|We all suffer from skin wounds at some
time, whether it be a small graze or a
more serious wound its good to treat the
wound properly to help the body in its
natural healing process. Emu Oil can
help the healing of a wound, as well as
help prevent scars and damaged tissue in
Emu Oil is a natural healer for the
skin, it is 100% natural and that has been
used in Aboriginal medicine for
centuries. Emu oil has now become famous
around the world for its powerful
soothing properties to the skin, and can
assist to heal small to large wounds on
Emu Oil for Wounds and How it Can Help...?
Emu oil helps the skin with its natural
healing process. It helps to rebuild
damaged skin cells, form new collagen
cells, and increase the strength of skin
tissue in the area of the wound.
The Proliferate Stage of a wound comes
after the initial Inflammatory stage
(the inflammatory stage is the first 2 -
After the inflammatory stage, the
proliferate stage lasts about 3 weeks
(or longer, depending on the severity of the wound). Granulation occurs, which
means that special cells called
fibroblasts make collagen to fill in the
wound. New blood vessels form. The wound
gradually contracts and is covered by a
layer of skin.
When Should you apply Emu Oil to a Wound?
It should be noted that it is thought
emu oil may have anti-inflammatory
effects and so should not be placed on
wounds immediately, but placed on the
wound during the proliferate stage.
This will help the body to rebuild the
damaged skin tissue, and prevent scaring.