Edison, NJ (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
Representatives of LB Processors, LLC were among the attendees at the recent conference of Society of Cosmetic Chemists at the NYSCC Suppliers Day which was held at the New Convention and Exposition Center Raritan Center in Edison, New Jersey on Tuesday and Wednesday May 15 and 16, 2012. The decision to hold the conference in New Jersey was a practical one since it was convenient to the locations of the majority of cosmetic manufacturers. The conference was attended by more than 8,000 people. LB Processors used the event as an occasion to reach out to the over 20 companies that are interested in using emu oil in their cosmetic products by offering samples of their emu oil products. In attending the event, LB Processors hoped to make more companies aware of the benefits of emu oil, which include non-comedogenic and hypo allergenic properties. According to Paul Binford of LB Processors, "We've been producing high quality refined emu oil for nearly 20 years. We are here today to promote the many benefits of emu oil and its uses in a variety of cosmetics."
The company has two websites: lbprocessors.com and lbemuoil.com. The second of the sites handles sales, both retail and wholesale, so customers wanting to purchase products containing emu oil can do so there. The site has everything from eye creams to moisturizers and soaps that are made with emu oil. The first site represents the processing facility. It allows searchers to find out about the process used in extracting emu oil and rendering the fat. The state of the art facility is a state of Tennessee approved cutting edge food-processing facility. It processes specialty oils that are used in cosmetic products, dietary supplements and even in some pharmaceutical applications.
What is Emu Oil?
Emu oil comes from a large non-flying bird related to the ostrich. The bird, a native of Australia was well known to and widely used by the aboriginal people living in the Australian Outback where it was used for centuries to treat multiple ailments. Until 2001, it wasn't known in the western world, at which time Dr. Robert Nicolosi of the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, a professor and director of the institution's Center for Health and Disease research released the results of his ongoing research that showed the "cholesterol lowering, anti-inflammatory, and trans-dermal properties."
To find out about how the company processes emu oil and about different types of emu oil, check out the company's main website page. Anyone who wants to learn more about the company can find a wealth of information and answers to questions at the company's FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page, or by using the Contact Us link for information about the ways to contact the company directly. People who are interested in purchasing products containing emu oil can do so by going directly to the retail site for LB Processors, LLC at Country Divine.