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5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD USE COCONUT OZONATED OIL FOR YOUR BEARD

Coconut ozonated oil has become one of the hottest ingredients in the hair and cosmetic industry over the past few years. There are thousands of cosmetic products out there on the market. Although we hear about the benefits of coconut ozonated oil through influences and social media, many of us are unsure of what exactly coconut ozonated oil is and what it does to benefit us. From curing Alzheimer’s disease to supporting weight loss, there are 1000’s of reasons why coconut ozonated oil has been deemed by many to be one of the world’s great super ingredients. Out of all...

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Ozonated Oil for Rosacea and Couperose-prone skin

What are the symptoms of Rosacea and Couperose-prone skin and how do they differ? Rosacea is a chronic, episodic inflammatory disorder that affects up to 10% of the adult population. As it sits within the hypersensitive skin 'family' sufferers describe unpleasant sensations such as, among others, stinging and burning - subjective feelings that are associated with hypersensitivity. On top of those symptoms they typically experience flushing and show signs of diffuse redness of the cheeks, chin, nose and forehead, couperosis, blemishes and pustules. Occasionally the ocular area is also involved and this can lead to styes and conjunctivitis. In the...

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How To Use Coconut Ozonated Oil For Tanning

Coconut ozonated oil has been all the rage for quite some time now. Owing to its health benefits, this tropical oil has been hailed widely as a superfood and is a popular ingredient in a horde of beauty products. But, did you know that coconut ozonated oil can also be used to get a better tan? Tanning with coconut ozonated oil can not only get the job done faster, but it also keeps your skin hydrated while taking a sunbath. In this article, we’ll explain everything you need to know about using coconut ozonated oil for tanning. Is it really...

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Treatment of Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis by Ozonated Oil

Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS), also known as "canker sores," is a common disease of the oral and, occasionally, genital mucosa characterized bythe repeated development of one to many discrete, painful ulcers that usually heal within 7 to 1 4 days. The lesions are typically 3 to 5 mm, round to oval ulcers with a peripheral rim of erythema and a yellowish adherent exudate centrally. The process may range in severity, with some patients noting only an occasional lesion and others experiencing such frequent episodes that they have almost continuous ulcer activity.  EPIDEMIOLOGY RAS is seen throughout the world, with the...

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