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Is emu oil vegan?

Emu oil is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is emu oil?

Emu oil is a nutrient-rich oil that is extracted from the fat of emus, a flightless bird native to Australia. This natural ingredient has been used for centuries by indigenous Australians for its medicinal properties. Emu oil is a powerful moisturizer that can penetrate deep into the skin, making it an excellent option for those with dry or damaged skin. It is also rich in omega-3, -6, and -9 fatty acids, making it a popular choice for those seeking to improve their overall skin health. Emu oil has also been used for its anti-inflammatory properties, and it is believed to help reduce pain and inflammation in conditions like arthritis and eczema.

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