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16 Feb '19

How to treat chapped lips with ozonated oil?

Posted by Marin Crangaci
Temperatures are dropping and there's less moisture in the air, so we know what the means — lips start to get dry, itchy, and cracked. Yet while you obviously know what chapped lips feel like (a hint: they're super tight and uncomfortable), you might not know exactly what causes your lips to get so...chapped. Turns out, there are a number of reasons for chapped lips, but once you know those triggers, you can look to a few lifestyle habits that'll keep them soft and hydrated — even when the weather isn't cooperating. Here are common causes of chapped lips, along with a few dermatologist-approved tips for treating and preventing them, to keep on your radar.

Chapped lips, also known as cheilitis, can have many triggers, says Erum Ilyas, a dermatologist in Pennsylvania. "When you hear 'chapped lips' most people are thinking about cheilitis sicca," she says. "This is chapped lips as a result of excess dryness."

The skin on the lips is among the most sensitive areas on the body and the most exposed to the environment, explains Joshua Zeichner, dermatologist and director of cosmetic and clinical research in the department of dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. The lips do not have the same concentration of oil glands as regular skin and are constantly exposed to environmental factors, like lip licking, cosmetics, and cold weather. "All of these factors can dry out the skin barrier, leading to irritation, inflammation, and flaking," he says.

As the weather gets colder and drier, the thin skin on the lips tends to dry out faster than the rest of our skin. This can make the lips look cracked, flaky, and raw in some areas, which can be really uncomfortable, Ilyas explains. But the weather isn't always the cause of your parched lips. When there's irritation from a product or an allergy, called contact cheilitis, lips can also become inflamed. These allergic reactions are usually due to pigments in lipsticks, fragrances, and flavoring agents in foods. You can do patch-testing at your dermatologist's office to see if that's a cause.

But irritation could also be from your everyday skin-care products. "I find that when patients use acne products, they often inadvertently get some on their lips," says Ilyas. "These products are designed to exfoliate your skin to improve [breakouts]. If they get on your lips, you will find your lips are persistently dry and cracked." Apply white petrolatum or balm to your lips before applying products formulated with salicylic acid. "The balm acts as a protective barrier on your lips to avoid the irritation they can cause," she says.

And if you have a history of sun damage, your lips are probably taking the heat, too. "In adults with a lot of sun damage over the years, it's not uncommon to have patients come in concerned about 'chapped lips,' which may be in one spot or along the entire lower lip year-round," says Ilyas.

Unfortunately, this can be the sign of precancerous changes to the lips, called actinic cheilitis, she says, so you'll want to get this checked by a doctor, for sure. "This is important to consider as we need to treat the underlying sun damage to improve the texture and appearance of the lips," she says. It's often treated with cryotherapy, a topical chemotherapeutic agent, or photodynamic therapy.

In mild cases, the skin on the lips may be able to repair itself. However, in cases of significant irritation, the lips may need outside help to repair a damaged skin barrier, says Zeichner. A good rule of thumb is to keep lips moist throughout the day to prevent drying from occurring in the first place. Regularly applying lip balms containing ingredients like occlusive agents, such as Vaseline, or simply beeswax, or zonated oil, will help protect the lip skin and make them more effective.

Benefits of coconut ozonated oil for lips

The primary benefit of coconut ozonated oil is its moisturizing effects. This makes it ideal for chapped lips.

Your lips are particularly sensitive to moisture loss because the skin is thin, and they’re exposed to the elements more so than other parts of your skin.

In alternative medicine, coconut ozonated oil is a mainstay in burn treatment. This is due to its moisture, as well as its analgesic (pain-relieving) properties. These same effects can translate to benefits for chapped, cracked lips.

Coconut oznated oil is also considered an emollient. Emollients are non-cosmetic moisturizers that help keep the skin moist, and they’re primarily used to protect the skin. They trap moisture in your skin, so these tend to work best immediately after bathing. However, you can apply them throughout the day as needed, especially when considering your lips, which lose moisture more rapidly than the rest of the body.

Other benefits include the potential disinfecting and antimicrobial effects of coconut oznated oil. Such benefits may keep your lips germ-free, and subsequently help protect any cracked skin from becoming infected too. Furthermore, coconut oznated oil is an anti-inflammatory. This means it may reduce swelling.

