Ostrich Oil

About Ostrich Oil

The use of Ostrich Oil for cosmetic beauty and healing properties is not a modern discovery. Historical documentation reports widespread use of Ostrich Oil by ancient Egyptian, Roman and African cultures well over 3, 00 years ago. It is said that Cleopatra and Nephrites, the Queen of Sheba, used Ostrich Oil to main their beauty. Refined oil from the Ostrich has been used for thousands of years to heal burns and reduce scarring, heal lesions and reduce skin irritations such as eczema, dermatitis, bed sores, dry skin, and psoriasis to name a few. 

With the capabilities of current technology scientists have committed significant research studies to substantiate the degree of the effectiveness of Ostrich Oils for the use of cosmetic and healing purposes – especially compared to alternative products in the world today. They found that the oil is very high in essential fatty acids; Omega 3, 6 and 9. The oil from a similar bird, the Emu, has also been long touted as beneficial to the skin, but Ostrich Oil is found to have an even higher content of these essential Omega fatty acids. These fatty acids are vital for cell growth, division and recovery. 

Ostrich Oil is an ideal ingredient to help maintain a soft and healthy skin as it contains these three essential fatty acids necessary for rejuvenating and repairing skin cell damaged through everyday stress, exposure to weather, injury and aging. It also contains certain vitamins and amino acids to help maintain the health of your skin membranes. It is completely non-comedogenic, in other words it won’t clog your pores. Because the molecules are almost identical to human skin and are even smaller than the molecules in our skin, the oil is quickly absorbed and does not sit on top of the skin. 

Unlike petroleum-based products Ostrich Oil penetrates deeply into the skin, providing luxurious moisture for hours without clogging pores and will not leave the skin feeling sticky or tacky to the touch. Ostrich Oil can be found in hand and body lotions, bath soaps, face creams, foot creams, and also as an Ostrich Oil rub. Ostrich oil can also be used as a moisturizer beneath your favorite makeup during the day and applied as a night-time skin care product just before bedtime.  

Ostrich Oil has been found to be both anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal, because of the anti-inflammatory component is can be used for such conditions as rosacea, eczema, psoriasis and even gouty arthritic joints. It is also great for use on burns, bedsores, insect bites, skin rashes and dry skin. 

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It’s time to reclaim your health, your youth and your life. We at Reverse Aging Clinic will work closely with you to help achieve your goals for your inner well being as well as your outer.