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Emu oil is rich in Omega 3, 6 & 9, as well as containing vitamins A, E, D & K2. These essential fatty acids help inhibit the cyclo-oxygenase enzyme, which is responsible for pain and inflammation. Emu oil works naturally in a similar way to non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs.

Emu oil is hypo-allergenic and allergic reactions are rare, because the essential fatty acid profile so closely resembling the profile of our skin. Our bodies cannot produce the essential fatty acids found in Emu oil so supplementation is necessary.

⁣Emu oil is non-polar monounsaturated fatty acid that allows it to move through cells more easily, allowing it to penetrate through all 7 layers of skin, taking all the goodies with it.

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Dayna E.
New Zealand

The packaging of this product really lets its down. The fact it’s an oil means it’s very easy to come out if it’s tipped over. That’s what happened in my case and I lost 3/4. I get that it was my fault but other oils I buy come in pump or dropper form. Also the need to dip in isn’t ideal. I would still buy again but will decant into my own packaging to be more hygienic and less likely to spill. For the couple of days I got to try it, it seemed like a nice product.

Amelia C.
New Zealand New Zealand
Works like miracle

My mum was having trouble to left her arm n shoulder , after she used the balm a few times , she can now lift her arm and shoulder with no pain . will Def come back for more .

Gerald M.
New Zealand New Zealand
emu oil

I have used emu oil for a number of years,and have it to be very good.

Deborah B.
New Zealand New Zealand
Adore this heaven sent Oil!

This has been the best thing for my compromised barrier. Soothing, healing and divinely regenerative! Sinks in and my skin glows, thank you!

John D.
New Zealand New Zealand
Super impressed

Very good product, my licky dog agrees