Review: Mesmara Neem Oil

Hi Guys! I hope you all are doing good… Today I am going to review Mesmara Neem Oil with you all…

Neem is a miraculous plant just like Aloe Vera and is useful in almost all of its forms viz. leaves, barks, stems, seeds, oil, fruits, flowers etc. From beauty to medicinal, it serves millions of benefits to humans.

It was widely used in the daily lives of people of the ancient times and its importance and benefits cannot be neglected or forgotten even today. It heals wounds very quickly, soothes the skin or itchy scalp, treats and prevents dandruff, keeps acne away and boosts the immune system.

Although Neem tastes bitter and smells pungent and displeasing, it is a wonderful herb. I totally love neem oil and take it into various purposes. It is the cure to most of my body problems. It has anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties in it and can be used as a birth control option as well.

If you are interested in knowing the benefits of neem oil, how I use it and will I recommend you to buy it or not, then please keep on reading this post till the end.. Don’t forget to comment below and let me know if you have used this oil before.

I have also reviewed Mesmara Kaolin Clay, Rose Petal Powder, Bentonite Clay, Neem Powder, Aloe Vera Powder, Dead Sea Mud, and Activated Coconut Charcoal Powder, so don’t forget to check them out. Also, I’d love to share my reviews about more Mesmara products if you guys want me to, so let me know if there is any.


UNREFINED COLD PRESSED – Mesmara Neem Oil is carefully Processed to Retain Delicate Essential Fatty Acids and Active Ingredients.
COSMETIC GRADE – Helps Protect, Nourish and Moisturize Dry Sensitive Skin. Rich in Omega 6 & 9 Essential Fatty Acids and Antioxidants.
SOOTHING – Commonly Used for Skin Irritation.
HAIRCARE – Traditionally used in Indian Hair Treatments, Adding Shine, Tame & Condition Rough or Fizzy Hair & Supporting Scalp Health.
KEEP BUGS AWAY – Commonly Used as a Natural Bug and Mosquito Repellent or to add to Pet Care Shampoo. Used in Organic Farming.


Azadiracta Indica

Extraction Method:

Cold Pressed Method


For external use only. People with allergies and sensitive skin should test before use.


Rs. 350 for 200 ml

Shelf Life:

24 months




Mesmara Neem Oil comes in a transparent plastic bottle with a white, plastic flip cap which is sturdy enough to make the entire packaging sturdy, travel-friendly and spill proof.


Typical neem oil smell. In case you don’t know how it smells like, I’d say it is a strong scent of a mixture of peanut and garlic.




Neither too thick nor too thin

Benefits of Mesmara Neem Oil:

*Prevents and treats dandruff
*Soothes itchy scalp
*Kills head lice
*Helps in birth control
*Slows down the aging process
*Heals the skin very effectively
*Treats, reduces and prevents acne
*Lightens acne scars
*Makes skin even toned
*Reduces blackheads
*Treats chronic skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis etc
*Conditions hair, reduces hair breakage and hair fall and tames down frizziness
*Combats bed bugs
*Effective mosquito repellent
*Prevents skin infections in animals
*Treats nail infections

My Experience with Mesmara Neem Oil:

Initially, I found it really difficult to bring neem oil to use because of its strong, garlic-like smell but a scent does not bother me enough when I know its uses. First of all, I apply two drops of this oil into my navel each night before going to bed.

Oiling the navel is something people from the western countries do religiously because it is highly beneficial. For instance, if you oil your navel with mustard or coconut oil each night, you will never get dry or chapped lips.

Similarly, if you apply neem oil to your navel each night, you will see a massive reduction in acne or other skin infections. Just two drops of oil per night is enough and gives amazing results. Whenever I have skin inflammation or painful acne, I apply some oil directly on the skin using a Q-tip and get relief within a day or two.

Mesmara Neem Oil not only reduces and treats the acne but also lightens acne scars, making the skin appear brighter and even toned. It also reduces hyperpigmentation and I apply it to my knees, elbows, and knuckles for at least three-four hours, if I cannot do it for the entire night.

Also, it keeps my skin hydrated and nourished and does not make it dry at all. It also tames down frizziness from the hair and prevents dandruff very effectively. It kills head lice and reduces itchy scalp.

Upon regular usage, Neem oil reduces fine lines and wrinkles giving the skin a much softer and younger looking glow. Since it is very effective in reducing the breeding of mosquitoes, I pour some oil into an empty mosquito repellent refill bottle.

Then I attach the refill to the mosquito repellent machine and use it in my room. Seriously, I did not expect it to be so effective in keeping mosquitoes away and for someone like me who likes to use natural alternatives, this is the perfect option. However, the room does not smell very good and I have to sniff it all night long.

Pros of Mesmara Neem Oil:

*100% pure and natural
*Unrefined and solvent free
*Sturdy and mess-proof packaging
*No side effects or irritation on the skin
*Keeps head lice and mosquitoes away
*Very effective for mostly all skin conditions
*Value for money
*Available on huge discounts on Amazon

Cons of Mesmara Neem Oil:

*Only available online, that too just on Amazon

Will I purchase it?

Yes. Neem Oil is never enough for me and my family because we use it in almost everything.

Will I recommend it?

Yes. This is a wonderful oil which is the cure to mostly all of your problems. If you are thinking about buying some neem oil, you must give Mesmara a chance and I am sure they will not disappoint you.

Is it worth the money?

Yes. This oil is very pure and effective, so I highly find it worth the price charged.

My Ratings: 5/5

*PR Sample

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