In this review of Emuaid First Aid Ointment as a topical treatment offering relief from the symptoms of a wide variety of skin conditions including fungal infections, lichen sclerosus, dermatitis, poison ivy, sunburn, razor burn, bruises, rashes, bed sores, acne, bit bites and blisters to name a few. This product’s blend of ingredients has been carefully selected according to their healing properties which work together to restore the skin by penetrating deep within the dermis to repair the ailment at such a rate that a difference can be noted within 48 hours.
- Argentum Metallicum (Colloidal Silver)
This is known to be a potent anti-infective ingredient which may aid the prevention of infection of skin ailments because it has the ability to suffocate bacteria by attaching itself to the bacteria’s cellular membrane and prohibiting oxygen from entering the cell, as well as cellular replication which stops the bacteria from spreading. The concentration of the active ingredient is not mentioned, so we cannot be too sure as to whether the dosage will be too high or too low. We also feel that the number one antifungal is not Colloidal Silver, but in fact, Undecylenic Acid in a concentration of 25% as it has a solid reputation for delivering results.
- Bacillus Ferment
- Ceramide 3
- Emu Oil
- Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax Glyceryl Behenate
- Hydrogenated Castor Oil
- Lysine HCI
- Tea Tree Leaf Oil
- Olea Europaea Fruit Oil
- Silver Citrate
- Tocopheryl Acetate
- Vegetable Oil
Allantoin may provide healing, soothing, and anti-irritating properties while Bacillus Ferment is an enzymatic exfoliant that may remove dead skin cells.Tribehenin, Candelilla Wax and Ceramide 3, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil and Squalane may give moisture to dry skin, while Lysine HCI may help to repair skin. Phytosphingosine works together with Tea Tree Leaf Oil and Silver Citrate as antibacterials. Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E) allows for skin penetration and so does Emu Oil.
Wash the affected area before applying a thin layer of the solution onto the area. This can be done up to 4 times a day or as symptoms require. Should the skin condition worsen or persist after 7 days of treatment, consult a doctor.
A 2 oz container is priced at $48.00 and is available for online purchase directly through the manufacturer’s website or through third-party retailers. Free shipping is applied to orders over $75.
A 30-day money back guarantee stands to protect customers. The product may be returned and a refund may be requested. We did find any further mention of whether the product may be returned opened or sealed or not. We are concerned about this as leading brands offer a 365-day 100% money back guarantee to avoid their customers taking a risk when purchasing their product.
Emuaid First Aid Ointment Review – Conclusion
We like that the product may be used to treat a wide variety of skin ailments other than fungal infection and that there are some good reviews about the product, however we are disappointed that the manufacturer could not commit to a longer guarantee window and that the active ingredient Argentum Metallicum (Colloidal Silver), when in comparison to Undecylenic Acid, is perhaps not centered on fighting nail fungus but rather being a solution for a wide range of ailments. We would advise that other treatment options be considered when looking for a nail antifungal treatment.