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Emu Oil

Being used for thousands of years by the Aborigines of Australia, the Emu Oil is a proven natural wonder. A new hope of over 150 million people suffering from diabetes worldwide has occurred in the form of this oil. This non-greasy, highly moisturizing and highly penetrating oil is a natural skin softener with rejuvenating properties, heals wounds and burns (including sunburns), reduces pain and swelling of arthritis, along with reducing itching and swelling of insect bites and stings.

In fact, having the ability to reduce the depth and length of fine lines & wrinkles, the emu oil has demonstrated to be the fastest and most penetrating oil into the skin. Thus, this excellent trans-dermal carrier oil is perfect to be used in any moisturizer or therapeutic ingredients. This natural, non-toxic, non-comedogenic (does not clog pores), hypo-allergenic (non-irritating), and gentle oil for all skin types is also an effective anti-inflammatory. Its potency of the anti-inflammatory effect is similar to ibuprofen without the negative side-affects frequently common with traditional prescription or corticosteroid based anti-inflammatory medications.
 

The Emu Bird
Being a native to Australia, Emu are the second largest members of the flightless bird family called ratites. These birds were initially, imported to the United States prior to 1950 as exotic zoo and private collection stock. In 1960, the Emu was designated Australia's national bird and shortly thereafter, an official Australian Governmental ban was placed upon the exportation of the indigenous Emu. The ban is now over 30 years old and continues to this day. These extremely docile and intensely curious creatures are 5 to 6 1/2 feet tall and can stretch to over 7 feet as an adult.

Oil Extraction
Known as a food by-product-- the emu oil is obtained from the fat of the Emu. When this bird is

processed for its healthy red meat, the fat is then refined into oil which is an all natural substance. When processed, the fat is taken through a series of steps to refine, sterilize and deodorize it. Not all emu oil on the market is "refined", so we must warn consumers to beware. In the refining process, it is important that the oil be brought up to a high enough temperature to eliminate all bacteria. The finally extracted emu oil is held responsible for producing life energy in our bodies; well governing growth, vitality, and mental state.
 

Benefits of Emu Oil
This direct successor of Natural Power-- the emu oil is enriched with many beneficial properties including the following:

  • Anti-inflammatory, with effects comparable to ibuprofen
  • Bacteriostatic, does not promote the growth of bacteria
  • Hypoallergenic, not known to cause skin irritation or have any side effects
  • Highly penetrating, non-greasy, absorbs without leaving a greasy feel
  • Non-comedogenic, does not clog pores.
 

Emu Oil naturally contains:

  • Vitamin E, a major antioxidant and healing agent
  • Vitamin A, a known skin repairer and antioxidant
  • Linoleic acid, which eases muscle aches and joint pain
  • Oleic acid, a proven skin cell regenerator, anti-wrinkle agent
  • Sapogens, proven skin softeners
  • Terpines, known antiseptics.


Thus, loaded with extra therapeutic capabilities for Gentle Skin & Body Care for Daily Use, the Emu Oil provides long-lasting benefits even after repeated washings. A detailed look involves the following:

  • Smooth and condition rough elbows, knees and heels.
  • Soften and moisturize hands and cuticles.
  • Reduce itching and flakiness of dry skin by moisturizing, replenishing, and lubricating.
  • Protect face and hands from wind and weather.
  • Revitalize aging skin: Being a well known skin cell regenerator and anti-wrinkle agent, emu oil helps to improve aging skin complexion and condition.
  • Prevent additional moisture loss by forming a protective barrier.

Reduce Body Pain & Stiffness: Enriched with pain relief and anti-inflammatory agents, emu oil can reduce discomfort ans soothe sore muscles and joints. Penetrating deeply into the skin, it delivers fast respite from leg cramps, muscle aches, pains, and pulls. That is why, this oil is excessively used in sports medicine.

  • Reduce joint and muscle pain, stiffness and swelling.
  • Help alleviate discomfort of arthritis, shingles, eczema, psoriasis and other inflammatory conditions.
  • Promoting faster healing, the emu oil is a natural bacteriostatic, anti-inflammatory and cell regeneration agent. Owing to the similar properties, is may also reverse the effects of hair loss as well as certain chronic skin disorders.    
  • Lessen pain and scarring related to burns and sunburns.
  • Alleviate discomfort of eczema, psoriasis, diaper rash, heat rash and shingles.
  • Reduce pain and infection from insect bites & stings.
  • Assist in repair of skin damage, including scars, wrinkles and stretch marks.
 
 
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