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Clearly Emu Ultra Clear Emu Oil

Clearly Emu Ultra Clear Emu Oil

Clearly Emu Ultra Clear Emu Oil is a natural, anti-aging treatment that's a rich source of omega 3, 6 and 9 and provides superior anti-inflammatory and skin nourishing benefits. This odor-free, non-greasy oil can be used to treat aches and pains, problem skin, scars, stretch marks, burns and wounds. Since this is a highly potent form of pure emu oil, it also is an effective solution for shedding or thinning hair, as it promotes thicker, healthy hair growth.

Directions:
Massage a small amount directly onto skin or scalp.

TIA Review by Kate:
Just down the road from my home is a very cool Saturday "farmers market". Two years ago there was a vendor who was enthusiastically extolling an endless list of virtues for emu oil. According to his gospel-like shpeel, because emu oil is molecularly similar to human skin it is a wonderfully effective moisturizer for hair and body, a treatment for burns, a hair growth treatment, and a chemical -free anti-bacterial for the treatment of everything from dandruff to rashes. Being the smarty pants that I am, I knew his promises were too good to be true, and I did everything but roll my eyes and snicker at the crowd of believers who lined up to buy the small bottles of magic potion.

I, Kate, do hereby apologize to Mr. Emu Oil and his band of believers because scientific research suggests he just might have been telling the truth all along. Emu oil contains essential fatty acids: linoleic, oleic, and palmitic. Linolenic (omega-3 EFA) and linoleic (omega-6 EFA) have important nutritional effects on immune cell function, inflammatory responses, all organ systems, smooth muscle activity, the circulatory and cardiovascular systems. Oleic is a known to have anti-inflammatory properties.

What really has captured my attention is that topical applications of Emu oil may result in the growth of thicker hair..... both a thickening of existing hair shafts (which shrink in diameter with age) and a "re awakening" of the dormant (sleeping) hair shafts (which increase as a percentage of total hair shafts with age). So, in a quest for truth (and to satisfy my own curiosity) five months ago I started applying "molecularly distilled" emu oil to my scalp twice weekly, and leaving it in overnight. By the way, the great variation in price and quality in emu oil has largely to do with the "refining" process. Because emu oil penetrates so quickly and easily through your skin into your body, the refining differences are important. “fully refined” emu oil may still contain up to 10% impurities. The more expensive "Molecular distillation" process yields a very clean oil - free of impurities, bacteria, toxins and heavy metals. The variations in color have only to do with what the emu eats and nothing to do with quality. My recommendation: Spend a few extra bucks and buy emu oil which is "certified" and which has been through the "molecular distillation" process.

It is much too early in my experiment to decide how well Emu oil works as a growth/re-growth/thickening agent, but I must say that my hair and scalp are clearly in much better condition. Gray hair does not product the same amount of natural oils, and the emu oil seems to have provided a better balance. The Emu oil also has addressed the minor and sporadic (stress or diet caused) flair ups of itchy scalp I can experience during 1) the holiday season or 2) extreme cold weather "wool hat" season or 3) extreme hot weather "cowboy hat" season.

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Just down the road from my home is a very cool Saturday "farmers market". It is held in a huge old (converted) horse barn and each of the 40 "horse stalls" is home to a rotating group of vendors. You can find anything from freshly baked breads and home grown vegetables to very high-end handmade custom... read more

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  • Dasha

    (5 out of 5)

    I was unlucky to go out in the very cold windy winter day, and my sensitive skin was just totally not ready for this after a month in hot tropical climate. I could not even touch my irritated red face without pain.

    Nevertheless, only this oil alone have cured major cold inflammation with heavy layer of flakes, severe redness and itchiness in only 4 days! I applied it with a rather thick layer, three times a day. No pores got clogged even after thick layer of this oil being on my face all these four days. I still have a very minor redness, but this is nothing compared to the day when I got cold inflammation.

    For those sensitive to unpleasant odors - this special oil has no odor at all.

    I have not tried it yet on hair, fine-lines or scars. But considering true miracle it did to my face I will definitely try it!

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  • Anita

    (5 out of 5)

    I use this on my facial/hairline surgical scars. My intuition and "lore" tells me that oil is fantastic for the skin.
    I believe emu oil is considered one of the most potent oils. I really like the ritual of applying it at night.
    I did feel a little torn though, because when I asked a sales person at Whole Foods if they had any emu oil, he became a little superior, and asked me where did I think the oil came from? They have to kill an emu. That was the reason they didn't carry the product.
    But...... they do sell turkeys and pork at whole foods. I don't think emus are more intelligent than turkeys, definitely not pigs, and I believe they're raised on farms. I wouldn't buy whale oil - but then whales are very intelligent and endangered. So I will continue to use it, and also coconut oil. These are confusing times.

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  • G

    (5 out of 5)

    The Clearly Emu Ultra Clear Emu Oil is turning out to be very versatile not only helpful with preventing hair shedding / thinning, but also helps with styling ones hair, fly-a-ways, added moisture to hair and scalp, but is also great with adding moisture to ones skin. So far this product is proving to be a great addition to my skin care / beauty routine. Highly recommend giving this oil a try, try to have a open mind as to the different areas to use.

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  • Perry

    (5 out of 5)

    I had to suspend disbelief when I bought this. But I apply it daily to my hairline and I have drastically reduced shedding. It is also great for dry and chapped skin

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  • Ebonyeyez

    February 2, 2017

    Ebonyeyez

    I don't believe in the hype of emu oil for hair growth itself, but I do believe the pure versions are beneficial as being no irritating and soothing, thus enabling the scalp to recover. I love the shampoo and conditioner and the use on my gray hair. The oil gives my hair a nice beautiful healthy sheen without looking greasy. I go to the emu association to locate vendor selling pure products.

