- Relieves aches and pains in muscles and joints
- Soothes and moisturises dry and chapped skin
- Promotes cellural re-generation
- Deeply penetrating & non-comedogenic
- Reduces stretch marks and scarring
The Australian Emu Oil is triple-refined by molecular distillation, and its purity is guaranteed. We are able to provide Material Safety Data sheets, specifications and an analysis for every batch we sell. Pure Emu oil is similar in composition and texture to natural human oils. Emu oil, a superior, pure, natural emollient, moisturiser and anti-inflammatory, for the treatment of dry, rough skin problems, wrinkles, scars & skin rashes, eczema, psoriasis, burns and for relief of arthritis, muscle, joint and back pain. The Australian Aborigines have been using Emu Oil for thousands of years. Nowadays people are using Emu Oil to help with a number of common ailments from sports injuries to dry skin. Various Doctors have observed that Emu Oil can help ailments such as eczema, psoriasis, arthritis, growing pains, muscle sprains and also for cell re growth. There is medical research and clinical trials to support the anecdotal evidence provided by these regular users. Emu Oil is also used for its cosmetic value as a powerful moisturiser that doesn’t block pores, is suitable for all skin types and has anti-aging properties that can help the skin to look more youthful by keeping it supple, smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles Emu Oil moisturises even the driest of skin, evenly tones it and softens wrinkles. It is also deeply penetrating so when rubbed into the skin it quickly saturates the underlying tissues. Emu oil contains sterols, with HDL-Cholesterol (good cholesterol),alpha tocopherol(Vitamin E) Vitamin A and collagen are present in significant quantities. Emu Oil “Wakes Up” 80% of Sleeping Hair Follicles. Using emu oil for hair loss will have an amazing effect on hair growth due to its abundance of essential fatty acids (EFAs). In a clinical study from England, a few drops of Emu Oil were applied and massaged into the participants scalp. Participants saw an average hair re growth of 8% per month and an average of 48% re growth over six months.