When your skin is ready for relief, Noble Formula

They’re Everywhere!

There’s one on every desk, sitting on the table, covering the shelves, and hiding in the kitchen!  What is this?  Why, it’s Emu-Lac!

Part of our Noble Mystique product line, Emu-Lac™ is a moisture replenisher for dry skin that contains emu oil and alpha hydroxy acids (10% ammonium lactate). Alpha Hydroxys actually pull moisture into your skin cells!   It doesn’t take long to become a fan of Emu-Lac, either at the office or at home (just like we have). Use it on your face, body, hands, and even feet!  An added benefit – it smells great, too!

Speaking of dry skin, the sun keeps trying to come out and play here in Chehalis, Washington.  The last couple of weeks the mornings have been cloudy and cool, but before long the sun is shining and reminding us why coats are not needed during the summer.  And when the sun starts showing up, so does the SUN BURN!  Ouch!  But Emu-Lac is a hydrating cream (replenishes moisture), and that means it is amazing on sun burns.  Keeping that sunburned skin from drying out lessens the ‘Ouch!’ and helps prevent peeling. Hydrating ingredients + soothing cream = sun burn relief!

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Comments on: "They’re Everywhere!" (2)

  1. Lorelei said:

    I love Emu-Lac. Family & friends use it for eczema. Works great! I like it for facial moisturizer, sunburn relief, all over dry skin relief. Use on damp skin for the best effect – pulls that water right into your skin cells. Awesome!

  2. Yea Emu Lac, I’ve used it on sunburns before and yes it really does help to heal the skin fast!

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