Provide mild tonic and skin cleansing properties and are generally safe for all skin types, though pregnant women shouldn’t use neem based products. It should also not be applied to large sections of the skin that are heavily abraded. antibacterial and antiviral properties, the leaves are incorporated into many skin care recipes for such issues as such as acne, eczema, ringworm, and common skin infections. It can also be used as a natural mouth wash (though it doesn’t taste very good) … it can be incorporated into other hydrosol blends for a better tasting rinse. The scent throw is just an added extra bonus for scent therapy.