As Seen on Oprah...Emu Oil

I was first introduced to Emu Oil a few years ago. My eighteen month old daughter had fallen on a glass and got a severe wound on her chin. I was desperate. I searched everywhere for something that would help reduce the scarring. After hours of searching the internet, and a few conversations with the owner of a local natural foods store who swore by it for scarring as well its anti-aging properties, I decided to give Emu Oil a try.

Within a few weeks her scar started to lighten and soften. I was so impressed that I decided to try it as a facial moisturizer. I have naturally dry skin and it soaked into my skin instantly. It wasn't greasy and smoothed my itchy skin instantly. I was hooked. I have been using it for two years now. My skin is softer, smoother and my crows’ feet and laugh lines are less noticeable. I have been using it religiously ever since I saw how well it worked for my daugher.
Needless to say, I was thrilled when I learned about this line of Anti Aging Skin Care Products made with Emu oil and wanted to share them with you.

The product line includes facial moisturizers, pain relief rubs, an exfoliant, a cleanser and more...

Click here to learn more about the benefits of Emu Oil and the Dremu Oil product line. I will not use anything else, and am certain you will feel the same way if you give it a try.

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I had a college friend who had an annoying little habit. Whenever it was time to pay the rent, buy groceries, or split the utility bills she would say something like, "well, there goes seven hours worth of tips" (she was a waitress).

When we went shopping and she was debating on whether or not to purchase a pair of designer jeans or ones from a discount store like Wal-Mart she would ask us, "do you think they are worth five hours of housekeeping"? (She cleaned hotel rooms too). It was annoying because she was constantly calculating every purchase with the amount of work she had to do to earn it. Sometimes she cracked us up too. After final exams she swigged back a few beers and exclaimed, "those were soooo worth the five toilets I had to scrub to earn them".

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