The Power of Natural Ingredients
Ingredients & their Benefits!
Difference between EMU Oil Skin Serum & EMU Balm
Emu Oil Skin Serum
Best for Skin Conditions
Best Treatment for Pain related Conditions
Why is Emu oil good for the skin?
Why is Emu Oil Good for You?
Emu Oil is widely used as a natural alternative for anti-inflammatory benefits, and that it’s phospholipid. This means that it penetrates deeper through the layers of our skin and into the body’s tissues.
Why is it Good for the Skin?
Emu Oil softens and moisturises the skin, heals chapped and dry skin, evenly tones the skin and softens wrinkles. Emu oil stimulates the skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and rejuvenate aging or sun-damaged skin.
When massaged into the skin quickly penetrates and saturates all the underlying tissues. Emu Oil is also bacterio-static, so bacteria will not grow in it. It is non-allergenic. It is non-comedogenic, so it will not block pores causing spots. Emu Oil is so gentle, it can be used, quite safely, on the most sensitive of skins, and importantly, you do not need to avoid the area around the eyes.
The research also signals that applying emu oil to the skin may help increase the number of healthy skin cells.
Why is it Good for Pain Relief?
Clinical studies have shown that Emu Oil applied topically has natural anti-inflammatory properties. One of the most impressive studies was one done by Drs Whitehouse and Ghosh in Australia. Each of these clinicians has over 25 years of experience and have published extensively on the evaluation and development of drugs used for arthritis. Over a 14-day period they had 11 participants with chronic pain due to arthritis; joint swelling and bone abrasion applied straight emu oil to joints.
The results were amazing. In 14 days, Emu Oil had eliminated all inflammation caused by arthritis joint swelling and bone abrasion due to lack of cartilage. None of the patients experienced arthritis pain in their joints and bones after 14 days of topical application. Emu Oil did not just mask pain, but reduced the inflammation which lowers the risk of further damage caused by scar tissue formation within the joints. Improved joint mobility can restore normal motion, translating to better performance during activities of daily life.