Some people use coconut ozonated oil as a wrinkle treatment. When you use the oil for your lips, you may help your surrounding skin look smoother and more radiant.

06 Feb '19

Customer satisfaction is our guarantee!

Posted by Elena Sincariova
The satisfied customer is the quality standard of any product or service . Throughout our work, we have received a large number of reviews and opinions about our products. Now we would like to share with the impressions of our loyal customers.
1.  Emma, NY: This oil works super well! It is boosting my skin as a serum! Jojoba ozonated oil is a great product! Best skin care product ever and so naturally! 
2. Natali, Miami: "I recommend for all women who wants to be beautiful!
I use day Ozonated Oil and I enjoy to have a beautiful skin!" 
3. Stephani, Sacramento: this product is amazing for your skin, especially the hair. You must try this. I didn't think the spra bottle would be as effective as the dripper, but I was wrong. I have told all of my friends about this. Love the price!
4. Jerome: Having heard excellent stories about the benefits of coconut oil from my grandma, trying this oxygenated coconut oil from Ozone factory was pretty obvious for me. And I'm so glad I did that. It did exactly as promised. It did reduce the dryness and flakiness from my skin and did it without giving any side effects, which is great. Thumbs up from my side!
5. Cristina: Im am using the ozonated coconut oil in my daily routine and beauty care needs! This oil helps my hair for be shiny and stronger; healing very fast my every scratch, wound, burn. I apply the oil on all the body skin each time after a shower and very important after a beach day and my skin looks so good! 
6. First I would like to start by talking about the oil itself - Wow, this stuff is so amazing! This is by far the best oil I have ever used to help heal my acne scarring. I literally noticed a difference a week after using it. I use it at night after toning my face and before using a cream to moisturize and I wake up with such soft skin. It does have an earthy scent to it, but it does not bother me. 

Customer service - I had a question regarding my bottles shelf life so I emailed the customer service (though I usually hate to because a lot of companies don't reply) but I got a response quickly and got my question answered thoroughly and to my satisfaction. 

I highly recommend purchasing from this company and purchasing this product if you're in need of some moisture and help with scarring. 5 stars!
7. Catherine, Miami: I like using this natural product, because it has powerful influence on my skin. I'm applying coconut oil every single day on my face. After thousands of different creams I tried, nothing worked better that this ozonatet oil. Love it very much! 
The most important way to progress is to know the customers opinions of our products. We pay attention on your needs. Because of that, we are thankful for your reviews!
25 Jan '19

Rheumatoid arthritis: How Ozone can help

Posted by Marin Crangaci
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is traditionally considered a chronic, inflammatory autoimmune disorder that causes the immune system to attack the joints. It is a disabling and painful inflammatory condition, which can lead to substantial loss of mobility due to pain and joint destruction. RA is a systemic disease, often affecting extra-articular tissues throughout the body including the skin, blood vessels, heart, lungs, and muscles.
The name is derived from the Greek Rheumatos means “flowing”, and this initially gave rise to the term ‘rheumatic fever’, an illness that can follow throat infections and which includes joint pain. The suffix -oid means “resembling”, i.e. resembling rheumatic fever. Arthr means “joint” and the suffix -itis, a “condition involving inflammation”. Thus rheumatoid arthritis was a form of joint inflammation that resembled rheumatic fever.

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic, inflammatory, multisystem autoimmune disorder. It is commonly polyarticular; that is, it affects many joints. Inflammation, soft tissue swelling, and the involvement of multiple joints are common signs and symptoms that distinguish rheumatoid and other inflammatory arthritis from non-inflammatory arthritis such as osteoarthritis.

The joints are usually affected initially asymmetrically and then in a symmetrical fashion as the disease progresses. The pain generally improves with use of the affected joints, and there is usually stiffness of all joints in the morning that lasts over one hour. Thus, the pain of rheumatoid arthritis is usually worse in the morning compared to the classic pain of osteoarthritis where the pain worsens over the day as the joints are used. Extra-articular manifestations also distinguish rheumatoid arthritis from osteoarthritis (hence it is a multisystemic disease). For example, most RA patients also suffer with anemia, either as a consequence of the disease itself (anaemia of chronic disease) or as a consequence of gastro- intestinal bleeding as a side effect of drugs used in treatment, especially NSAIDs used for analgesia. Hepatosplenomegaly may occur with concurrent leukopaenia (Felty’s syndrome), and lymphocytic infiltration may affect the salivary and lacrimal glands (Sjögren’s syndrome). Pericarditis, pleurisy, alveolitis, scleritis, and subcutaneous nodules are other features.

