emu oil by mary tylor naturals llc

The skin is the largest organ of the body, making up about two square meters and 3.6 kilograms of an adult’s body. Ironically, it is also one of the most sensitive organs a person has, so much so that utmost care is needed to maintain it. That’s probably the reason why most people, women, most especially, resort to various regimented rituals to keep their skin soft, smooth, and supple.


Nevertheless, aging is a natural process that everyone goes through, and the skin suffers the most from it. They say there are at least seven signs of aging – fine lines, wrinkles, dryness, dullness, age spots, large pores, and uneven skin tone – that manifest on the skin.


Fortunately, there are skincare products in the market today that may be used to combat, or at least slow down, the signs of aging. Now the question is what should one look for when it comes to anti-aging skincare products?


The Deal with Anti-Aging Skincare Products


Everyone wants to be at her best. Everyone wants to look as beautiful and healthy outside as she is inside. Nevertheless, there are just so many anti-aging skincare products out there on the market, so that choosing becomes a daunting exercise for consumers. To know what kinds of anti-aging skincare products to pick out of the vast array of options, one needs to know what those effective anti-aging products for skin care are and what the results they are expected to deliver are.


One product that has become recently popular is emu oil. If it sounds familiar, it’s probably because ‘emu’ is derived from the large flightless bird that’s native to Australia. Apparently, the fat of this bird makes for an awesome topical treatment for various skin conditions like acne, burns, dandruff, scarring, athlete’s foot, and yes, aging.


What to Look for in Anti-aging Skin Care Products


First, these products must help clean and purify the skin to help improve freshness, giving a radiant glow. They need to look for products that can help stimulate new cell growth and, of course, reinforce elasticity.


It’s a good thing that among the many emu oil benefits, this topical product has been proven a trans-dermal carrier. This means it can penetrate deep into the skin to work from the inside. It seeps through all layers of epidermis, nourishing and rejuvenating the skin from its deep recesses.


Second, an anti-aging product must nourish the skin with components that promote good-looking skin like anti-oxidants, vitamins, and other nutrients. Emu oil happens to contain a healthy dose of EFAs or Essential Omega Fatty Acids (3, 6, and 9). Particularly, Omega-6 is known to promote healthy skin and helps with inflammation.


 You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars to make your skin look younger. Emu oil is inexpensive and a slathering of it is enough to keep the annoying signs of skin aging at bay.


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