Question: What is the full list of ingredients in Outback Oil?
Question: What is the correct way to use Outback Oil?
Answer: Apply a small amount of Outback Oil to the affected area(s) and continue to massage it in gently until it has been absorbed through the skin. The appropriate amount of Outback Oil to use on each occasion should be enough so that it massages smoothly and comfortably into the skin with no residue.
If this is your first time using Outback, repeat this procedure 3 to 4 times per day over an initial period of at least 7 to 10 days and thereafter on an as needed basis. The more consistently you use it, the more effective and efficient it will become.
Question: Why doesn't Outback Oil heat up or cool the area like other topical products?
Answer: Heating up or freezing the skin, as many other topical relievers do, is really just tricking your pain sensors.All they're doing is taking your mind off the pain. They're sending a signal to your brain that there's heat or coolness applied to the top of the skin and that takes your mind away from the actual cause of the pain.But, that doesn't help with the pain itself. As soon as that heat or the freezing goes away, the pain comes back.
Question: If Outback Oil just contains 4 simple ingredients, can I just buy them from my pharmacy and make my own?
Answer: Outback Oil does contain 4 simple ingredients, but it's far more complicated than that. Outback undergoes a special procedure called triple maturation during manufacturing, which brings those 4 ingredients together over an 8-week period in a series of separate phases.
The reason we do that is to bond the tea tree oil and the eucalyptus oil to the vanilla. Vanilla is a natural vasodilator and so as you rub it in, the vanilla aids in taking the tea tree oil and eucalyptus oil below the skin to the source of the inflammation, which is what we want to clear up.That all comes about by our very unique and proprietary manufacturing process.
Question: Is it possible to apply too much ?
Answer: You can't overdose on Outback Oil.You can use it as often as you like for as many days as you like. For maximum benefit, it's the type of product you want to use everyday, particularly if you're in acute pain.However, you could waste it by using too much. Use a little bit, but use it often! A little bit goes a long way.
Question: Why use a topical oil and not a powder or a pill ?
Answer: The problem with pills and powders is that your body has to digest it, which can take hours. Also, you can't choose where the relief, if any, will occur. Why would you burden your entire body if you only have issues in one area. With our topical oil, the relief is fast and focused on the exact area where discomfort is experienced.