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Combining Natural And Organic Ingredients With Pure Emu Oil

• A natural product

• Anti-Aging

• Anti-inflammatory

• Anti-bacterial

• Promotes cellular regeneration

• Deeply penetrating

• Comedogenic (doesn’t block pores)

• Non-allergenic (no side effects)

• Trans-dermal carrier (penetrates skin)

• Assist the upper layers of skin to hold water

• Moisturize several layers of dry or chapped skin naturally

• Reduce inflammation and redness in blemishes for oily or problem skin

• Balance and soften skin

• Penetrate the skin to encourage blood supply to bruising and tissue damage

• Soothe and speed healing after cosmetic procedures

• Lessen the scarring of recent wounds

• Encourage skin cells to re-grow

• Decrease the effects of some skin complaints or irritations

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The History Of Emu Oil

The Emu is a prehistoric, flightless bird thought to have roamed the outback of Australia some 80 million years ago. Much like the Native American's relationship with the bison, the Aborigines of Australia looked upon the Emu as the core of their existence. The Emu provided them with food, clothing, shelter, medicine, and spiritual subsistence.

The Australian Aborigines were the first people to find out about the great healing properties of the oil obtained from this bird. They have used it for thousands of years as a valued remedy to protect,heal and moisturize their skin from the harsh Australian sun and to keep their muscles and joints supple. It was not long before most pioneers had a pot of the oil in their medicine cabinets and reported remarkable healing effects.

The Composition of Emu Oil

Emu oil is made up of fatty acids which are mainly (70%) mono and poly unsaturated fats. It also contains different essential fatty acids, Linoleic acid (Omega 6) and Alpha-Linolenic acid (Omega 3) which are highly beneficial. Omega 6 helps replenish skin cells, and Omega 3 has anti-inflammatory properties. The main fatty acid (up to 40% or more) is Oleic acid (Omega 9) which is mono-unsaturated and is said to be beneficial in reducing inflammation and pain. Fatty acids are essential in our diet as they help maintain cell growth and help control blood clotting and inflammation.

Because of the primitive nature of the oil, there is ongoing university and private research currently underway to fully determine the oil's benefits and applications.

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