Ozone Olive Oil

Conventional ozone oil uses olive oil as the base oil, 80% oleic acid in olive oil. 1.0g of oil can absorb up to 160mg of ozone. It is often used to oxygenate the skin and stimulate cell growth, clean the epidermis, treat wounds, help healing and reduce scars.

Features of ozone oil application:
(1)Spectral, ozone can kill all kinds of bacteria, fungi, viruses, molds, mycoplasma and other pathogenic microorganisms. Ozone destroys the structure of the microbial membrane by oxidation to achieve sterilization.
(2)Rapidity. After ozone reaches a certain level, it can kill pathogenic microorganisms within a few seconds to a few minutes. It is the fastest known disinfectant.
(3)Safety, the acute toxicity test of ozone shows that it is non-toxic and has no irritation to the skin, mucous membranes and eyes.
(4)Penetrability, due to the small molecular weight of O3, it has a strong penetrating effect on cell tissues. It can penetrate 2mm into the mucosa and quickly penetrate into the inner wall of pathogenic microorganisms.
(5)No drug resistance. Due to the action mechanism of ozone, the genetic material of pathogenic microorganisms is directly decomposed, and irreversible death occurs, so drug resistance does not occur.
(6)Duality, ozone kills pathogenic microorganisms while producing oxygen and gaseous water molecules, which can be absorbed by cell tissues, accelerate blood circulation, and promote skin healing in the affected area.

Greenhouse-up to 3-4 weeks, after which it may deteriorate.
Refrigerator-It is recommended to store the ozonized olive oil in the refrigerator. It will last more than 6 months after being refrigerated.
Freezer-suitable for long-term storage (more than 1 year).

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