Ozonated Olive Oil: What Is It and Why Should We Care?

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There has been big talk recently about ozonated oils. in 2017, natural organic products have never been hotter and there has never been a larger demand. So what is ozonated oil? More epecifically, what is ozonated olive oil and what makes it different than regular extra virgin olive oil. Ozonated olive oil is an effective, natural remedy that serves many health purposes. That is especially true for skin, where ozonated olive oil has become most popular. The leader in ozonated skin care just released a new ozonated olive oil and the product is drawing rave reviews.

Ozonated olive oil is made with superior quality, organic, extra virgin cold pressed olive oil. From there the olive oil is sent through the ozone injection process. First lets cover what "ozone injection" means. Ozone injection is when the oil is put through a process of bubbling ozone (o3) into the liquid for an extended period of time. What this does is that it purifies the oil at a level that standard extra virgin olive oils do not.

Most companies that claim to be "ozone" actually use a corona discharge ozone generator which can lead to contaminated or less pure products. In order to ensure purity, it is necessary that you use a high-quality cold plasma generator. Ozone is a reactive gas which makes it difficult to stabilize. By passing it through the oil, contained within an ozone resistant container, the ozone gas begins to interact and stabilize within the oil. This process begins to turn the liquid into a paste form that can be used for skincare.

Top Benefits of Ozonated Olive Oil

Ozonated Olive Oil has a wide range of health benefits and because it is a natural product, it is safe to use for a number of things. The most common use of ozonated olive oil is for skin and external use similar to the beauty creams that you are used to.

Below are some of the other wide variety of uses:

  • Stimulation of growth for skin cells

  • Speeds up healing-time for skin wounds and ulcers

  • Cleans and sterilizes the epidermis

  • Reduces swelling and redness

  • Calms the nerves and reduces the amount of pain in skin conditions

  • May increase cellular function and cellular memory

  • Acts as a free radical scavenger on harmful toxins

  • Acts as a moisturizing facial conditioner (leave on for 20 minutes and promptly remove)

  • Aids in healing processes and reduces scarring

  • Promotes healthy skin conditions

  • Good for removing makeup

  • Good for animal wounds, as it is all natural, and can be licked

  • Sunburn of the skin

  • Insect bites and stings

  • Infections of the sebaceous glands (sweat)

  • Can be used as a natural under arm deodorant

  • Hemorrhoids – One of the best natural remedies

  • Sore muscles (rub as a massage paste)

  • Cellulite Reduction

  • Wrinkles

  • Ringworm

  • Bed Sores

  • Cuts & Burns

  • Skin Yeast

  • Carbuncles

  • Diaper Rash

  • Tinea Versicolor

  • Dermatitis

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