Supplier's Corner

Longview Farms’ Emu Oil

September 27, 2013

Looking to move the emu oil industry further into the global market, Longview Farms aims to be a premiere supplier of bulk emu oil to contract manufacturers and private labelers, contends the company. Custom formulations can reach a whole new demographic with the inclusion of emu oil, it added.

Topical use is just one of the many ways one can benefit from emu oil since it is a natural “trans-dermal carrier,” according to the company. This ingredient is said to brighten the complexion and moisturize the skin; plump up fine lines; carry antioxidants into the skin; relieve itching and sunburn pain; revive tired muscles; soften calloused feet; and more. 

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