Amongst the thousands of herbs used in traditional medicine, one plant stands out in its ability to cure the most stubborn of skin ailments with its powerful antibacterial, antiseptic, antiviral, antifungal, anti-inflammatory and skin healing properties. This miracle plant is Neem, and the oil extracted from its seeds has the highest concentration of active compounds (vs. the leaf or bark), making it nothing short of phenomenal! It is not without reason that it is often referred to as the “Village Pharmacy” or the “Panacea for all Diseases” in ancient ayurvedic texts and by herbal medicine practitioners in India, where the Neem tree is natively found.
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John Conrick, in his book Neem, The Ultimate Herb says, “Neem has an almost magical effect on chronic skin conditions that often fail to respond with classical treatments… Its skin healing properties are outlined in some of the earliest Sanskrit writings and its uses in Hindu medicine date back to remote times…”
And modern research has corroborated what traditional medicine has known for thousands of years. Topical application of Neem has been found to be highly effective against human fungi, including candida, which is a major contributor to recurring diaper rashes and cradle cap in babies; against a wide spectrum of bacteria, making it an effective acne fighter; against chronic skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and skin inflammation (dermatitis); and to alleviate skin conditions of excessive heat, itching and burning sensations.
And, guess what? Neem oil is a primary ingredient in our USDA certified Intensive Baby Balm. So if your baby suffers from extra-dry skin, or sensitive/inflamed skin, or recurring diaper rashes and itchy eczema flare-ups, our Intensive Baby Balm will deliver results.
In fact, one our early adopters, Nicole from Maryland, claims that her toddler refers to the balm as the “itchy balm” because it miraculously (her word) soothes any itch, big or small; and red, rashy patches disappear after only a couple of applications.
The only drawback of using Neem oil is the pungent smell, however this can be easily masked with the addition of a few drops of essential oil. And this is exactly what we have done… Your baby will love the soothing comfort of the balm and the calming scent of pure Lavender essential oil to send her into happy, itch-free slumber.
Interested in buying? We’re offering a 20% discount for a very limited time. Use code eczema20 during checkout to get your discount.
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Tags: baby balm, diaper rash, eczema, neem