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11 Oct '17

Ozone therapy. Ozone for hair

Posted by Elena Sincariova

Today, after 125 years of usage, ozone therapy is recognized in Germany, Italy, France, Russia, Romania, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Israel, Japan, Singapore, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico, 4 Canadian provinces and 14 US states (Alaska, Washington, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Minnesota). 

Ozone: inactivates viruses, bacteria, yeast, fungus, and protozoa, stimulates the immune system cleans arteries and veins, improves circulation' purifies the blood and lymph normalizes hormone and enzyme production reduces inflammation reduces pain, calms the nerves stops bleeding prevents shock prevents stroke damage reduces cardiac arrhythmia improves brain function and memory oxidizes toxins, allowing their excretion chelates heavy metals; it works well in conjunction with EDTA prevents and reverses degenerative diseases prevents and treats communicable diseases prevents and eliminates auto-immune diseases

Ozone's therapeutic remedial uses are extensive and growing daily. All bacterial, viral and fungal infections are eliminated by ozone therapy. Heart disease, angina, arteriosclerosis, gangrene, senile dementia, ulcers, varicose veins, arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, diabetes, all forms of cancer, Parkinson's disease, inflammatory bowel disease, immune deficiency, allergies, and asthma are just a few of the conditions that are regularly treated with ozone.

Ozone Treatment for Hair and Scalp

  • Ozonated oils therapy for hair has widely been acknowledged for its effectiveness in treating hair and scalp problems like dandruff, hair fall, hair thinning and damage. These hair problems are mainly caused due to factors like aging, hormonal imbalance, poor hair care, unhealthy diet, illnesses and infections, genetic traits, pollution and other external factors, which generally dehydrate or infect the scalp to further weaken and damage the hair follicles.
  • The scalp and hair on being infused with ozone get oxidized leading to the formation of peptones on the hair shaft located in the middle of the strands.
  • A protective layer, like the ozone layer guarding the earth’s atmosphere, is formed over each hair strand by peptones that safeguard the hair from breakage, damage, and fall. This treatment is provided with the help of machines, ozonated oils etc in salons, spas, clinics and by dermatologists. 

  Benefits of Ozone Hair Treatment:

  • On coming in contact with the roots of the hair strands, ozone rejuvenates and fortifies the hair follicles to strengthen and nourish the hair and scalp. This therapy improves blood circulation and eliminates any microbial infection present in the scalp and hair.
  • O3 therapy not only treats problems or hair breakage, thinning and loss but it also helps to treat other graver issues like psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, balding and alopecia.
  • It adds volume and density to the hair, repairs and reconstructs the strands like treating and eliminating the problem of split ends, controls frizz to make hair manageable.
  • It stabilizes the scalp and treats dandruff issues, aids in the regeneration of new hair, promotes hair growth and thus helps to create smooth, soft, radiant and beautiful tresses.
  • Ozone is good for color treated hair as the peptones strengthen the bonds between the hair strands and color dye to protect the hair color, make it last longer while adding luster to the locks. 

Ozone treatment for hair is fast gaining popularity across the world for its effectiveness. This is a one-stop therapy for all your hair and scalp related problems!

 

03 Oct '17

The uses of ozonated coconut oil

Posted by Elena Sincariova

Ozonated coconut oil: what is it?

Coconut oil is a type of oil made from fresh ripe coconuts. When eaten it promotes many health benefits, as it is rich in lauric acid and omega fatty acids. It contains no trans fats.

Ozonated coconut oil has many of the therapeutic properties of ozonated olive oil. It is antimicrobial, antifungal and antiviral. 

People use ozonated olive oil for many applications. Ozonated coconut oil has all the same therapeutic properties of ozonated olive oil. But, for some, the texture is more pleasant when used on the face as a night crème. Some find that it is absorbed more readily into the skin.

Please know that ozonated coconut oil has very few of the original properties of un-ozonated coconut oil. The texture is less viscous, the aroma is much stonger, but it has many more healing properties than un-ozonated coconut oil.

Uses:

-Ozonated Coconut oil is wonderful as a massage oil which will help exfoliate the skin with the power of nascent oxygen. Ozonated Coconut Oil is also a great face cremé that moisturizes the skin and reduces wrinkles.

