Is there such a thing as ageing gracefully?

(Looking at Cate Blanchett you would definitely say “YES”, here is the tip: she uses EMU OIL)

Many cosmetic companies will tell you there is with their anti-ageing, age defying, uplifting and wrinkle free creams.

Have a good look at the ingredients lists and see how many you recognise, probably not too many.

Your skin is your body’s largest organ, and much of what you lather, splash and rub into it is absorbed into your bloodstream, so it’s vital to use safe, non-toxic products.

Emu Tracks Moisturiser is a truly natural moisturiser containing one of nature’s most absorbent ingredients, Emu Oil.  Clinical studies have shown that Emu Oil can increase skin thickness by 8% in 6 weeks.

Emu Oil is rich in essential fatty acids Omega 3, 6,7 & 9 and Vitamin A, D, E, f & K2 which can deeply hydrate and reduce redness while nourishing and healing, moisturising and improving skin elasticity.  Emu Oil also helps reduce transepiderrmal water loss and increases the smoothness of skin.

Emu Oil works for every skin type from dry to oily to sensitive skin.  Emu Oil Moisturiser is a light weight cream which absorbs within seconds so does not leave you with a heavy glossy film all day.

We all know that what we put on our faces can change the way our skin ages. Just as important, though, is what you don’t put on your face. Ingredients in many commercial skincare products can be counterproductive and accelerate your skin’s ageing. Parabens are probably the best example of this. This commonly used preservative has been shown to interact with UV light and cause DNA damage in our skin cells. This can lead to an increase in the signs of ageing – fine lines, wrinkles and pigmentation.

A natural, chemical-free, skincare regime can be achieved with the help of ingredients that will nourish your skin, keep it healthy and vibrant, while helping to slow down the ageing process.
Tip: Choose natural and organic skincare that is free from synthetic ingredients, including parabens, sodium laurel sulphate, nanoparticles, PEGs, artificial fragrance and petrochemicals.
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