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Have any of you tried this? Professionally? Personally? What did you think of the results.

As an aesthetician, I use this instead of massage oils when doing treatments, especially when I've done extractions because it's antibacterial. So far I've had not problems.
 

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I use Emu oil all the time. I love how it makes my skin feel, especially after microderambrasion when I don't want to put anything that has crap in it!
 

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emu oil, what is from again? i keep thinking of camels when i look at the name. i have a bottle of pure emu oil in my room that ive never used cuz it smells icky :/
 

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It's from the Emu, a bird that looks more like an ostrich, and a very cost effective, effective and versatile product. I've was recently surprised at the number of professinals that new nothing about this, that's why I posted the Topic.
 

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My sister was having many problems with her skin and she got a facial where they used emu oil and also recommended it for her brown spots and discolorations.

Her skin has changed for the better and she swears by emu oil.
 

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Hi Trisha:

No they arent hurt at all. The process is very humane and doesnt impact upon the bird at all. You can rest assured that the Emu is not hurt in anyway.

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Ben Doman
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I looked this up on google and found that the Emu's ARE killed to create the oil. Just type in EMU OIL KILLED in google and you will see for yourself.
 

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The Emu's are farmed and when they are processed for their meats etc the oil is gathered. They arent harmed for the oil it is a process where everything is used during the process period.
 

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The Emu's are farmed and when they are processed for their meats etc the oil is gathered. They arent harmed for the oil it is a process where everything is used during the process period.
Thanks for clearing that up. (I didn't want to go there) We have to be very careful about the content, validity, and truthfullness of our posts.
 

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oooh I found a cute pic. It is in my avatar now!
He he....I was just gonna say....they look like your avatar - then I read your post.

I've heard great things on emu oil and it's effects on ones skin conditions. Myself, did not see any help from it - but I was impatient. Years ago, I was trying to rid from past acne scars...but was too impatient. Plus being an oily gal, I didn't like adding to my skin.
 
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