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Use of Emu Oil in Cosmetics and Body Care Products
Combining emu oil and cosmetics is a unique way to use this healthy skin oil. Emu oil is naturally hypo-allergenic, non-comedogenic and can even help improve skin tone, moisture levels and skin texture. You’ll find that emu oil absorb easily into the skin and it can help promote skin healing and reduce inflammation.
I think that one of the best ways to get maximum benefits from emu oil is by applying it to your face after washing it. The oil can help moisturize your skin by sealing in water and it can also reduce dry skin and redness. I find that a small amount of oil goes a long way, so only apply a small amount to your slightly moist skin and allow it to absorb.
Applying too much oil will cause the excess oil to sit on your skin making it very shiny and oily. If you experience this, you can use some of those oil-absorbing blotter sheets to soak up any excess oil and then continue with your normal make-up routine after applying the oil.
Now You can Get Emu Oil Products and Toiletries
Due to the growing popularity of natural skin care products, you can now get emu oil in a variety of different body care items, such as:
- lip balms
- body lotions
- exfoliating gels
Here’s some emu oil soap I bought at my local health food store.
If you do purchase any emu oil in cosmetic or body care products, you should look at the ingredient label to determine how much emu oil is in the product.
Manufacturers may list the types of ingredients on their products, but they’re not required to list the actual amount of ingredients. The only way to tell how much emu oil is in your product is to see where it’s listed on the ingredient label; the closer to the beginning of the list, the more of the actual ingredient is in the product. So if you see emu oil listed near the end of the ingredient list, this would tell you that there is probably not that much emu oil in the product.
You may find other ingredients mixed into emu oil cosmetics, such as:
- Essential oils
- Soy oils
- Cocoa Butter
- Foaming agents
- Antibacterial solutions
Sometimes it’s necessary for other ingredients to be added so the product can be used properly. Emu oil shampoo is useless if it can’t lather. Lathering agents need to be added for shampoo to be effective. This applies to other emu oil products.
You should have no problem using make-up and other cosmetics with emu oil. This oil is rapidly absorbed into your skin and is non-comedogenic and hypo-allergenic. Many people find that the emu oil makes a nice ‘base’ moisturizer before applying your make-up.