Ozonated Olive Oil + Honey
Honey, which has natural antibacterial properties, is rich in antioxidants that can help reduce inflammation in angry skin (which is your skin right now). Combine it with ultra-hydrating ozonated olive oil, and you’ve got yourself a moisturizing mask that’s perfect for flaking, raw skin.
Ozonated Olive Oil + Milk + Turmeric
There’s a reason why turmeric is one of the most sworn-by spices in herbal medicine for treating a zillion skin and health ailments: It actually works. Well, at least for your skin. It’s an antiseptic, antibacterial, and an antioxidant, and people swear by it for preventing acne, brightening blah skin, soothing irritation, and a ton more. That, mixed with hydrating milk, makes this mask an all-around dry skin savior.
Ozonated Olive Oil + Egg
OK, yes, adding raw eggs to your face sounds less than ideal, but eggs are a major skin-care player in K-beauty, since their whites are thought to temporarily tighten skin and reduce the appearance of pores. Add in a little ozonated olive oil, and this mixture turns into a hydrating mask for combination skin.
For dry skin, mix a half a tablespoon of ozonated olive oil with an egg yolk and a tablespoon of flour. If the paste is too viscous to spread, add more oil. Spread over your face and leave on for 20 minutes to moisturize.
Ozonated Olive Oil + Banana + Sugar
No, you’re not making banana bread, sadly. This mask-scrub hybrid uses the natural exfoliating nature of sugar and the hydrating powers of banana to create a moisturizing mask that will remove skin flakes while soothing dry skin. Just be careful not to scrub, scrub your face with this mask—the jagged edges of sugar crystals can scratch up your skin and cause irritation.
Storage of ozonated olive oil
Daily use - in a cool, dark place.
Long-term storage - in the refrigerator at + 4 ° C.
Thickened ozonated olive oil can be "thawed" in warm (40 ° C) water.
Shelf life in the refrigerator - 2 years.