Rich in antioxidants, antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties, neem is not only beneficial for health, but it is also no less than a boon for your skin. In the month of monsoon, there are many problems like pimples, rashes, rash, etc. on the skin, neem gives you a lot of relief from these problems. Boiling neem leaves in water and bathing with it, it also removes skin allergies. But it is a big hassle to make this water every day. In such a situation, you can use neem soap while taking a bath. Since the soap sold in the name of neem soap is not trusted in the market, it is better that you prepare it yourself at home. This soap will remove many problems related to your skin.
ingredients for soap making
Take neem leaves, glycerin soap, vitamin E capsule, water, and a mold for making soap, if there is no mold then take a paper cup or small bowl.
prepare soap like this
First, wash the neem leaves thoroughly with water and after that put them in the mixer and make a fine paste. If you have trouble grinding, then add water according to the need and make a very fine paste.
Take out the prepared paste in a bowl or any vessel. After this, make small pieces of soap containing glycerin. Now take a big vessel and pour water into it and heat the water. When the water becomes slightly hot, put an empty bowl in it and put pieces of soap in that bowl.
With the heat, the soap pieces will start to melt. When it melts completely, then add the paste of neem leaves to it. Cut the vitamin E capsule and put it in it and let it heat up for some time.
After this, you put this liquid in a paper cup, plain small bowl, or mold, in whichever you want to give it the shape of soap. When it freezes well, then take it out with the help of a knife and use it. By using this neem soap regularly, you will get those benefits, which you would not have even thought about.