Neem is a plant growing in South Asia (mainly Sri Lanka, Burma and India) and has been used for thousands of years. In many villages of India the streets are lined with neem trees. Considered sacred and god-like, many villagers worship the trees as a god. The trees serve multiple purposes by giving shelter from the heat, the leaves as a cure for skin rashes, and the twigs for toothpaste. Recent research has even found that neem can be a preventive measure for prostate cancer.
Acts as an anti-bacteria clearing up skin rashes, eczema and ache,
It is a non-toxic and chemically unaltered product,
Lathers well and leaves the skin moisturized,
Tulsi is called the ‘Holy Basil’ in India with reference made to it in the Holy Scriptures. It's an antioxidant that boosts the immune system, acts as a stress relieving agent.