Chemical-free hope for tackling scars & arthritis
Both ailments – unsightly scars and the pain of arthritis – have tons of medications available without a prescription. There are even more if you go see your doctor. So how do you heal scars?
But if you’re interested in eating organic food, taking care of yourself, and are generally into keeping yourself healthy, you might have noticed that almost all those options are loaded with chemicals. Even worse, those chemicals can cause undesirable side effects of their own.
We’ve all got some scars or dark spots. Maybe it was falling off your bike when you were a kid. If you got a scar from surgery though, those can be bad enough to keep you from wearing a swimming suit with confidence. Nobody wants to lose precious beach time!
We’ve been telling our friends and family about this (and passing out bottles of it too) – 100% Pure Emu Oil.
And it’s not really a new thing either.
Emu Oil has been gaining more mainstream awareness as a natural healing solution for scar, arthritis, and psoriasis sufferers.
If those benefits weren’t enough, Emu Oil has been known to help with hair loss, eczema, rosacea, acne, burns, skin irritation and redness, stretch marks and any other topical wound healing.
Chocked full with omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids as well as linoleum and oleic acids, it’s a natural anti-inflammatory. Unique properties due to molecular size, Emu Oil can penetrate multiple layers of skin (dermis) to get deeper to heal underlying skin damage and relieve joint and arthritis pain.
It’s an odorless topical oil that brings with it nearly no side effects. Even still, you should test it out on a small area of your skin to be sure that you don’t have any unlikely reactions.
Add a drop or two of Emu Oil to the desired spot you want to improve and massage in gently. It will absorb quickly and should show results within a few short weeks if used daily.
To keep any pure and natural oil in premium condition, make sure your Emu Oil is stored in a dark amber glass bottle and out of direct sunlight or extreme temperature swings.