iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $2.63 (24% off)
Smell isn't that bad!!! - oil solidified in cold tempuratures.
Posted by Reviewer1707331 on Jun 01, 2014
I was expecting a rancid smell, but no! This smells very much like onions, nutty and bread/sesame like flavour to me! (the cinnamon oil by "nature's alchemy" is far more nasty than this oil!) It has a lingering...not sure how to describe it, like creamy/waxy feel at the back of the nose. It isn't "pleasant" per say but it isn't "nasty" at all either! I'm excited to use this on my eczema and see it if helps! Something I didn't see mentioned- i thought there was wax at the top to prevent it from spilling but when i tried to use the dropper it seemed the bottle was empty- which is when i realised it had solidified.... WEIRD. NOTE- I just put it on, it stings slightly, I hope that means it's working?
Repels insects and softens dry skin
Posted by Reviewer3101973 on Dec 17, 2013
Excellent natural insect repellent and also great for dry skin. The skin on my hands was like sand paper due to a dry climate and hard water. When I applied this neem oil my skin became much softer. It does smell a bit like food/garlic/onions but the benefits make it worth it for me.
Posted by alivesuperfoods on Nov 16, 2012
Good oil and I mixed it with Now Foods Neem oil too, which was excellent to get a wide range of Neem~iness.
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Posted by miracle on Feb 15, 2012
The smell is terrible. But any neem oil smells the same. It's good with skin prombles, like eczema and etc.
Potent neem oil
Posted by NaraNarasimhan on Dec 31, 2011
Hi, I used this topically for toenail fungus for a few days. However, the smell was overpowering, and hence decided to discontinue use.
Great product, but very stinky
Posted by Reviewer3210492 on Jan 18, 2010
I mix this in w/ the Neemaura lotion when my eczema is flaring - it is good, but stinky. I think I like the Triple potency Neem by the same company better, as you can drink that stuff and also apply topically.
Posted by Reviewer2314445 on Dec 23, 2009
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