Ozone Therapy can help with rheumatoid arthritis as ozone can fight inflammation, reduce pain, decrease swelling, breaks up uric acid, enhance calcium uptake and ozone speeds up recovery of damaged tissues.

In this article you can read more about antialgic effect of ozone therapy:

15 Jan '19

Ozonated Oils For Nails: Pamper Your Nails

Posted by Marin Crangaci
Did you know that nails grow about 2-3mm every month? Another interesting fact is that women’s nails grow faster than mens’ except for the nail on the left ring finger. Weird, I know!
Growing long fingernails can be tough especially when your nails are prone to brittleness and breakage – but when using ozonated oils, you can not only get longer nails but also protect them from breakage, thinning, splits, beau lines and brittleness, a.k.a, get the healthiest nails ever!
Honestly, no one really wants to admit they have a problem with toenail fungus. It’s just so embarrassing, and you feel like it means you’re unclean. But the fact is that fungal toenail infections can happen to anyone at any time simply by walking around barefooted. Whether it’s walking in the mud in the creek or playing in the pool at the Y, your skin and nails are exposed to infectious fungi without you even realizing it.
Toenail fungus is an unsightly condition, and it’s quite the bummer during the summer months if your nails discolored and irregular. Medical treatments and home remedies for toenail fungus can take several months to completely rid your nail of infection. So it’s vitally important to recognize the symptoms of infection and begin treatment early on before it gets out of control.
Toenail fungus is not a fun situation to experience, but it does occur more often than you realize. In some areas of the world, as much as 24% of the population is affected by onychomycosis – the scientific name for fungal nail infection. 
Fungal infections of the nail are caused by many fungal species that exist in our environment. The most common toenail fungus is a dermatophyte species, but yeast and mold can also infect your nails.
Fungus thrives in hot, moist environments. Many people are exposed to the causative agent of toenail fungus by walking barefoot in public areas such as nail salons, gym showers, and swimming pools.  The fungus that causes athlete’s foot can also spread to your toenails if left untreated.
Toenails that are damaged are more likely to become infected, and wearing shoes that constrict your feet and hold in heat and moisture make infection more likely. Certain autoimmune diseases, immune-suppressing medications, and health conditions like diabetes can also make your toenails more susceptible to fungal infection.
Toenail fungus is easy to notice on unpainted nails. Early on in the course of infection, you first notice some discoloration of your toenail. The discoloration may start out white but eventually begins to turn a yellow/brown color or even black as the fungus goes untreated. Brittle, cracking, or thickened toenails are also a common symptom of toenail fungus.  
Left untreated, it can feel as if you have an ingrown toenail or some form of growth underneath that toenail. In more extreme situations where toenail fungus has gone untreated, you may notice that the toenail is pulling away from the nail bed. It’s important to start treating toenail fungus as soon as you notice the first symptom as it can be very difficult to rid yourself completely of this infection.


Ozonated Coconut Oil is perfect for skin as anti-fungi treatment, ozone oil absorbs into skin and fungus can not survive in activated oxygen presence. Ozonated oil therapy is used as form of local treatment on fungals areas.
Coconut ozonated oil – contains lots of amazing fatty acids that provide intensive hydration and natural moisture to dry and brittle nail beds and cuticles.  Coconut ozonated oil also helps repair damaged collagen inside nail beds, improving strength and promoting healthy nail growth.  And because coconut ozonated oil is made of very small-sized molecules, it penetrates between the nail layers and is able to go deeper into the nail to condition and soften it.


 Clean the wound with clean water ( preferably distilled water ) with clean cloth, towel or cotton and pad dry. Carefully apply ozonated oil to the wound area and leave it  because it dries up very quickly and form a layer of scab which prevent the raw exposes directly to the dirt and bacteria in the air. Repeat for 3-4 time per day.

