Pure Emu Oil

What is Emu Oil?

Historically used by the aborigines, emu oil is produced from the fat of an emu, a massive Australian bird. It can be applied in its pure form or added to other products, such as face and body creams. Today, it is known worldwide as an exceptional natural moisturizer. Its effectiveness is attributed to the presence of omegas 3, 6, 7, and 9, fatty acids that are beneficial for the body and the skin.

How to Use It?

There are numerous testimonials regarding the use of emu oil as an alternative or complement to existing treatments. It also serves as a daily moisturizer, providing deep hydration, absorbing quickly, and leaving no greasy film on the skin.

How Does Emu Oil Relieve Pain?

Clinical studies have demonstrated that emu oil effectively reduces inflammation. This is particularly beneficial for individuals experiencing arthritis, stiff joints, or injuries resulting in swelling.

It temporarily relieves aches and pains in muscles and joints associated with one or more of the following: simple backache, lumbago, strains and sprains (involving muscles, tendons, and/or ligaments), and arthritis.



Recommended Use:

  • Apply a thin, even layer to affected area up to 3–4 times per day. 

  • Rub and/or massage into skin until solution vanishes. 

  • For external use only. 

  • Avoid contact with the eyes and mucous membranes. 

  • Do not apply to wounds or damaged skin. 

  • For use beyond 7 days, consult a health care practitioner.

How Does My Skin Absorb Emu Oil?

Emu oil is transdermal, meaning it penetrates through or by way of the skin. As depicted in the chart above, its lipid composition is nearly identical to our own skin, enabling it to traverse all seven layers of the skin.

Being animal-derived, emu oil closely resembles our own skin oil, making it easily recognized and allowed in. No plant-derived oils exhibit such similarity to human skin oil.

In contrast to non-transdermal oil-based products, which the skin naturally attempts to block, emu oil penetrates through to the inner layers where it can nourish newly forming skin cells or hair follicles.

Please note that the percentage comparison in the chart is not final or actual, as it depends on individual differences in skin condition.

Skin Irritations and Bites

Emu oil can be used to treat a range of skin issues. 

From sunburn on noses, hot spots, cracked paws and flea bites, these can cause your pet discomfort and itchiness. 

Topical and internal application of emu oil can produce quick healing results

Always consult a vet before individual pets use it – information from individual product searches on Google.

Skin Care

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If you have sensitive skin, emu oil is completely hypoallergenic and non-irritating. Additionally, it is non-comedogenic, meaning it won't clog pores. This oil is beneficial for individuals with parched, cracked, or dull-looking skin, helping to restore a smooth and healthy appearance.

There are reports indicating that emu oil can also thicken aged, mature skin, giving it a more youthful appearance. A study found that applying 100 percent emu oil to the skin twice daily resulted in a 14 percent increase in skin thickness.

Emu oil can be used as an ingredient in cosmetic or natural products. When combined with other specific ingredients, it can provide synergistic effects in various products such as eczema creams, hypoallergenic soaps, and anti-aging creams, among others.


Pet Care

Emu oil is a safe product for use on pets as well. 

Pets with dry skin, chapped paws, dry noses, or itchy spots may benefit from regular use of emu oil to keep their skin moisturized.

Emu oil has been demonstrated to quickly restore damaged skin in animals and is safe for consumption in case of ingestion.