Emuaid First Aid Ointment Review

Emuaid First Aid Ointment Review

Samantha Somerson
Emuaid First Aid Ointment is a broad-spectrum ointment made from natural healing ingredients that can be used to treat a wide range of itchy and painful skin conditions. Because of its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal capabilities, this includes the disfiguring and embarrassing condition of nail fungus. While many competitive products for…
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Emuaid First Aid Ointment is a broad-spectrum ointment made from natural healing ingredients that can be used to treat a wide range of itchy and painful skin conditions. Because of its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal capabilities, this includes the disfiguring and embarrassing condition of nail fungus.

While many competitive products for dealing with nail fungus can take between two to four weeks to start showing an improvement in the condition, Emuaid is said to deliver a noticeable improvement within a remarkable 24 hours.

This is possibly because Emuaid is designed to penetrate nails and skin, taking the active ingredient to where it is needed most – right to the source of the problem that lurks in hard to reach places in the nail bed. Having attacked the fungus, its healing ingredients are then said to go to work repairing dry, brittle and discoloured nails while stopping the spread of the fungus. This is a noticeable difference from other nail fungus products which are formulated to simply keep the fungus infection in check while the damaged nail grows out and is replaced by a healthy new nail.

Ingredients

Emuaid active ingredient:

10x, 20x, 30x HPUS Argentum Metallicum (Colloidal Silver)

Other Ingredients:

Allantoin, Bacillus Ferment, Ceramide 3, Emu Oil, Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax, Glyceryl Behenate, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Lysine HCI, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil, Phytosphingosine, Silver Citrate, Squalane, Tocopheryl Acetate, Tribehenin, Vegetable Oil.

While EmuaidMax contains the same dosage of the active ingredient – Colloidal Silver – it has twice the amount of Macillus Ferment, ten times that of Tea Tree Oil and 50 times more Vitamin E than the regular strength Emuaid First Aid Ointment.

Dosage

Apply a thin layer of Emuaid or EmuaidMax over the cleaned, affected area at least three to four times daily, or as needed to sooth the symptoms.

Price

Emuaid and EmuaidMax are available in two sizes, directly from the manufacturer:

  • Emuaid First Aid Ointment 2oz – $48.00
  • Emuaid First Aid Ointment 16oz – $288 reduced from $384

For the more potent EmuaidMax, the cost is

  • EmuaidMax First Aid Ointment 2oz – $58.00
  • EmuaidMax First Aid Ointment 16 ox – $348 reduced from $464

Guarantee

Both the standard and Max versions of Emuaid First Aid Ointment come with a 30-dayl, no-questions-asked,  money back guarantee.

Emuaid First Aid Ointment Review – Conclusion

Emuaid is manufactured in a FDA-registered, over-the-counter drug and homeopathic drug facility. Its ingredients are certified free of any illegal or banned substances.

It is manufactured from all natural products and does not contain chemicals, artificial preservatives, lanolin, alcohol, parabens, steroids, petrochemicals, or fragrance.

However, there is considerably controversy about whether the active ingredient, Colloidal silver actually works. Colloidal silver isn’t a product that’s regulated by the FDA and there is no unambiguous research that backs the anecdotal claims about its efficacy although the manufacturer claims that its own sponsored research conducted by an independent laboratory appeared to indicate that Emuaid was a “kill on contact” product for bacteria, yeast and mold. We could not establish whether this was for all mold – including nail fungus.

However, as such a broad spectrum product, if it doesn’t work for your nail fungus and you don’t want to go through the hassle of getting a refund, you could always keep it and use it for symptomatic relief of minor skin wounds and burns, bruises, ulcers, sunburn, razor burn, scapes, rashes, blisters, insect bites, acne, eczema or any other of over 100 conditions.

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