  • Tracey

    April 27, 2015

    Tracey

    I have been using Emu oil for a couple of years now. My skin glows from regular use on my skin. It has proved excellent for sore joints and muscles, especially after bathing. I first started using it for my hair. My mother asked the other day if I dyed my hair because it was so dark, because the gray has seemed to diminish. Not only that areas of hair that was badly damaged and broken off, had grown back and my hair has been growing like itdid when I was younger. It is soft, thick and healthy now. I swear by it.
    I bye the certified oil from Amazon.

  • ian collie

    March 21, 2015

    ian collie

    I swear by emu. I use it post chemical peel, as a moisturizing agent, I add it to my lotion, and use it as a carrier oil to mix with minoxidil. It works to thicken strengthen and smooth. I have prefrontal early baldness. I hear a few times a week how great my hair is now and how glowing my skin is (I HAD cistic acne). I exercise 5 days a week, eat clean and raw when possible. Its definitely not "snake oil." Im a 1 year loyal emu addict/fan!

  • Cheryl

    April 7, 2011

    Cheryl

    I am curious how the results turned out too! Im in my early 40's & am trying to put off getting a perm but my hair is so thin & dull but long & want a more healthy head of hair that i can style so I dont hv to perm it.

  • Lori

    January 9, 2011

    Lori

    Kate
    After noticing the dreaded receding temples in the mirror, I'm wondering if you have reported back on your results?

  • Tammy

    September 14, 2009

    Tammy

    I am a hairdresser and am experiencing thinning hair. I bought emu oil and am doing a hair shaft experiment myself. I do not know where to get the "good stuff" but im using aea certified. Can you give a list of some brands to buy?

  • Stan

    August 25, 2009

    Stan

    Kate, So how did it go with the Emu oil?

  • JulieK

    February 22, 2009

    JulieK

    Cool! I'll be giving this a try. Thanks, Kate. ~jk

  • Kate

    February 20, 2009

    Kate

    Hi Julie K,

    I too noticed that the Emu Oil I put on as a moisturizer for my arms/elbows coincidentally reduced some tennis elbow aches, but I can't locate any good scientific studies on Emu Oil for pain relief.

    Re Hair color: I don't know if extensive use of very blond highlights and reddish tinted low lights counts as coloring my hair, but I have them both and not only did the applications of Emu Oil not fade or change the color over the last 5 months, my stylist commented last month when he added the new highlights/lowlights that my hair and scalp have never looked better. And I am very liberal with the oil... I put it on my scalp before bedtime, brush it throughout my hair, and wash it out the next day, so my hair is really getting a big dose.
    For what is worth, I mentioned my Emu Oil experiment to my stylist before he added the most recent highlights and he did'nt have any concerns. That being said, I don't know if there are differences in applications, colors and chemical strengths in coloring, so the wise thing to do is to mention it to your stylist before you do anything. And again, be sure to use the "good" stuff... the lesser quality oil can contain up to 10% "mystery" ingredients.

    If anyone out there has had a negative result with Emu Oil and hair color, please post.

  • JulieK

    February 20, 2009

    JulieK

    I have certified distilled refined (blah blah) (i.e. "the good stuff) emu here that I bought last year when my back was injured and wouldn't respond to anything else. It does to emu oil... Just saying.

    Now about hair. Kate: I take it you don't color your hair. If you do, I'm reading you all wrong. My question: Do you think emu oil would cause fade out to color treated hair? ~jk

  • Kate

    February 18, 2009

    Kate

    I know very little about the other topicals you suggested, but if it were me, I would start with the Emu Oil. Your friend should be able to determine if it has potential within 60 days, Emu Oil can't hurt, it is not very expensive, you could apply it "for life", it is natural and chemical free, and there is at least some scientific evidence that it works for male pattern balding. If "new hair shafts" awaken and sprout, it may be thinner/finer in diameter as compared to the diameter of the remaining hairshaft which he is now shaving off. Double check with a doctor or pharmacist if you decide to "mix" topicals/chemicals, although nothing I have seen leads me to believe there would be an adverse reaction if you combined Emu Oil with one of the other topicals.

    And let us know how it works if your friend tries it.

  • Michelle

    February 18, 2009

    Michelle

    Thank you very much for the information! ^_^

  • Jeff

    February 18, 2009

    Jeff

    Proscar is a 5-alpha reductase inhibitor, it is not a diuretic. Spironolactone is a K sparing diuretic with anti-androgenic properties. Rogaine's mode of action has nothing to do with DHT inhibition. Very irresponsible to post erroneous information.

  • admin

    February 17, 2009

    admin

    Rogaine often has good results for male balding. But it works in a different way (by dealing with the male hormone responsible for most male hairloss) from folligen which strengthens follicles. He could also ask his doctor for Proscar - this is a dioretic believe or not, which has a side effect of helping hair grow back.

  • Michelle

    February 17, 2009

    Michelle

    Hi,

    I have a friend who buzzed off his hair because of a receding hair line on both sides of the top of his head. I was wondering if the Folligen Nutrient scalp cream would help promote hair growth for him, or does it only promote tiny hair follicles to pop up. Should be consider Rogaine? If not, would the emu oil be better, or could anyone suggest a better remedy for his situation? Thank you!

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