A powerful combination of Medical Ozone and Extra Virgin Olive Oil, used as an alternative preparation for the following skin ailments:
- Leg Ulcers
- Bed Sores
- Herpes Simplex
- Bee Stings
- Insect Bites
- Acne and other skin-related problems
- Skin Yeast
- Sweat Gland Infections
- Tinea Versicolor
It is also helpful for the post-surgical treatment of wounds to prevent secondary infections.
Test the ozone gel on a small patch of your skin before use; a very small population of the world may have an allergic reaction to ozone as it is very strong.
So what makes the Ozonated Jojoba Oil better than the original Ozone Gel?
Natural Jojoba oil, which is harvested from Jojoba beans, is produced in limited quantities in South Africa (and indeed, worldwide) and is rich in natural Vitamin E for starters. It’s much softer on the skin and has a milder aroma than ozonated olive oil. One could say it’s a far more comfortable product all round.
Jojoba oil is already used as a base or additive in numerous products including moisturisers, shampoos and conditioners and is often applied in its raw oil form directly to the skin or hair with excellent results. Jojoba oil also has natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. And now we’ve combined it with the awesome power of natural Ozone gas.
Jojoba Oil And Ozone Gas
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Great on nappy rash
12 Jan, 2014, By kay
It has a slight lemon smell which I like.
I used this on my babys nappy rash and it was amazing. It was a fungal rash and this cream soothed it then cleared it within days. On the recommendation of my doctor I shall continue to use it for another 2 weeks.
It is expensive for a nappy cream but I shall continue to use it because a happy baby is a happy mummy.