Neem is a foliage tree of Indian origin. It has been found in the neighboring countries - Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka etc. for centuries. But in the last nearly a hundred years, this tree has crossed the geographical boundaries of the Indian subcontinent and reached Africa, Australia, Southeast Asia, South and Central America and many tropical and subtropical countries of the Southern Pacific Islands. Its botanical name is Azadirachta Indica. The botanical name of Neem is derived from its Sanskrit language ‘Nimba’. Neem is used in the medicinal functions of the skin. It prevents severe diseases like skin pox and purifies the blood from it. It has special importance in extreme diseases. As it is friendly to the Indian environment, it is found in abundance in India. Neem tree is noted for its resistance to drought. It generally flourishes in sub-dry and low humidity areas where the annual rainfall is between 400 and 1200 mm. Although Neem is bitter in taste, there are some miraculous skin benefits hidden in its bitterness. It is Known for its healing properties.