Koru Naturals is a New Zealand based company that offers natural cosmetic products worldwide, using . Emu Oil is one of their products, and is said to moisturize and soothe skin and moisturize hair. I used it primarily to help with Caeleigh’s eczema. Emu Oil is non-greasy, and a little goes a LONG way, so you can apply over and over again and it still lasts quite a long time. You can also apply it to hair to help heal and moisturize.
I also used the Emu Oil on a small patch of chronic dry skin I’ve been having problems with on my hand. It was perfect, because it did absorb quickly and completely, so I could type or write or be on my tablet without worrying about getting oil everywhere (important when you’re a blogger, or college student, or homeschooler… or all 3!). And it did help my itching, which can get pretty severe. It should be noted, though, that the emu oil is only recommended to be used on non-broken skin.
The Emu Oil will run you $9.85 for a 2 ounce bottle, $18.20 for a 4 ounce bottle, or $32.40 for an 8 ounce bottle. (You can also buy from Koru Naturals if you’re outside of the US, check the site for prices in your denomination.) The Manuka Oil and Honey Shampoo runs for $5.75 for an 8 ounce bottle, and the Conditioner is also $5.75 for an 8 ounce bottle. The set together is $14.95.
We look forward to getting more supplies from Koru Naturals. The Crew has reviewed a lot of their products, including lip balm, restoring balm, and lanolin cream, so make sure you click the banner below to check them all out!