Description: Neem carrier oil has been reputed for its cleansing properties. It is known to be rich in fatty acids and glycerides and provides an excellent natural moisturizing base for skin care formulation. This oil has been used for centuries in traditional Indian Medicine to aid in improving topical skin conditions.
Color:Yellowish green to dark brown liquid.
Aromatic Description:Neem Carrier Oil has an earthy, green smell with slight nutty scent towards the end.
Common Uses: up to 10% in skin care formulations.
Consistency: Neem Carrier Oil is very viscous, and it gets solid in the cold. Simply heat it in a hot water bath in order to thin it out.
Absorption: Does not absorb easily into the skin.
Shelf Life: Users can expect a shelf life of up to 2 years with proper storage conditions (cool, out of direct sunlight). Refrigeration after opening is recommended. Please refer to the Certificate of Analysis for current Best Before Date.
Cautions: None Known.
Storage: It is recommended that cold-pressed carrier oils be kept in a cool dark place to maintain freshness and achieve maximum shelf life. If refrigerated, bring to room temperature before using.
IMPORTANT: All New Directions Aromatics (NDA) products are for external use only unless otherwise indicated. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, and it should not be used by anyone who is pregnant or under the care of a medical practitioner. Please refer to our policies for further details, and our disclaimer below.
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Rating: I cannot say enough good things about this life-saver. I suffer from extreme seborrhea dermatitis and this has been better than any medicated treatment and any other oil treatment on its own. The smell isn't as bad as some people say it is and it really just smells like a strong olive-like fruit. I actually love the smell and I blend it with some coconut oil, rosemary EO, lavender EO, and tea tree EO. I think it's even adding to my hair's growth because it's so nutritious for scalp and skin!
By:Saba, Edmonton, Alberta
Date: Loyal Customer Since: 20-Jul-2014
Rating: The stench of this oil is beyond words! I have yet to find any combination that covers the smell. It will remain in my cupboard until next gardening season for insects. I think I'll try spraying it around the garbage to keep the raccoons' away.
By:Suzanne, North Bay, Ontario
Date: Loyal Customer Since: 19-Oct-2015
Rating: This is a great carrier oil for those with acne issues! My customers love it. The smell is a little bit off-putting, however, just add some essential oils and it is easily "covered up" lavender seems to work quite well. ;) I really like the results with this oil. And I will continue to use it. Thank you!
By:Zachary, Chalk River, Ontario Top ReviewerDate: Loyal Customer Since: 05-Jul-2014
Rating: I love this product! I use it on my facial scars which have lightened. Neem is one thing that works for my zits and doesn't leave a scar behind.i use it every night prophylactic and haven't broken out since using it
By:Kiran, Calgary, Alberta
Date: Loyal Customer Since: 10-Nov-2013
Rating: We had been intrigued by what we heard about neem oil. It hasn t disappointed us at all . We hope to one day have a whole line dedicated to neem .
We add it to our line of shampoos and have used it to keep insects off our
beauty hibiscus . We hope price stabilizes .
Rating: Purchased the large bottle of this Neem oil and I am so glad that I did! My key ingredient in my body butters for problem skin, and it is one of my top sellers! Yes the scent is nothing to rave about, but the outcome and benefits of this oil outweigh the scent. This oil is a definite must have.
By:Janit, Souris, Manitoba Top ReviewerDate: Loyal Customer Since: 04-May-2013
Rating: I mix 1 tablespoon of neem carrier oil with 1 tablespoon of liquid soap and a gallon of water to kill spider mites in my greenhouse. Adding 10 drops of rosemary oil and 10 drops of clove oil also kills spider mite eggs and leaves a wonderful smell.
By:Susan, Salisbury West, New Brunswick
Date: Loyal Customer Since: 30-Jul-2014
Rating: In India, Neem is valued for its antiseptic properties (hair and skin). Adding neem leaves in hot bath water for a soak helps relieve body ache too especially after illness. The list of its benefits is truly endless. I use this in hair oil (dark hair....am unsure how it works for any other hair type) by adding a bit of Neem oil to regular coconut oil - a little goes a long way.
By:Radhika, Toronto, Ontario Top ReviewerDate: Loyal Customer Since: 29-Aug-2006
Rating: They weren't kidding when they said the scent is strong and pungent. I like it though, the smell reduces after a short time and the healing benefits are amazing for problem skin
By:Elisabeth, Caledon East, Ontario Top ReviewerDate: Loyal Customer Since: 21-Nov-2012
Rating: Used this oil to control grubs and white flies in my garden. What a success! I'm now going to experiment with other uses for this oil!
Rating: Amazing stuff, great price. Excellent addition to soap for people with skin problems. Also, besides all the amazing properties listed above, neem is a fantastic, non-toxic ant repellent. Just mix a little with some water and rubbing alcohol, put in a spray bottle and use it anywhere that you have ants invading. Or just paint a line of neem oil with your finger and the ants will never cross it again.
By:Basil, Woodbridge, Ontario Top ReviewerDate: Loyal Customer Since: 15-Aug-2006
Rating: When i first smelt this oil it was stinky but not as bad as some people have described it to be. However the smell just does not dissipate and can be nauseating after a while. That being said, the healing properties are AMAZING that i can deal with the stench. It is defiantly is not something i would use before leaving the house. Tea tree oil used to be my miracle oil, not anymore! Neem oil has so many uses it is a must have for everyone!
Rating: Feels good on the face and hands; I like adding small amounts to my favourite lotion and then massaging it into my skin. Smells good too if you like nuts and nut smells like I do :). Neem oil is also reputed to repel spiders (HALLELUJAH!!!) and other insects.
By:Alyssa, Summerside, Prince Edward Island
Date: Loyal Customer Since: 06-Nov-2011
Rating: Strong smell but it goes away after a day. Makes a very rich lip balm.
By:Manon, Rawdon, Quebec Top ReviewerDate: Loyal Customer Since: 07-Jun-2011
Rating: Great price for the quality!
I use this on my hair and scalp proves to soften my damaged bleached hair, smells bad; but i mix with lavender oil to mask the scent.
Rating: Such a wonderful oil! I love the rich, nutty smell! Add it to hemp oil for a luxurious treat!
By:Clories, Petawawa, Ontario Top ReviewerDate: Loyal Customer Since: 18-Dec-2007
Rating: Use the strong, almost meaty odour of neem with food-y essential oils like cardamon, tumeric, davana, curry and so forth. solid at room temperature, it can be made liquid by putting the glass jar in a bath of hot water.
By:Tracey, Toronto, Ontario Top ReviewerDate: Loyal Customer Since: 09-Jan-2007
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Please note, the International Federation of Aromatherapists do not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy. In addition, Essential Oils must be properly diluted before use in order to avoid any damages to property or adverse physical effects (including injury or bodily harm).