Neem, Nim tree or Indian lilac, is a tree in the mahogany family Meliaceae with the biological subjective name Azadirachta indica.
The orientation of Neem tree leaves and stems to the air atmosphere is so immense that it provides an equal air force to that of ten air conditioners.
The neem tree is one of two species in the genus Azadirachta and is habituated to the Indian subcontinent and most of the countries in Africa. It is typically grown in tropical and subtropical regions.
The chemical composition in neem extracts is an altogether of Nimbin, nimbanene, 6-diacetyl nimbinene, nimbandiol, nimbolide, ascorbic acid, n-hexacosanol and amino acid, 7-diacetyl-7-benzoyl azadiradione, 7-desacetyl-7-benzoyl gedunin, 17-hydroxy azadiradione, and nimboli. In nutrient nomenclature, the neem extracts include protein, carbohydrates, minerals, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin C, carotene, etc.
The neem extracts like oil, powder, capsules, or lotion when applied on infected skin areas with acne, bacteria, and fungus, the anti-oxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties would help in fighting the blood cells over the affected, and relieve the skin from the adverse. The neem leaves are good for maintaining skin smoothness.
The neem flavored shampoo and conditioner when used for hair care, shows an immediate healthy reaction. The extracts when applied on the scalp over the head, the relation between hair and skin is strengthened.
There are a variety of benefits associated with neem oil in relation to beard health and growth, making it a natural way of guarding beard growth and maintenance.
Neem oil for beard growth
Beard dandruff removal
Beard dandruff is just like hair dandruff but settles to the facial hair right down from either sidebar to the chin point, covering jawlines and cheekbones.
Seborrheic dermatitis is the most common cause of beard dandruff. Dandruff is actually caused by yeast growth on your skin called Malassezia.
Beard dandruff could cause various haircare and skincare problems like pimples, rashes, bumps, hair loss, patchy beard, and itching.
The primary cause of dandruff is a fungus called Candida and Malassezia. The antifungal properties of Neem oil make it effective against these fungi.
Any hair care oil applied to the treatment of the beard from various misalignments generates a great deal of grease on the skin and the hair strands rooted into the skin. Neem oil is different from other hair oils for its massaging properties and refreshing chemical agents. It would simply feel more comfortable with the fragrance it provides.
Itching is one of the most irritating conditions to beard growth and beard life. The moisturization induced through Neem oil application on beard hair and skin beneath the beard would help the hair strands to free from other hair strands and dilute the stubborn nature of dust and dirt particles incorporated in the dense beard.
Antioxidant and anti-inflammation
The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties generated by the massage of neem oil on beard space frees the skin or hair follicles from beard dandruff. The moisturization relieves the hair from holding dry dandruff.
Massaging neem oil into the beard and skin is a great way to restore balance, promote beard health, soften and make that beard shine.
Neem oil will help stimulate blood flow and unclog blocked follicles. These effects may help fight hair loss. Soothes inflamed and irritated skin beneath the beard.
Neem oil is used as a treatment for dry scalp and other scalp conditions. It helps in improving blood circulation of the scalp, thereby encouraging facial hair growth.
Repair Hair damage and skin cell breakage
Neem oil repairs hair damage and skin cell breakage. The vitamin E present in the Nilgiri oil helps reduce oxidative damage and free radical stress.
Neem oil enhances beard growth or does not block DHT. It reactivates beard hair follicles to invigorate growth, re-growing and regenerating damaged facial hair. It thickens hair strands and nourishes hair roots.
Antifungal and antibacterial properties
Neem oil has antifungal & antibacterial properties and thus helps you with any fungal infection, rashes, or acne on your face.
Bacteria and fungus are one of the effects and effects for dandruff initiated at the hair root imbibed in skin pores. The massage of neem oil relieves the hair from dandruff and other dirt particles building at the hair ground.
The pores on your beard scalp close due to dirt, dead blood cells, dandruff, etc. The application of neem oil for a certain period can gradually unlock them.
Neem oils treat excess inflammation through hair follicles which could lead to fewer nutrients supplied to the hair body. The inflammation leads to loose hold of follicles, hair breakage, and hair loss.
Neem oil can be used as a hair conditioner which is available in shampoo, too. The thorough wash of beard hair with shampoo would condition the beard hair to glow with a free momentum from one hair strand to another. As neem oil benefits skin nourishment, too, it has no side effects on skin texture.
Neem oil is a good solvent to other oils that on mixture could intensify the caretaking principles for beard growth. Neem oil is capable of controlling side effects that could emerge from the application of other oils.