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Oleavine Neem Oil 12 oz TheraTree
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- Cosmetic Grade for Skincare and Hair Care.
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Neem Oil has become a hot new trend in cosmetic skincare and hair care products for its extraordinary skin nourishing and soothing properties.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 2.4 x 2.4 x 6.5 inches; 12 Ounces
- UPC : 706611875371
- Manufacturer : Oleavine
- ASIN : B013FAJDVI
- Best Sellers Rank: #149,526 in Beauty & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Beauty & Personal Care)
- #1,193 in Body Oils
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For external use only. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. Children should not use Neem Oil. If you are pregnant or nursing, you should consult your health professional before using Neem Oil.
Azadirachta Indica Seed Oil (Neem Oil). (Certified Organic Neem Oil and Certified Wild Crafted Neem Oil Blend).
For topical use only. Apply direct to skin or try mixing with a carrier oil such as coconut, jojoba, or olive oil. Neem Oil makes a great addition to your favorite bath and body care products, or pet care products. Note: Neem Oil has a characteristic strong smell. It can become solid when cool or even at room temperature. This is typical of pure Neem Oil. If this happens, immerse container in warm water.
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2016
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Here's some of what I did to control re-infestation after my desperation for relief nearly broke me. Mix neem oil with the proper dilutions of lavender, peppermint, tea tree. lemon eucalyptus (the species of plant, not the mix!), cedarwood (optional, but can help with cicadas), and/or citrus oil (I use lemon for the best results) and put it in a mister, or mix with something thick and not heavily scented such as shea nut oil so you do not need to. Cover yourself with it a few times a day and in the evening. Spray your sleeping areas with rubbing alcohol (this works to kill them immediately on everything, by the way!), and follow with this. Don't miss any of your body crevices, because they can and WILL go for the tiny spots you miss, and please use sunscreen if you go outside. Citrus oils are amazing, but they cause your dermis to become photosensitive for a few days after. This being said, this method works but requires a great deal of patience. Two Zyrtec and Benadryl liquid gel caps will help with your itching and reduces the risk of scarring or infections. Bonus- so does the neem!
If you do not like or want to use any EOs, the earthy scent dilutes pleasantly in olive oil. You can safely rub neem oil through your pets' fur without dilution or any additional oils, including Mr. Kitty- so only the humans get the EO/Neem blend :3. Nag Champa oil as well as sandalwood, patchuli, etc compliment the smell nicely. I'm not sure why people claim the scent never goes away or is hard to get rid of- I honestly wish
I do a flea comb, a light dusting of (FOOD GRADE ONLY) DE every 2 or so days, but neem and the comb every time. Be sure to alcohol drown your grooming tools after, and put the removed hair/eggs into a baggie of alcohol immediately and close it. Throw it in the bin immediately, outside. Make sure to dust BENEATH your bed and your pet's bedding, as they love to hide there.
Again: DO NOT use citrus or cedarwood EOs anywhere near you cats! In fact, don't use any of them near Mr. Kitty at all! Only *HIGHLY* diluted lavender or peppermint oil can go on your dogs, and not every day. The neem oil will do most of the work, and their skin and fur will feel miles better. Keep in mind that for many dogs, a single bite can itch them for weeks. Stay diligent, and if you must spray an insect growth inhibitor- evacuate all your living creatures and continue the treatment I suggested above. Neem oil has 1000 beneficial uses and I can't list them all here.
Getting it pure, cosmetic-grade and organic is the best and only route you should take. I do not even recommend using the cheaper kind for your garden if you are growing food; they are known for sneaky adding toxic pesticides to them that you should ideally not ingest (and go through the EPA as opposed to the FDA, iirc). Good luck!
I want to be clear on something before I continue this review... the smell of this neem oil is AWFUL. It smells like onions drenched in peanut butter. Other reviewers, and the manufacturer, state that the scent is “earthy.” I can do earthy. No one mentioned that it smells like carmelized peanut butter onions. Bleh. It’s something I’ve gotten used to, as I’ve also attempted to mask it. Perfume works. Tea tree oil works. Overall, the smell is just really unpleasant, so keep that in mind.
Personal applications: I am in my late 20s and blessed with adult acne. It’s one of the many great benefits of adulthood. I have combination skin on my face and my chest breaks out despite wearing cotton clothing. This has led to scarring. My first motive in purchasing neem oil was to apply it to my skin as I’ve read it is an antibacterial and helps with skin healing. I mix a small amount with moisturizer for my face, and lotion for my body. I’ve noticed that my acne has decreased in redness and the scars look less mangled. I haven’t been using it for all that long but I’m pleased with the results so far. It also leaves my skin extremely soft and glowy. Bonus.
Pet applications: I have three dogs and try to utilize natural remedies for them as much as possible. One of my dogs has redness/irritation under her collar because she is a bulldog with extra fatty skin. I’ve applied the neem oil to the area and removed her collar when we’re inside. The neem reduced redness and her skin seems to be healing. I also read online that neem oil mixed with water in a spray bottle is useful for keeping away fleas and other pests. It’s winter right now so I can’t comment on that yet, but I’ll be trying the method of spraying my dogs down come spring time.
Household applications: I live in South Carolina and apparently the ants here are mutant. What I mean is, nothing kills them. They are immune. They have also infiltrated my master bathroom. I woke up one morning and my ceiling was covered in a moving mass of ants. I did what any other logical person would do — closed the bathroom door and hoped they would go away. No. They did not. So once my neem oil arrived, I mixed about a tablespoon of oil, 10 drops of tea tree oil, and water in a spray bottle and super-soaked the ants. I’ve been doing this multiple times per day, particularly in cracks in the floor where it meets the wall, along the ceiling, and basically the entire perimeter of the bathroom. The ants have diminished in numbers by about 99%. There are still some brave ones that insist on trekking through my bathroom, which I spray individually after warning them. Neem’s strong smell mixed with tea tree apparently is unpleasant for ants. I’m hoping that this method continues to work and I don’t have to call an exterminator, because again, I’m trying to be “all natural.”
I’ll update this review should I come up with any other uses for the neem oil, or if I see results that are worth sharing other than the aforementioned ones. If this review helped you, please click yes. Thanks and good luck with this nasty smelling oil. It’s truly useful. :-)
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