You all must have heard from the oldies to take a bath with neem water if you are having a skin disease. And that is true that it cures the disease instantly. Before going towards the recipe, let’s have a look at the advantages

Advantage of Neem Plant

Neem leaf, otherwise called ‘neem ke patte’ is a basic fixing in numerous Ayurveda drugs. Neem leaves are known to contain nimbin, nimbinen, nimbolide, nimandial, ninbinene and other useful intensifies that have anti-parasitic, hostile to bacterial and mitigating properties. Gedunin and nimbidol found in the leaves of neem are incredible antifungal operators that annihilate organisms which cause athelete’s foot, ringworm and nail growth.

Advantages Of Neem Leaves For Skin

Neem leaves are anything but difficult to get and can be utilized to help magnificence and healthy skin.

Saturates Skin

The leaves saturate the skin keeping it delicate and supple. They are viable for helping scars and pigmentation brought about by skin inflammation and scabies. In the event that you have pimples all over, apply the neem leaf decoction. This can even be utilized to treat minor injuries.

Cures acne

A neem face pack crushing a couple of neem leaves with some water work best to treat the pimple and skin break out issues.

Skin Toning

Neem leaves for skin can likewise be utilized as a toner. This will clear skin inflammation and breakouts, whiteheads and even diminish the presence of pores.

Recipe of neem water at home

Planning time:

30 mins


  • Take two cups of water and one cup of neem leaves.
  • Wash the leaves properly with cold water to remove the dirt.
  • Put the water for boiling and then add neem leaves in it.
  • Cook the leaves at medium flame, until one cup of water is left.
  • Strain the water and let it cool.


If you don’t like the smell of neem water, add some lavender oil to it.

The mixture is very good for oily and pimples prone skin

Use it three times a day for better results.



  • Take some neem leaves and wash them properly with cold water.
  • Take a clean cloth and spread all the leaves on it.
  • Cover the leaves with the same cloth and leave it for approx. 10 days to get dry.
  • Daily check the leaves and turn them upside down so that no leaf is left wet.
  • Once, all the leaves have been dried, crush them and then blend them well.
  • Neem powder is ready to use.