Packed with antioxidants, Neem protects, nourishes and moisturizes even the most sensitive skin. With 10% certified organic Neem oil, this bar is ideal for a clean, refreshed and vibrant complexion and great for the whole body.
Hand-crafted with only the finest quality organic oils.
Our new solar-powered curing facility uses a more efficient drying system for hand-crafted organic soap bars.
Paraben Free • Sulfate Free • Gluten Free
Winner of Better Nutrition Best of Beauty Awards 2009 and 2010!
I have been using this face soap for about three months, and I have been impressed with how moisturized my skin feels. My complexion is smooth and my skin's ph levels feel very balanced. I will definitely continue using.
I love Therneem products! I really wanted to make my own natural soap, but honestly, the process is nearly impossible with little ones. It's worth it to me to buy it from a company like Beeyoutiful that you know and trust!
It's honestly just a great overall soap. It's really great for sensitive skin or for those with keratosis pilaris (Iike me). However, I think the other Therneem soaps are good too and you probably just have to find the right one for your skin type.
I have used Neem products before, and was glad to see this soap. I thought I would try it, as I have sensitive skin and a hard time finding things that help my face calm down. I thought it was nice and felt soothing, but ended up just being too strong or potent for my face. It made me feel a little burning after using for a week or so. I stopped using on my face and gave it to my husband to use on persistent eczema, and it helped it clear up! It was incredibly effective for that, and I could see how it could help with rashes, poison ivy or other skin problems.
My daughter and I have pretty bad acne, will this help??
Question by: Betsy on Jul 1, 2014 11:22:02 AM
Yes, the TheraNeem - Facial Complexion Neem Therape Cleansing Bar can be used to help with acne or other facial blemish problems. We do feel that finding your triggers are also very important. Often it is either liver based or a food allergy! If you need any help with finding suggestions for that, please let me us know!
Answer by: Matt Johnson (Admin) on Jul 1, 2014 11:22:02 AM