NPO Eggshell Membrane Association

The membrane that lines an eggshell is just 0.07mm thick. Its possibilities are infinite.

Eggshell membrane—A centuries-old folk remedy with a wealth of untapped potential
Eggshell membrane is a thin film—just 0.07 mm thick—lining the inner surface of birds' eggs. This membrane plays a vital role in the development and birth of the chick. It is involved in cell division and differentiation, as well as maintenance of life functions during incubation.