Ingredients: neem oil, coconut oil, water, olive oil and lye.
Neem oil is not used for cooking purposes. In India and Pakistan, it is used for preparing cosmetics (soap, hair products, body hygiene creams, hand creams) and in Ayurvedic (Indian medicine), Unani and folklore traditional medicine, in the treatment of a wide range of afflictions. The most frequently reported indications in ancient Ayurvedic writings are skin diseases, inflammations and fevers, and more recently rheumatic disorders, insect repellent and insecticide effects.
Traditional Ayurvedic uses of neem include the treatment of acne, fever, leprosy, malaria, ophthalmia and tuberculosis. Various folk remedies for neem include use as an anthelmintic, antifeedant, antiseptic, diuretic, emmenagogue, contraceptive, febrifuge, parasiticide, pediculocide and insecticide. It has been used in traditional medicine for the treatment of tetanus, eczema, scrofula and erysipelas.
Anti-eczema soap has a quiet strong fragrance, so prepare yourself for it. However has been tasted on my friends who have eczema and showed a good result.