-Skin irritations such as psoriasis, eczema, hives, bites, bee stings, blisters, burns, scrapes. In general, use topically to minimize the potential of infection and promote healing.

-Pets: Pets’ skin problems respond well to this oil. If by some chance they should lick it off, it will not harm them in any way. It’s just coconut oil and oxygen after all.

-Fungal infections: Athletes Foot, jock itch, vulvovaginitis.

 

25 Sep '17

Using Ozonated Oil to Treat Common Hair Problems

Posted by Elena Sincariova

We all know that Ozonated oil is amazing for the skin, but did you know that it is also amazing for your hair too?  Ozonated oilst can be used to help treat multiple things when it comes to your luscious locks, such as:

  • Improving split ends
  • Hair Moisturizer
  • Thinning or damaged hair
  • Bald spots
  • Dandruff
  • Dry scalp
  • To generally revitalize and make your hair more beautiful

There are different ways to apply ozonated oil to your hair depending on your ailment or treatment requirement.

Ozonated Oil for the Treatment of Balding

If you are treating a specific spot on the head that is balding or thinning, then you need only to apply the oil to that area and not on the entire head. To do this simply use the dropper that comes with your oil to apply a thin layer of ozonated oil onto the desired area. Do this at night before bed. Wear a protective head covering to insure that no oil leaks onto your pillows or bed.

Ozonated Oil for Treating Split Ends and Thinning Hair

If you are using the oil on your entire head for things like improving split ends, thinning hair, or to revitalize and make your hair more beautiful, then we suggest you follow these simple steps:

  1. Make sure your hair is wet and clean.
  2. Lather entire hair with oil from root to tip.
  3. If you are suffering from thinning or balding, make sure to apply oil all the way from the root and scalp to the tips of the hair, all along the length of the hair shaft.
  4. If you are suffering from split ends, then make sure to apply a good amount of the oil to the ends of the hair. There is no need to apply the oil to the roots of the hair.
  5. It is up to you if you would like to sleep with the oil on your head overnight or wait at least 2 hours before washing it all out. If you choose to sleep with the oil in your hair over night, then make sure to wear a protective head covering so that the oil does not stain your pillow or bed sheets.

Wash oil out thoroughly with warm water. This may take a while – patience is a virtue!

16 Sep '17

What is acne and how can I deal with it?

Posted by Elena Sincariova

 

Acne can affect both adults and teenagers. The four main causes for acne are:

  • Clogged pores
  • Dead skin cells
  • Bacteria
  • Oil production

Acne occurs where you have the most sebaceous glands (oil glands), which are connected to the hair follicle. These glands produce sebum, an oil, that is used to lubricate your hair and skin. At times, there can be a buildup of excess sebum and dead skin cells around the hair follicle, clogging the pore. This creates the perfect environment for bacteria to thrive, forming a pimple.

A potential way to remedy this is by using ozonated oil. This surprises most because you would assume that treating excess oil with oil would clog the pores more, but it actually does the opposite in this case. This was proved in a study that it did, in fact, reduce the bacteria of the acne, did not clog pores (also termed non-comedogenic) and did not irritate skin.

Another great ozonated oil you can use to help remedy an acne breakout is coconut oil. Coconut oil by itself is really similar to the sebum naturally produced by the skin. Because of this similarity, it is theorized that it can balance the oil production of the skin by tricking it into thinking that it has already produced enough oil. Not only does it balance the skin, it is also moisturizing it and is considered non-comedogenic. Combine the coconut oil with ozone and you have the perfect combination for balancing the skin, preventing more acne caused by oil production, and eliminating bacteria caused by acne.

If you’re in need of an acne treatment, ozonated olive oil is perfect for healing the infected area while leaving the skin moisturized. If you’re looking more to balance your skin and prevent an acne outbreak, ozonated coconut oil has got you covered. Both of these oils combined together make the perfect acne skin care kit!

Sources:
http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/acne/basics/causes/con-20020580
https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/pdfs/US4451480.pdf
https://www.google.com/patents/US4451480

 

30 Aug '17

Benefits of ozonated oils for skin health

Posted by Elena Sincariova

HOW IS OZONATED OIL MADE?

