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Emu Oil

Animal Oil with Properties of Vegetable Oil

Emu is Australia's national bird and the second tallest bird in the world after the ostrich. The oil is extracted from subcutaneous fat, and has been used by Australia's Aborigines as a panacea for thousands of years. In recent years, it has attracted attention mainly in American magazines as it has been used by Hollywood actresses and other celebrities as a preventive measure against wrinkles. The fatty acid composition of emu oil is
imilar to that of vegetable oil, and it is characterized by its high moisturizing properties and non-sticky properties. Tokyo University of Agriculture
khotsk Campus in Abashiri, Hokkaido has been introducing this species, and it is a local resource that is bred in Abashiri City. The meat is high in
rotein and high quality, and the eggs, eggshells, feathers, and skin are also used for various purposes. This product is made by refining lipids that
ere previously difficult to use, making them usable for food and cosmetics.

Display Name Example for Food ◎ Emu Oil
Display Name Example for Cosmetics ◎ Emu Oil
Origin Raw material Emu
Origin Raw material's Place of Origin Hokkaido
Manufacturing Place Japan
Standardized Ingredients
Functional Claims
Recommended Dosage
Expected Function ◎ Moisturizing skin ◎ Preventing wrinkle ◎ Aging care with strengthening the inner skin ◎ Burns, inflammation of the skin and sunburn
Uses ◎ Ingredient for cosmetics ◎ Health food product with the unique fatty acid composition
Properties Clear to light yellow liquid with vaseline like texture depending on the temperature with original scent
Storage Condition Keep in cool dary place
  • Made in Hokkaido
  • Made in Japan
  • Upcycling

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