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Auromere Ayurvedic Mouthwash with Neem & Peelu -- 16 fl oz


Auromere Ayurvedic Mouthwash with Neem & Peelu
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Auromere Ayurvedic Mouthwash with Neem & Peelu -- 16 fl oz

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Auromere Ayurvedic Mouthwash with Neem & Peelu Description

  • 23 Ayurvedic Herbal Extracts
  • Alcohol-Free • Sulfate-Free • Fluoride-Free
  • Vegan • Cruelty-Free • Paraben-Free
  • Non-GMO • Gluten-Free • Soy and Corn-Free
  • No Saccharine or Artificial Sweeteners

Experience The Power of Neem

 

Ayurveda

("Ayur"=Life and "Veda" = Knowledge) is the ancient holistic science of India which aims at a total harmony of Mind, Life, Body and Spirit in balance with nature's rhythms.

 

Pure • Authentic • Effective

23 Herbal Extracts & 9 Essential Oils, including NEEM and PEELU


Directions

Use about 1/2 capful of mouthwash after flossing and brushing with Auromere Ayurvedic Toothpaste - or after meals for in between freshening. Swish around in mouth for one minute or longer, or use as a potent gargle; spit out when finished.
Free Of
Alcohol, sulfate, fluoride, animal ingredients, animal testing, paraben, GMOs, gluten, soy, corn, saccharine and artificial sweeteners.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Purified water, glycerine (from vegetable oil), hydrogenated castor oil, xylitol (from birch bark), essental oil blend: [anethol, menthol, eucalyptus, mentha arvensis, mentha piperita, mentha viridis, geranium, cardamom, clove], indian licorice root, herbal extract blend: [peelu (salvadora persica), neem (azadirachta indica), pomegranate rind, common jujube, rose apple, clove, persian walnut, barleria prinoitis bark (vajradanti), indian almond, bedda nut, asian holly oak, prickly ash, zanthoxylum alatum, sappan wood, catechu, bengal madder, acacia arabica bark (babul), sarsaparilla, cinnamon, medlar bark, mayweed, bishop's weed].
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Get to Know Neem – The Ayurvedic Herb You Need in Your Health Routine

Antioxidant-rich neem oil is getting a lot of attention as a topical remedy, but it’s actually been used medicinally for thousands of years. Ancient healers have valued neem for its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and nourishing properties.

Commonly used to heal dry and damaged skin, it’s found in soaps, serums, scrubs and shampoos. But what makes this Ayurvedic herb so beneficial for your skin and how can you incorporate it into your daily skincare routine? 

Overhead View of White Mortar & Pestle Bowls Containing Neem Leaves and Paste on Olive Green Background Surface | Vitacost.com.blog

What is neem?

Neem is a tropical evergreen tree with the scientific name Azadirachta indica. It’s actually one of the largest and fastest growing evergreen tree, reaching approximately 40-80 feet in height. It can live up to 200 years, which is due to its drought-resistant and heat-tolerant nature.

Neem is native to Southeast Asia and Africa, and has been widely used in Ayurvedic, Chinese and Unani medicines for centuries.

Neem oil is cold-pressed from the seeds of the tree and used for medicine because of its high antioxidant, insecticidal and healing compounds. The leaves and bark of the tree are also used for their medicinal properties, including their quercetin content. Other therapeutic compounds in neem include azadirachtin and nimbolide, which have insecticidal and free radical scavenging potential.

For thousands of years, neem has been used as an antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory agent. Neem oil for skincare is gaining popularity because of its vitamin E and essential fatty acid content. It serves as a skin protectant, moisturizer and anti-aging agent.†vitacostviot

5 Neem Oil Uses

1. Skin and scalp moisturizer

Neem oil is easily absorbed by the skin because it contains essential fatty acids oleic acid, linoleic acid, stearic acid and palmitic acid. This combination of fats leaves your skin feeling soft and supple.

Neem oil can also be used to nourish dry scalp and brittle hair. It serves as a natural dandruff fighter and can be added to hair products, like shampoos, conditioners and hair masks, to boost hair health.

2. Fights skin damage and signs of aging

Neem oil contains skin-boosting, rejuvenating and protecting ingredients. It’s rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds that help to reduce signs of skin aging and damage.

Using neem oil as a form of topical therapy can reduce redness, wrinkles and thickening. It can also reduce the oxidizing processes in the skin that lead to age spots.

To use neem oil for a more youthful appearance, combine about half an ounce (or 15 mls) of organic neem seed oil with 8 ounces of jojoba oil and five drops of lavender essential oil. Use this serum as your face and skin moisturizer after showering.

3. Improves acne

Neem has antibacterial properties, so it’s often used to improve acne and other skin issues that are caused by microbes. Soaps and serums made with neem can be used on your face, neck, chest and back to fight acne.

To make your own neem oil anti-acne solution, simply combine equal parts coconut oil (or olive oil) with neem oil and rub it into acne-prone areas in a circular motion. You can also use a Q-tip to apply neem oil alone to a pesky pimple.

4. Bug repellant

Neem is a natural insecticide, so it can be used to repel mosquitos without the need for chemical bug sprays. One study suggests that it may even be effective for killing hair lice.

Neem is also used to repel ticks and fleas, so it can be added to pet shampoos as a natural pest controller.

5. Promotes dental health

Neem is commonly added to natural toothpastes and mouthwashes because of its ability to promote dental health.

It has antibacterial properties that can improve gingivitis and other inflammatory conditions effecting your teeth and gums. Neem can also help to improve your breath.

Here are a few neem products to consider:

NOW Foods Solutions Neem Oil | Vitacost.com/blog

NOW Foods Neem Oil

A good-quality neem oil, like NOW Foods Neem Oil, can be combined with a carrier oil to create your own beauty serum.

Alaffia Neem Oil  | Vitacost.com/blog

Alaffia Neem Oil

This unrefined neem oil can be used to relieve dry, itchy and cracking skin. A small amount can also be applied to acne-prone areas to fight bacterial growth.

Plantlife Neem Herbal Soap with Lemongrass Essential Oil | Vitacost.com/blog

Plantlife Neem Herbal Soap with Lemongrass Essential Oil

Plantlife’s neem herbal soap can be used daily in the shower to nourish and moisturize your skin.

 

These statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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