This amazing new anti-aging neem cream is based on a formula created by scientists in South Korea (with support from the Seoul Business Agency). Although most research on neem focuses on issues that make people seriously sick, this report published in the Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology takes a look at an issue most of us are far more concerned about:
The full article is pay-walled, but a friend who writes for a national journal on dermatology was kind enough to “translate” it for us. (Learn more here.) It’s not just one action – it’s multiple actions at the cellular level that make this an amazing anti-aging face cream. It’s one of the longest and most complex articles we’ve ever published, but if you’re concerned about how your skin looks as you age, it’s well worth the read. It’s also particularly important because the scientists tried the same formulas on bald mice under sun lamps as well as human skin cells in test tubes — and saw the same amazing anti-aging results in both scenarios.
Instead of collagen breaking down at a faster rate with fewer cells being created — the collagen levels remained unchanged in rats and human skin cells even when exposed to extreme levels of sunlight.* Collagen, of course, is the building block behind your skin, preventing it from sagging and creating wrinkles.
The scientists were generous enough to share their formulation with us, so we could test it in the real world. Besides doing really great things for your skin at a cellular level*, it smells good, feels great going on and soaks in quickly.
Let us know what you think!
INGREDIENTS: Purified water, caprylic capric triglyceride, glycerin, cetearyl alcohol, cetearyl olivate, propanediol, neem (Azadirachta indica) leaf supercritical extract, rosemary supercritical extract.
* These statements are based upon clinical reports but have not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Neem Tree Farms does not sell products that are intended to diagnose, prevent, control or treat any disease, or kill or repel any pests, except as allowed by the NimBioSys registration when used on only on plants.