Using ozonated olive oil for teeth and gums has jumped in popularity thanks to several articles about the potential benefits. Mercola recently wrote that ozonated olive oil is good for everyday dental hygiene. So what can ozonated oil do? Ozone is known for its power in killing bacteria, viruses and fungi, as well as and a plethora of other problems. It has been shown to promote healing by offering a soothing treatment for fungal infections, dermatitis, infection sites, periodontal pockets and more. It’s safely used for air and water purification and in treatment around the world. Because the mouth can breed viruses and bacteria, ozonated olive oil offers a fast and easy way to apply ozone directly where it’s needed. Several dentists have noted the possible advantages of ozonated olive oil for fighting cold sores and relieving the pain they cause. People already using ozonated olive oil for teeth have noted success against tooth decay, gingivitis and cracked lips.
- Acts as a free-radical scavenger on harmful toxins
- Acts as a moisturizing facial conditioner
- Aids in healing processes and reduces scarring
- Calms nerves and reduces pain in certain skin conditions and over sensitized nerves
- Cleans skin infections and sterilizes the epidermis
- Increases cellular function and cellular memory
- Promotes healthy skin conditions
- Reduces swelling and inflammation
- Stimulates skin cell growth
- Accelerates the appearance of healing of wounds and ulcers
- Acts as an treatment reducing fine lines and wrinkles
- Helps protect and reduce damage caused by skin exposure
- Helps prevent and reverse degenerative skin conditions
- Stimulates blood circulation
- Activates red blood cell circulation
How should I apply these oils?
Many of the people who have used this product have found the best results by applying a small amount and massaging the oil in. After leaving on for 30 – 60 minutes, dab off the excess oil with a dry napkin. Another popular application is to use in the shower or bath where the heat helps open the pores and allows the oil to penetrate skin tissue.
Will this stuff cure everything?
No, in we do not make any claim as to what it can or cannot help with.
Why does ozonated oil smell the way it does? Is it bad?
Ozonated oil has a distinct smell that some may consider pungent or rancid. This is the smell of ozone and the reaction of ozone in oil. It has not gone bad as far as the intended application for skin health. Once oils are ozonated, they are no longer in the original state and should not be ingested or used in cooking.
Are the oils - and/or organic?
Yes, our oils are all organic.
We strive to only use the best in quality, and evaluate our suppliers for the best and healthiest. It bears noting that the ozonation process also breaks down pesticides, herbicides and growth-promoting antibiotics. Therefore, even in the event of incorrect or misleading on various oils, rest assured that the ozone will eliminate any harmful or undesirable pollutants.
Do you use a pure oxygen feed?
Yes, all of our generators are fed by a pure oxygen feed, which is free of contaminants and nitric oxides.
Is the ozone generator used to produce these oils medical grade?
Yes, our generators are medical grade. In terms of ozone generators, this means that the ozone is produced in and only comes in contact with material, such as glass, or silicone.
Do you use corona process or plasma?
The corona process actually creates the plasma field. The term “plasma” is often used incorrectly with reference to ozone generators. Ozone is only produced by corona discharge or UV. Our process is no-heat, cold corona in a glass tube, which is referred to by some as “cold plasma.”
What is the shelf life? How long is the oil good for?
Studies have shown that ozonated oil maintains potency at room temperature for at least 1 – 2 years, and frozen, for over 10 years.
The oil melted in shipping, is it still good?
It is still good. Melting to a liquid form for a few days will not disrupt the quality at all. Simply refrigerate and the oil will return to a solid state.
Should I keep the oil refrigerated or frozen?
Keep the oil frozen for long-term storage. For frequent use, keep the oil refrigerated or below room temperature. It is ideal to keep the oil cool enough to maintain a solid state and vaseline-like consistency for easy application.
The oil is too hard and difficult to dispense and apply, what should I do?
If you have a jar with a smaller mouth, such as our round jars, you can run a little warm water over the jar and it will begin to liquify rather quickly.
My skin broke out after using this, is this normal?
It does happen to a small percentage of users of this product. As with any skin product that causes a reaction, discontinue use.
What is your refund policy?
We offer no-questions-asked refunds to all customers within 30 days of your purchase. If you are not satisfied with our product, then simply send us an email and we will refund your purchase right away. Our goal has always been to create a happy, thriving community. If you are not thrilled with the product or are not enjoying the experience, then we have no interest in forcing you to stay an unhappy member.
Please Note: *This oil may melt during shipping. Please refrigerate prior to opening in order for the oil to solidify again. The integrity of the oil will not be compromised if melted or at room temperature for up to 4 months. To maintain Vaseline-like consistency or for long-term storage, keep refrigerated or even frozen.
ZoneO3 oils are 100% free of GMOs, fillers, stabilizers, additives, preservatives, nitrous oxides and dyes. Our ozone feed is from 98% pure oxygen from medical grade oxygen concentrators. All jars are security sealed for your protection and refrigerated to maintain stability, potency and shelf life.
Choose between: organic coconut oil or organic olive oil (unscented)
Ozonated Oils are not intended for treating or preventing disease and affecting the structure or any function of the body.