Emu oil was first used by the Aborigines of Australia and has been used for thousands of years. In fact, cave drawings show first uses of emu oil to over 4000 years ago. This stuff is a real wonder.
Over 70% of the fatty acids in the oil are unsaturated omega 3, 6, and 9. Since good fatty acids should be in our diets it’s not a surprise that emu oil has many benefits. Some of those benefits can range from all types of skin applications such as eczema, cuts, burns, dry skin, sunburn, and irritation. The emu oil works in order to mimic the top layer of your skin since it is 100% triglyceride lipid, almost similar to that found in our skin. The reason emu oil for skin is important is because emu oil has a powerful transdermal agent that can penetrate deep into the skin.
This healing ointment is made from Emu Oil, Shea Butter, Avocado Oil, Argan Oil, Beeswax, Propolis, and a blend of Tea Tree, Helichrysum, Rosemary, Clove, and Bergamot essential oils.