Sunday, November 29, 2015

UpNature Neem Oil 4 OZ works in the home, garden and even for skin and hair #NeemOil4oz

If you haven't heard about Neem Oil you need to try it. One of my clients told me about it a few years ago when I was lamenting about the fungus on my bamboo plants. A few treatments with Neem Oil on the branches and leaves and the fungus was gone. This natural oil has properties that really work well to prevent pest infestation on indoor plants and even in the garden. It is a much better option versus those icky chemicals. You can even use it on the skin and in the hair as a moisturizer. It has a slight scent so it would probably be good blended with other oils. It is a great all around oil that can be use in a multitude of ways. 

This is truly premium quality 100% pure, gentle and effective natural Neem Oil. This is produced without any toxins, additives and it is unfiltered and undiluted. The Neem Oil from UpNature is therapeutic grade. It is packaged in the USA.

If you have hair issues, Neem Oil can help add shine and gloss to your hair. Everyone's hair can use a little bit of luster especially once the weather gets cold. UpNature suggests you try a daily application of Neem Oil to support the health of your hair and scalp. Neem oil is a great solution for frizzy or rough hair. A simple option is to add a few drops of neem oil in your shampoo before applying it on your scalp. Wash your hair as usual and you will notice the difference pretty quickly too! Neem oil is considered a great support against hair loss. It can support hair growth, and the quality of hair.

As I mentioned earlier, Neem oil is considered quite useful when it's applied daily to young plants. Neem oil is commonly used in the form of an insecticide. It's non-toxic to birds, wildlife, fish and bees. Neem oil can be used to treat a number of garden ailments, including insects, fungus and even viruses. 

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