neem soap for skin proplems and head lice

Rochelle - posted on 12/05/2012 ( 1 mom has responded )

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I’ve been using neem soap for the last 3 months every second day and also using it on my

Two children. one cake of soap has lasted the family that long and only half way through.

I haven’t had any problem with my eczema my skin feels softer and looks clearer.

Before I started using the Neem soap on my children I was having issues with nits I used nearly everything on the market

All those horrible chemical that just stinks and take so much time to use and do nothing also very expensive.

Neem soap is an all-natural soap use it in their hair once a week and it help deter the nits from coming back and it has a very pleasant smell

Also If you have and infestation wash their hair with the soap leave for five minutes then wash it out brush through as normal to get all the dead nits

Then repeat every second day till there’s no more left.

Just small warning try and not get it into your eyes as it does sting. Quickly wash out with warm water or use and wet clean flannel… I learnt that the hard way lol

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Kris - posted on 12/08/2012

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Three words - Peppermint, Aloe Vera.



Get some peppermint oil for the lice, and aloe vera for the skin. Both work great, I use them myself. Peppermint is also good for many other things, so you can get more then one use out what you buy.



I'm getting to the point where I'm starting to go all natural and herbal. They're safer, and tend to work better then manufactured stuff, not including important meds like antibiotics and the like. Plus, they aren't tested on animals, and if they are, they're natural, there's a minimal chance it will a bad effect on the animal.



What are the ingredients in this soap, and what country is it based in? I'm a hair stylist, so I try to keep up with all the new products, but I haven't heard of this stuff.



Also, does it have collagen and elastin in it? I only use lotions that have those in it.

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