100% Pure Emu Oil.
Pure Emu Oil
Emu Oil is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory that can effectively relieve joint pain associated with arthritis.
Aids in the relief of chronic skin conditions, itching and irritations.
A highly versatile remedial oil that can rapidly assist in the treatment of minor burns, rashes, insect bites, cradle cap, nappy rash, scarring, redness and dryness.
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Apply to affected area 2 – 3 times daily.
One drop is enough to cover the entire back of the hand.
If the skin remains greasy after application you have applied too much product.
Can safely be applied to broken skin
Does Emu Oil go off?
Emu oil has very good preservation properties and if maintained away from excessive light and heat will extend its effectiveness well beyond the suggested ‘Best Before’ date. All oils will oxidise over a period of time, with some oxidising quicker than others.
How should products be stored?
Emu oil products remain in suitable condition in a normal household environment. For optimum storage, Emu oil can be stored in the fridge, but not a requirement.
Does Emu Oil thicken?
Yes, this is a natural occurrence that Emu oil will thicken up in cold weather and will even turn solid. Gently warm the container to return it to its normal state.
How much product should be used?
Emu Oil is extremely economical due to its spreadable nature and remains effective at low use levels. For this reason, unlike other products, less quantity is required.
Does Emu Oil leave the skin feeling greasy?
Emu oil has superior penetrating properties that allows the oil to penetrate the stratum corneum barrier (outer layer of skin) therefore providing moisture for repairing and hydrating the skin without leaving the surface greasy. Should it be suggested that the skin remains ‘greasy’, the likelihood is that too much has been used. Emu oil is non-comedogenic meaning it will not clog the pores so the skin is able to breathe.
Why are there white grainy particles in my Pure Emu Oil?
Emu oil is comprised of essential fatty acids. When standing for a period of time the more saturated of these fatty acids within the make-up of Emu Oil tend to flock together and settle towards the bottom forming a thicker and what sometimes appears a more granular appearance. This is extremely normal especially when the temperature of the oil reduces and in colder months.
When the oil is warmed, the thicker part ‘melts’ and again mixes readily with the more liquid part. This reintegration or reheating does not affect the efficacy or function of the oil.
The heat of the human body will also melt away the grainier or thicker component.
It is completely normal that when the temperature becomes cooler, Emu Oil starts to thicken up. In the colder months, it will go completely solid.
If you prefer completely free flowing oil, simply stand the bottle in warm water for a short time and the oil will completely integrate the ‘grainier’ parts to be a clear liquid.
Alternatively, pour a small amount into the palm of the hand and rub until the thicker component melts. This only takes a moment.
Some people use a cotton bud direct from the bottle if the oil has thickened during cold weather and is not completely free flowing.
50ml = 100g
100ml = 160g
250ml = 270g
1 L = 1.08kg
10ml = 70g