Ratite oil from ostriches and emus used in cosmetics and drugs

August 12, 2020

Fun fact! Oil derived from ratites, a family of flightless birds that includes emus and ostriches, is used extensively in the cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries because of the oil’s reputable moisturizing, penetrating, and therapeutic qualities for humans and animals.

Oil derived from ratites, a family of flightless birds that includes emus and ostriches, is used extensively in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries because of the oil’s reputable moisturizing, penetrating, and therapeutic qualities for humans and animals.