At Uniquely Emu Products we pride ourselves in our Customer Service. This section is a compilation of
some of our customer's most common questions, and will be consistently updated as new questions come in. If your questions are not answered by this section, don't hesitate to call us toll-free at 1-888-383-9513 and speak to one of our knowledgeable customer service staff, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions Table of Contents
What's the difference between regular emu oil and ultra clear emu oil?
Our regular emu oil is a blend of both the lighter and heavier fractions of emu oil and has a rich, creamy consistency. In contrast our ultra clear emu oil has the heavier fractions removed resulting in oil that remains a clear liquid at normal room temperatures. The ultra clear emu oil also absorbs into the skin quicker.
How can I tell if my emu oil is high quality?
Emu oil can vary significantly from batch to batch. One of the first things to do is to look for the American Emu Association certification seal.
This means that the oil has been tested at the time of processing by an independent third party to verify that it meets or exceeds the Emu Oil Trade Rules
Is your emu oil odor free?
Yes, our emu oil is considered odor free. There is a lot of emu oil on the market today, however all too often it is either not processed correctly, has gone rancid, or is mixed with essential oils to hide a bad smell. All fresh, high quality, AEA Certified emu oil should be pure emu oil that is odor free.
How do I keep my pet from licking the Emu Oil off when I apply it?
Try applying the emu oil just before feeding or walking your pet. Emu oil will penetrate in a matter of minutes, and by the time they think of licking the oil again it should have had time to penetrate.
What if my pet ingests some Emu Oil?
Don't worry! Emu Oil is nontoxic.
Is the Rejuvenating Shampoo and Conditioner safe for color treated hair?
Yes, all of our hair care products are formulated to be safe for color treated hair.
What's the difference between Grade A and Grade B?
Grade A egg shells are great for displaying the eggs their natural state or if you looking for the best quality. Grade B egg shells may have slight blemishes, such as scratches, stains, natural blemishes, etc. They are not cracked or broken in any way. Grade B egg shells are mostly used by artists for painting or carving where these blemishes are covered up.
Why don't you ship egg shells internationally?
Due to government regulations, egg shell exports (even for one shell) take around 6 months and $150 in fees. Since this is prohibitive for most of our customers we regret that we no longer have an export license for egg shells.
How can I become a distributor?
We have several different programs for individuals and companies that are interested in distributing our products. You can find out about our distributor programs and request more information here
Are there any fees?
Nope. The only requirement is a minimum quantity, which is usually 12 items (total items, not 12 of each product). If you don't want a minimum purchase, you might be interested in our affiliate program
Do you have a private label program?
How do I redeem a coupon?
- Once you've entered the checkout process, after the screen with your billing and shipping information, you will see your shipping and payment options.
- At the top of that screen you should see the coupon redemption form, which looks like this:
- Enter the coupon code and click "Redeem". Your basket should refresh and reflect the discount.
- Select your shipping and payment type, and click the "Continue" button. On the next screen you can enter your payment information and complete checkout.
If you're still having problems, don't hesitate to call us toll-free at 1-888-383-9513 or email email@example.com
Is your website secure?
YES! Our entire website is protected by powerful 256Bit AES Encryption Technology to ensure that all data is safe.
You can click this logo to verify our Security Certificate
This technology is so powerful, the NSA requires it to protect sensitive national security data.
From the CNSS Policy No. 15, Fact Sheet No. 1
National Policy on the Use of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) to
Protect National Security Systems and National Security Information:
"(6) The design and strength of all key lengths of the AES algorithm (i.e., 128, 192 and
256) are sufficient to protect classified information up to the SECRET level. TOP
SECRET information will require use of either the 192 or 256 key lengths. The
implementation of AES in products intended to protect national security systems and/or
information must be reviewed and certified by NSA prior to their acquisition and use."
There are 2 easy ways to make sure that your order is secure on any website.
First look at the Internet address for the page that you are on when you are submitting sensitive information. The Internet address should be displayed in the address bar at the top of the screen. Make sure that it starts with "https://" like this: . Insecure pages start with "http://", you guessed it, the "s" stands for "secure".
Another easy way is to look for a lock icon somewhere in your browser. The icon is usually either in the address bar on top, or at the bottom of the browser.