It is produced by using very high quality, cold pressed virgin oil which is put through a manufacturing process referred to as ‘ozone injection’. This process involves bubbling the ozone into the oil for a fairly extended period until it is ready for use.

BENEFITS OF OZONATED OILs

Ozonated oil is most commonly used for the skin. It can be applied directly to the skin in exactly the same way that you would use a skin cream or salve.
It has properties that can help stimulate regeneration of skin cells while also being able to sterilize and clean wounds. Ozonated oil can also reduce inflammation, ease irritation and speed up healing.

OZONATED OIL FOR THE SKIN

As we have mentioned, ozonated olive oil is mostly used to support healthy skin and treat a wide variety of skin conditions.

1) FOR ACNE AND ECZEMA

As a topical massage paste, the ozonated oil acts as a natural antioxidant which allows for toxins and lactic acid to be released from your pores which cleanse the skin and helps get rid of dirt and bacteria.

This and its antibacterial qualities makes it a useful natural treatment for acne while it is also used effectively to treat many chronic skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. As well as its ability to cleanse the skin, ozonated oil helps ease irritation and reduce redness and swelling of the skin.

2) FOR WRINKLES

Because of its antioxidant actions, ozonated olive, grapeseed, sweet-almond oil can also be used to eradicate some of the signs of aging like wrinkles and diminish the appearance of age spots.

 

OTHER USES FOR THE SKIN INCLUDE:

  • As a moisturizer leave it on for 20 minutes before removing it
  • To reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks
  • To relieve sunburn
  • To treat infections of the sweat glands
  • Yeast infections of the skin
  • To break down cellulite

3) OZONATED OLIVE OIL FOR THE TEETH

I would never have thought that olive oil was good for your teeth but if you are one of those people who would prefer to avoid those trips to the dentist, ozonated olive oil may be just what you need.

A study published in 2012 investigated the use of ozonated olive oil to treat certain periodontal conditions in 20 subjects. They found that when ozonated olive oil was used as an adjunctive treatment to root planning or scaling it resulted in significant improvements for the participants who used it. (1)

  • Experts recommend that you apply it to your gums with a cotton swab or a toothpick or even add a few drops to your toothbrush to brush your teeth with.

4) FOR HERPES

There is no scientific evidence that ozonated oil can work as a long term solution for herpes but the internet is awash with anecdotal reports that it is an extremely effective short term treatment.

  • For cold sores, apply the ozonated oil to the affected area 3 times a day until your sores have subsided.

5) FOR ATHLETES FOOT

If you suffer from Athletes foot or nail fungus, then ozonated coconut oil may help.

  1. First, soak the feet in the bath or a bowl for ten minutes or so and then dry your feet making sure that you attend to the areas between your toes.
  2. Once they are dried properly, apply your ozonated oil around the affected areas of your feet and toes.
  3. Repeat the process several times a week for at least 3 weeks even after the condition has improved.

6) FOR SORE MUSCLES

If your muscles are sore and aching after a hard day on your feet or an intense workout session, you can rub your ozonated oil into your sore muscles to help ease the pain.

7) CUTS, BURNS AND WOUNDS

Ozonated oil is often used successfully to treat minor wounds, lesions, burns and bites.
A recent study conducted on guinea pigs found that animals treated with ozonated olive oil experienced significant recovery in their wounds compared to animals in the non-ozone group. The researchers concluded that ozonated oil could be used to enhance skin wound healing. (2)

8) FOR BABY DIAPER RASH

Ozonated olive oil is a safe and natural treatment for your baby’s diaper rash. It contains none of the harmful chemicals found in some over the counter creams and should help ease your baby’s discomfort and ease any swelling or skin wounds.

9) AS A DEODORANT

It may sound odd but a dab of ozonated oil under the armpits can help you smell fresher for longer.

  • To use it as a deodorant, simply apply it under your arms and anywhere else that is prone to sweat and body odor.
  • It will help to oxidize the bacteria which leads to body odor.

Try it out and let us know if it works.


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