Thursday, October 22, 2020

 Neem trees are so plentiful in India that you might notice one on every street. They profess as a boon to humanity itself with innumerable services and its healing properties. Neem oil is extracted from its seeds and fruits. It is classified as a cooling herb and this is the very reason it is used in many products across various fields. Neem is the most abundant useful element in many fields- health to food to medicines to traditions to curing skin problems. 




Benefits of neem for skin:


  • Due to the antiseptic and antibacterial properties of neem, they are used to treat fungal and bacterial infections.
  • Neem has a detoxifying property that helps to treat skin issues like eczema.
  • It helps to reduce acne problems and scars.
  • Helps to soothe the skin dryness and keep it supple.
  • Vitamin E helps to repair the damaged skin cells to glow.

 


TNW offers the best herbal and ayurvedic handmade soap bars with the assurance of non-toxic ingredients:

The handmade Neem Soap is Paraben & Sulfate free medicinal, anti-bacterial & anti-microbial soap that nourishes the skin and the product is in the form of soap, so it becomes quite handy. It cures many skin problems like wounds, acne scars, pimple, and itchiness for all skin types. It gives a soothing effect on the treatment of rashes, reduces itchiness, and reduces the excess amount of sebum layered on the skin, which further prevents pimples and acne to develop. The oils will nourish the skin, balance pH level, and reduce the layer of tanning.



Exist germfree with TNW’s neem handwash:

Our hands tend to catch germs as we are always touching something. Use TNW’s herbal Neem HandWash consisting of tea tree oil, Neem, Tulsi, and vitamin E that ensures the removal of germs and bacteria 99.99%, which is completely safe. It is gentle on hands, which pampers to ensure the proper hygiene is maintained and offers a delight with every wash without drying them out. It is an ayurvedic handwash that not only removes germs but also gives the long-lasting fragrance of pure Neem.

 

Neem leaves are bitter but its healing properties are very sweet.

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