This Emu Dundee soap contains 100% Emu oil. Emu oil is known for its moisturizing and nourishing properties for your skin. Very soft, this soap is suitable for sensitive skin as well as baby’s skin.
No chemical foaming agent
This soap contains no foaming chemical and is fully biodegradable. Made from vegetable oils, it is mainly composed of water, coconut oil, sunflower oil, Emu oil, cocoa butter, goat’s milk and wax bee.
Emu oil 100% pure
Emu oil 100% pure from Emu Dundee is transformed in specialized laboratories. It contains naturally Omega 3, 6 and 9. Emu oil is known for its moisturizing and soothing virtues for sensitive skin.
This product is particularly appreciated by people who suffer from facial rosacea or skin sensitivity. This emu oil based soap is therefore indicated to help reduce redness of the face when you have dry skin and dehydrated. Without chemicals, this soap will not irritate your skin. By having a better hydration of your face, you will also reduce the tingling sensations that accompany dry and flaky skin.
Rosacea of the face
Because of its moisturizing qualities, if you suffer from rosacea or facial rosacea, a soap like this one can help you. Avoid irritating and overly fragrant chemicals. A quality soap such as Emu Dundee Emu Oil Soap alleviates and relieves the itching associated with facial redness when the skin is too dry.
Several clients have reported that they also use this soap as a make-up remover. It will not irritate your skin and leave your skin silky and without residue. Be careful that the soap does not come in contact with the eyeball.
Emu oil soap available at the Dry Eyes Store
This product is offered here for the simple reason that a significant proportion of our clientele is dealing with diseases and syndromes that cause eye, facial and / or general dryness. People with Sjögrens syndrome often have drier, more sensitive skin and eyes. Others with ocular rosacea will also have facial rosacea and therefore a sensitive facial skin. Chronic blepharitis or tearing is irritating to the eyelids and a mild, unscented soap is needed to keep the situation from getting worse.