prevent pets from dangerous skin diseases. It can be sprayed in the areas where pets spend maximum time to prevent them from contracting infections and skin problems.
Neem oil is an extremely effective oral remedy for all dental problems. Be it bleeding gums, toothache, or foul breath, the antiseptic properties of neem are proven to keep gums and teeth healthy. Many dental care products include neem oil as a major ingredient for this same purpose.
The natural medicinal value of neem is the reason it is used in manufacturing medicines that treat ailments such as digestive problems, a blood disorder, diabetes, and arthritis.
How To Use
- Diluting neem oil: Neem oil is highly concentrated and should be diluted before use. Mix neem oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil or mild liquid soap. A typical dilution ratio is 1 ounce (30 ml) of neem oil to 1 gallon (3.8 liters) of water. Stir or shake the mixture well.
- Household uses: Neem oil can also be used for various household purposes. It can be added to shampoo or conditioner to promote healthy hair and scalp, used as an ingredient in homemade soaps or lotions, or mixed with water and mild soap to create a natural insect repellent for personal use.
- Spot treatment for acne: Neem oil can be used as a spot treatment for acne due to its antibacterial properties. Take a cotton swab or clean fingertip and dip it into the diluted neem oil mixture. Apply a small amount directly to the affected area, focusing on active breakouts or blemishes. Leave it on overnight or for a few hours, then rinse off with lukewarm water. Repeat as needed.
- Moisturizer for dry skin: Neem oil can also be used as a moisturizer for dry or irritated skin. After cleansing your face, take a small amount of the diluted neem oil mixture and gently massage it onto your skin. Pay attention to dry patches or areas that need extra hydration. Allow the oil to absorb into the skin for a few minutes before applying any other skincare products.
- Hair and scalp treatment: Neem oil can also be beneficial for the scalp and hair. Mix a few drops of neem oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil or olive oil. Massage the oil mixture into your scalp, focusing on any problem areas or areas with dandruff. Leave it on for at least 30 minutes or overnight if possible, then wash your hair as usual. This can help alleviate dryness, itchiness, and dandruff.
- Treating plants and garden pests: Neem oil can be effective against a wide range of garden pests such as aphids, mites, whiteflies, and caterpillars. Spray the diluted neem oil solution onto the affected plants, making sure to cover both sides of the leaves. Apply in the early morning or late evening when temperatures are cooler to avoid leaf burn and to allow the oil to stay on the plants longer.
- Fungal disease control: Neem oil has antifungal properties that can help control common plant diseases like powdery mildew, black spot, and rust. Mix the diluted neem oil solution as mentioned earlier and spray it on the affected plants, including the leaves, stems, and surrounding areas. Repeat the application every 7-14 days until the problem is under control.
Why Choose Us
Our Oils are obtained by using the mechanism of cold pressing. The cold-pressed oils are extracted from nuts, seeds, and peels of fruits with the help of steel pressers. Unlike others our oils do not use heat for extractions and are pressed at low temperatures, making them one of the bests. The seeds are crushed raw without roasting. It helps to retain the aroma, flavours, and healthy nutrition. The zero involvement of heat in the cold-pressed method makes it a better choice. Although it is a time-consuming process, the quality is much better when compared to the other oils. Besides retention, natural aroma, nutrition, flavour, and texture are its other highlights.
On the contrary, the refined oil-making process involves filtration through various unwanted and hazardous chemicals and heat, making the oils look light and shiny. This mechanized process makes the oilseed devoid of natural organic ingredients that our body needs daily. Refined oil has a lot of fat and is vacant of nutrition.