For centuries, the indigenous people of Australia have used emu
oil for a variety of skin and muscle conditions. Traditionally,
aboriginal people would massage emu oil into the skin to promote
healing of sun dried skin, bruises and burns.
testing of Kalaya Creations Pure Emu Oil reveals . . .
History & Information About Emu Oil
For centuries, the
indigenous people of Australia have used emu oil for a variety
of skin and muscle conditions. Traditionally, aboriginal people
would massage emu oil into the skin to promote healing of sun
dried skin, bruises and burns.
Modern day testing of Kalaya
Creations Pure Emu Oil reveals a unique fatty acid composition,
including Omega 3 & 6 essential fatty acids (EFA’s), that can be
readily absorbed through the natural skin barrier. Topical
application of emu oil will moisturize skin while providing the
body with elements known to produce an anti-inflammatory action
to assist in the healing of skin and muscle
Kalaya Creations Emu Oil is produced under
stringently controlled conditions to guarantee the highest
quality product possible, and composition is assayed through
quantitative testing to meet our strict Quality Assurance
criteria. Special processing methods ensure that the natural
healing ability is retained while producing a safe and stable
product. Testing has shown Kalaya Emu Oil to have up to four
times the industry standard of Omega 3 EFA’s.
Kalaya Emu Oil
has excellent emollient properties which combined with its
nutritional and penetration properties make it a logical base to
enhance the properties of the new Kalaya Creations Moisturizing
and Therapeutic Creams.
Primary component of sebum, the skin’s principle source
of lubrication and protection
Linoleic Acid (Omega 6
Contributes to normal cell function
Precursor to prostaglandin(PGE1),
substance that regulates many cellular functions eg. immune
system, cell replication, healing, and reduces actions of PGE2
(reduces inflammatory processes)
Alpha-Linolenic Acid (Omega
Contributor to production of cell membrane
cellular metabolism regulator
Precursor of PGE3 (protects
against inflammatory effects of PGE2)
Emu Oil closely resembles the
properties of natural skin lubricants and is therefore readily
excepted across the skin’s natural barrier.