Ozone is a gas that contains high oxidizing power and has been used for a variety of different purposes throughout history. The topical application can be used for everyday skin care such as, but not limited to, a daily moisturizer, natural deodorant, diaper rash and body acne.
Because of its rich properties and created elements, ozonated olive oil needs to be refrigerated. Refrigerated oils can last up to ten years. We've found that even at room temperature, our oils can last up to a year.
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The Everything Oil
Ozonated olive oil is by far one of the best known ozone oils in the world, and there is a great reason for that! Known as the “Everything Oil”, olive oil in general is known for its properties in skincare as well as antifungal, anti-bacterial, decrease in inflammation, increased collagen production and increased oxygen in healing wounds.
We have used this oil for sunburns, ringworm, wrinkles, acne, bug bites, hemorrhoids, cuts, pet needs, hair masks and more! The “Everything Oil” has a use and purpose for every need.
When you first start using ozonated oils, the smell might catch you by surprise! It might remind you of the fresh smell after a thunderstorm, and there is a reason why. During a thunderstorm, lightning mixes with oxygen atoms and molecules, creating a fresh smell, also known as ozone. The ozone smell is normal and after the second or third application, most people adjust to it.
If you have a strong sense of smell or are sensitive to scents in general, try the lavender infused oils. They help cover the smell and add a calming effect when applied!
|The Creation Process
Organic, extra virgin olive oil is slowly infused with ozone until it is fully saturated and becomes a gel. This is done by passing medical grade oxygen through the best cold plasma ozone generators available. This ensures pure, fresh ozonated oil. The oil allows the ozone to stay viable. The end result is an oxygenated gel with a cornucopia of uses.
||Not all Oils are the Same
The creation process for creating ozonated olive oil is extremely important in order for the full benefits to be used. By using the right equipment and specific time increments, our oils are able to be used to achieve the benefits you are needing. Our oils come out white and clean while others have a hint of yellow, telling us that the oil is not completely infused.
Ingredients and Usage
Pure and Simple:
Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Activated Oxygen (oxone)
How to use:
Apply a good amount, rub between hands and apply to affected areas! Oil will melt and absorb into the skin. For skincare routines, wash face, apply serums, then add ozonated olive oil to skin instead of facial moisturizer. Don't forget the sunscreen!
Research articles on Ozonated Olive Oil:
-Antifungal Activity of Olive Oil and Ozonated Olive Oil Against Candida Spp. and Saprochaete Spp.
-Proinflammatory Event of Ozonized Olive Oil in Mice
-Various Antimicrobial Agent of Ozonized Olive Oil
-Ozonated Olive Oil Enhances the Growth of Granulation Tissue in a Mouse Model of Pressure Ulcer
-Study of Ozonated Olive Oil: Monitoring of the Ozone Absorption and Analysis of the Obtained Functional Groups
-Ozonated Olive Oil with a High Peroxide Value for Topical Applications: In-Vitro Cytotoxicity Analysis with L929 Cells
-Germicidal Properties of Ozonated Sunflower Oil
-Ozonated Mineral Oil: Preparation, Characterization and Evaluation of the Microbicidal Activity
-A New Formulation Based on Ozonated Sunflower Seed Oil: In Vitro Antibacterial and Safety Evaluation
-Kinetic Analysis of Ozonation Degree Effect on the Physicochemical Properties of Ozonated Vegetable Oils
-Spectroscopic Characterization of Ozonated Sunflower Oil
-Physico-chemical Characterization and Antibacterial Activity of Ozonated Pomegranate Seeds Oil
-Ozonation Degree of Vegetable Oils as the Factor of Their Anti-Inflammatory and Wound-Healing Effectiveness
-In Vitro Antimicrobial Activity of Ozonated Sunflower Oil against Antibiotic-Resistant Enterococcus faecalis Isolated from Endodontic Infection
-Stability Studies of Ozonized Sunflower Oil and Enriched Cosmetics with a Dedicated Peroxide Value Determination
-Influence of Storage Temperature on the Composition and the Antibacterial Activity of Ozonized Sunflower Oil
-Measurement of Peroxidic Species in Ozonized Sunflower Oil
-Ozone Gas and Ozonized Sunflower Oil as Alternative Therapies against Pythium Insidiosum Isolated from Dogs
-Antibacterial Activity of Ozonized Sunflower Oil, Oleozón, Against Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus epidermidis.
*Legal Disclaimer: No health claims for these products have been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), nor has the FDA approved these products to diagnose, cure, or prevent disease. Since every individual is unique, we highly recommend you to consult with your licensed healthcare practitioner about the use of ozone products in your particular situation. Oxidation Technologies nor the manufacturers of these items listed are responsible for the misuse of this product. It is highly advised to receive professional council from a licensed doctor before using Ozone Therapy on yourself.