They are born from the cold pressing of the seeds or from the extraction of the leaves of the Azadirachta Indica plant.
They have been used in cosmetics and medicine for hundreds of years, with particular reference to traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine.
Useful for immediate use at home and for the whole family.
These two oils from the same plant differ in sight and smell: if the seed oil appears more viscous and has an intense odor of aglina, the seed oil is instead transparent and odorless recommended for larger areas of the body or which affect the face.
- Indicated to restore the balance, hydration and elasticity of the skin. They preserve its natural barriers and are also useful in case of sunburn.
- In public environments such as swimming pools or after the sauna they protect against bacteria and help not to contract fungi and mycosis.
- Combined with Sana soap they promote deep skin cleansing, proving useful in adolescence and in the presence of pimples.
FOR EXTERNAL USE
Apply locally as needed.
It is possible to practice a light massage to favor its absorption
Neem Leaf Oil: Capric Triglyceride, Melia, Azadirichta leaf extract
Neem Seed Oil: Melia Azadirichta seed oil.
In case of pregnancy, breastfeeding, particular ailments or taking medications consult your doctor before use. Keep out of the reach of children under 3 years of age. Use is not recommended in cases of ascertained hypersensitivity to one or more of the ingredients listed.
Store in the dark and away from heat sources. The product is photosensitive.