Thursday, August 25, 2011

The Many Uses of V&M Naturals Emu Oil

Is oil bad for skin? Truth is, it depends. Our skin produces its natural oils that actually protect our skin from dryness and the harsh environment. But when the skin overproduces oil and dirt gets to mix with it, than when the skin pores clog and get irritated. So if that’s the case, why do we need to put more oil on our skin? It’s actually okay as long as you know the right oils to use. Take for instance V&M emu oil.It is an organic oil extracted from richly-fed emu birds from Australia. It is the fastest-absorbing oil on human skin and it has a lot of skin-and-tissue healing properties. It also contains vitamins A and E, oleic acid and other ingredients which are beneficial for the skin. And did you know that it is a secret ingredient used in some ointments and other beauty products? Really, what can’t this oil do?



Me holding V&M Fully Refined & Organic Emu Oil 30ml (Excuse my sallow face lol I was on webcam)

I bought a bottle of emu oil because it was said to be a great complement to Pureglow Black African Soap. It helps soothe, calm, and moisturize my skin after using the soap. But since I want to maximize its use, I applied it on my hair for the first time this morning.  Result? It gave my hair luster without the greasy feel. See the difference? My hair was more tamed and in place on the after pic. It didn’t do much on the detangling part yet but hey, not bad for starters. Just a note: 1-2 pumps of emu oil is enough to cover hair as long as mine. Adjust depending on hair length.

           My Hair Pics

        BEFORE                          AFTER


Aside from my hair, I use Emu Oil for my skin: I gently rub a drop of it on my underarms before putting on deo every morning, or at night together with V&M CPC+G “It” Treatment/Cleo Rub. I also use it as a facial and neck moisturizer and it’s not greasy at all! In fact, I think it even keeps oiliness at bay. It also helps remove skin blemishes. Furthermore, I use it on my inner thighs, buttocks, and feet! It helps lighten those parts and it heals dry, cracked heels.  So if you’ll notice that I’ve got nicer feet nowadays, it’s because of emu oil!



No more dry, cracked heels!

You can use emu oil on just about any external part of your body. It’s that versatile. The scent may kinda turn you off at first but you’ll get used to it eventually. If you’re an economical user, a 30 ml bottle may last for 1-2 months.

Emu oil is good for any skin type. You can even use it on problem-prone skin since it has anti-bacterial properties. I also heard that it’s also good for treating skin irritations and minimizing wrinkles and fine lines. There are no approved therapeutic claims yet but the claims are based from personal experiences, as mentioned on the V&M Multiply site.

If you want to order V&M products, you can go to the Venus and Mars Botanicals FB Page or through their Multiply account. Ms. Jamie and Ms. Justine are very nice sellers and they will be able to assist you on your purchase.


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