Longview Farms Pure Refined Emu Oil 4 fl oz
- Ultra pure
- Farm raised
- High quality
- Liquid Emu Oil
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This has really helped clear it up. Much safer than steroid cremes. All natural and it works.
Ingredients: Emu Oil (that's it).
Snap-open push cap on a plastic bottle or twist it off for a wider opening. Easy to throw in your suitcase or purse. It noticeably softens skin quickly. I believe it makes your face feel like satin and nicely glow.
Great product--worth every penny!
Update Dec 26, 2011: Right now, I am healing from a horrible case of eczema. My skin still feels like it is burnt in spots. In addition to the cream from the Dermotologist, I use the emu oil in between. It is one of the few products I have found that moistens the tender parts of my skin without making them feel like they are on fire.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It soaks into skin well. But when I put it on my hair I did not like the turkey grease oder. I will continue to combine it with other cosmetic oils and add a pleasant scent. Read morePublished on October 22, 2012 by Annie
I suffered third degree burns on my leg from some hot water I was boiling. The pain was undiscribable. My leg looked like hamburger. Read morePublished on July 6, 2012 by deb
I have been using emu oil for over a year, and decided to try a new brand to compare the difference in quality/texture. Read morePublished on January 21, 2012 by cdear
Hi all, I just finished a one-month trial of emu oil on my 4 year old daughter's eczema (her arm which gets it the worst). I ordered it online, from Longview Farms. Read morePublished on August 14, 2011 by Katherine Born
I adore this product. I have suffered from eczema all my life and it is one lifelong maintenance project. Read morePublished on January 10, 2010 by Northwest Gidget
Longview Farms - Advance Pure Refined Emu Oil, 4 fl oz liquid I use this, with other products, in the handmade herbal skin cream and nurturing skin oil I make. Read morePublished on July 13, 2009 by Tilli the painter/printmaker