Bella Oil

Bella Oil

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Bella oil is 100% emu oil! 

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Research shows that Emu oil has been used for thousands of years as a natural medicine by the natives of Australia. Bella Oil is used to relieve arthritis pain, to heal wounds, burns, sunburn, and to reduce itching and swelling of insect bites.

Scientific studies have revealed that Emu oil has healing properties in many different ways and can be used internally and externally for the benefit of our health and well-being.

Bella Oil has been shown to reduce the depth and length of fine lines and wrinkles in several studies and serves as a moisturizer and a natural skin softener. Bella Oil has shown that it is faster and the oil penetrating into the skin and cutaneous-conveyor other therapeutic ingredients added or skin care.

Bella Oil is smooth for all skin types, non-toxic and natural, non-comedogenic (does not clog pores) and hypoallergenic (no irritation) making it ideal for people with sensitive skin and allergies. Bella Oil is effective in their anti-inflammatory and has been found to give an effect similar to prescription medications. He has been compared with drugs such as ibuprofen, only without the negative side effects often common with traditional prescription or corticosteroid based drugs anti-inflammatory.

Here are some of the many other benefits and healing properties of Bella Oil product for skin care. It helps reduce many diseases.

These compounds give emu oil superior anti-inflammatory qualities, repair cell damage and stimulate the production of collagen, which helps keep skin supple and youthful. Wrinkles are an unavoidable part of aging. This does wonders for preventing wrinkles! Those with thin skin are also more likely to age faster.

Emu Oil is recommended for the relief of arthritis and muscular aches and pains. Previous studies have demonstrated the anti-inflammatory effects of Emu Oil on a variety of ailments and have shown that it may reduce swelling and inflammation and increase joint mobility. 

so if you apply it to the scalp it does actually prevent hair loss to use emu oil for hair. massage it into your scalp a few drops at a time. you can also add it to the hair itself by pouring a few drops on the palm of your hand. rubbing.

Taken orally, emu oil is another source of fatty acids that can contribute to better digestive health. The anti-inflammatory properties of emu oil may also benefit gastrointestinal diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease. Cell studies suggest that emu oil ingestion canbenefit: absorptive function.

Acne: Since emu oil does not clog pores (in fact it dissolves the hardened sebum that clogs pores), it is useful in reducing the incidence of new blemishes if combined with an otherwise sensible approach to skin care.The fatty acids in emu oil, particularly linoleic acid, help to reduce inflammation that is associated with outbreaks. This is especially beneficial for reducing the angry red appearance of acne. The emu oil will soothe the skin and reduce the redness while the acne is clearing, so that it's less visible.

One of the newest uses of this remarkable oil is for stretch marks and scars. Anecdotal evidence points to emu oil possibly helping with the appearance of both of these damaged skin conditions. This natural omega rich oil is used topically for these uses since it easily penetrates through the skin layers.

Emu Oil is recommended for the relief of arthritis and muscular aches and pains. Previous studies have demonstrated the anti-inflammatory effects of Emu Oil on a variety of ailments and have shown that it may reduce swelling and inflammation and increase joint mobility.

Emu Oil Uses and Health Benefits. Widely touted for its purported anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties, emu oil is said to promote the healing of wounds and to treat skin conditions as far-ranging as ​acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, and rashes.

Emu oil uses: 

Emu oil, though, is not a cure-all, and it's important to know the research on its benefits is ongoing.
  • Moisturize your face, body, and skin
  • Lose weight and lower cholesterol
  • Prevent skin aging. 
  • Decrease inflammation. ...
  • Improve wounds, scars, and sun damage
  • Reduce nipple sensitivity. 
  • Repel bugs. 
  • Help hair and nail growth.
  • Improve blemishes or acne 
  • improve stretch marks