Horse oil as a traditional indigenous medicine – with roots that trace back to the era of China’s equestrian people - has been used for burns, cuts and insect bites over centuries in Japan.
Cells of our skin are made of oil (=oil and fat) called fatty acid. Therefore, our skin gets dry and loses it’s glow unless we replenish it with appropriate fatty acids.
Normally, animal oils and fats have a type of fatty acid that is similar to butter and lard, and they do not penetrate into our skin. Moreover, the fatty acid compositions of vegetable oils and fats, in contradiction to its nice ring, are far different from that of humans.
Although horse oil is animal oil, it is somehow rich in the type of fatty acid which can be acquired from plants. Additionally, the fatty acid composition of horse oil is the closest to that of human dermal oils when compared with other oils and fats. Thus, with its outstanding permeability into human skin, Magoroku feels natural and penetrates smoothly into the skin.
Expected potential effects of Magoroku are to:
Prevent rough skin while moisturizing the skin
Keep the skin looking young and healthy
Soothe inflamed skin caused by sunburn
Protect the skin from dryness