For a better effect use a 1-2 teaspoon of ozonated oil orally once per day.

At least 10 days of therapy is recommended.

04 Jan '19

Ozone Therapy in Animals

Posted by Marin Crangaci
Ozone therapy has been utilized and heavily studied for 150 years. Its effects are proven, consistent, and safe for use in pets. Used to treat infections, wounds, and multiple diseases, ozone’s effectiveness has been well documented. The Florida Medical Association published a text by Charles J. Kenworth, MD on medical ozone therapy in 1885! Heads of leading medical institutions in the U.S. contributed to a 1929 book “Ozone and its Therapeutic Actions” describing the treatment of 114 diseases using ozone.
 In 1933, the American Medical Association began its systematic suppression of all modalities of treatment that did not complement its liaison with the emerging pharmacologic and diagnostic industries, and ozone therapy along with many other useful therapies were methodically eliminated from the educational process and exposure to the public in the U.S. Less suppression has occurred in Europe and other countries, especially in Russia. Today in Germany and other countries, ozone therapy is commonplace. Over 7000 doctors in Germany use it daily.

The physiologic actions of ozone are many, the simplest of which is to provide sufficient oxygen to allow complete oxidation of sugars and other fuels to produce sufficient energy and to “burn clean” to CO2, water, and inert end products. If not enough oxygen is available, then incomplete oxidation occurs, producing carbon monoxide, lactic acid, and partially oxidized toxins that inhibit further oxygen metabolism and clog the system, tying up hemoglobin, water, and the mechanisms for function and elimination. In all animals it serves as an anticancer, antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal agent. Ozone is unsurpassed, especially since there are no appreciable side effects.

Ozone has been found to be an extremely safe medical therapy for pets, free from side effects other than respiratory irritation which clears up with a dose of Vitamin C. Ozone treatment is safe because healthy cells are surrounded by an enzyme coating, which ozone does not penetrate. Bacteria and viruses have no such coatings and are oxidized on contact with ozone. Ozone also promotes the production of glutathione peroxidase, catalase, reductase, and super-oxide dismutase, which are the enzymes forming the cell wall coating and, therefore, cellular immunity is enhanced.

Oxygenation. Oxygen deficiency is key to the development and progression of all disease processes. Doctor Otto Warburg’s work, confirmed by many others, shows that this deficit and subsequent toxin buildup is the fundamental cause of all degenerative disease.

Detoxification. Ozone potentiates free radical scavenging substances and systems in the body, inducing the production of superoxide dismutase, catalase, and glutathione peroxidase. Antioxidants help the body to protect itself from excessive oxidative damage caused by multiple free radicals, many of which are deactivated by ozone. The support of free radical scavenging systems is important but only oxygen can improve the deficit that makes cells vulnerable to oxidative damage in the first place. Long-term ozone therapy can be augmented by supplementation with antioxidants, but normally they should not be administered within 4 to 12 hours of ozone therapies.

Supportive of other treatments, ozone potentiates complete oxidation and helps to maintain more normal body temperature and increases the effects of most hormones, vitamins, herbs, homeopathics, and drugs. Concurrent ozone administration reduces the amount of chemotherapeutic drugs needed to achieve the effect by ¼ to ¾. It complements chelation therapies and frequently improves the effect and sense of well-being in patients. Also, ozone therapy facilitates the rapid resolution of healing crises in pets started by other treatments.


Some veterinary practices are using ozonated olive oil for hot spots, skin wounds, dermatitis, abscesses, gingivitis, ringworm and more. We even sell it to a zoo where it is used with an older gorilla for skin problems.

A major advantage to ozonated oils for pets is that they are non-toxic and do not have a long list of side effects. If the animal licks the oil, you won’t have to worry about rushing him to the vet. Ozonated oil made with organic oils and no preservatives or stabilizers is one of the most natural options available.

Because animals are different, with different allergies and skin types, you’ll want to consider your pet’s individual needs before use (and talk to your vet about whether ozonated oils are right for the situation if you have questions). Animals with sensitive skin may do better with ozonated jojoba oil. Ozonated olive oil is often preferred for normal skin. Ozonated hemp oil is sometimes used, but keep in mind that it is very strong. You’ll want to watch your pet’s reaction to make sure the oil is the right fit for her skin type.