Emu oil

By: Mscee Skincare  09-12-2011
Keywords: Foot Care, Emu Oil

What is Emu Oil?

Emu oil is a key ingredient of MSCEE skin and foot care products due to its many benefits. Since ancient times man has looked to nature for remedies to relieve ailments. Many years ago the Australian Aborigines discovered a powerful remedy with a broad range of applications. It was natural Emu Oil.

The original history of the Australian Aborigine indicates their use of Emu Oil for over forty thousand years. They used Emu Oil to gain relief from minor aches and pains, to help heal wounds quicker, and protect their skin from the harsh elements of wind and sun.

Some of Emu Oil's many uses include:
Eczema - Emu oil and creams made of Emu oil reduce irritation and inflammation of the skin

Keloids - significantly reduces recent keloid scarringBurns - appears to promote faster healing with less pain and scarringJoint pain - reduced pain, swelling, and stiffness most evident where the joint is close to the skin surface, such as hands, feet, knees, and elbows.Bruising and muscle pain - significant benefit to recent bruising and muscle pain where injury is relatively superficial. Look at the results Emu oil has when used as a treatment for skin abrasions for three weeks:
Note its effectiveness when used for three weeks for eczema: Look at the progress when used as a burn treatment for three weeks:
This document is for informational purposes only. Medical advice and treatment should be obtained from your family physician. 

Keywords: Emu Oil, Foot Care

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