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PurO3 Ozonated Oils

PurO3 Ozonated Oils

Ozonated Oils

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Also with Lavender or Vanilla

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Ozonated Oil Deodorants

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Ozonated Oil Soaps

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Ozonated Oil Capsules

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Mouth & Gum Health

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Suppositories

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PurO3 Ozonated Oils are made with pure oxygen and can provide a variety of benefits.

Ozonated oils are rapidly growing in popularity. Why? Combine the potential benefits of ozone with the skin and beauty benefits of olive, jojoba, hemp, coconut and sunflower oils and you have a perfect addition to your health and beauty routine.

See all PurO3 products, including ozonated oils, full spectrum hemp, and samples.

Find out more about each oil below or call us at 888-742-3404 with any questions.

Which oil do I need?

Ozonated Olive Oil is the "everything" oil. It is used for wound care, skin issues, dry skin, eczema, diaper rash and dozens more. Ozonated Jojoba Oil doesn't hold as much ozone but is very absorbable, making it perfect for beauty applications, wrinkles, skin care and acne. Ozonated Coconut Oil is a lot like Jojoba and is good for beauty, hair care, skin care and has excellent antimicrobial, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Ozonated Sunflower Oil is very similar to olive but holds more ozone. Ozonated Hemp Oil holds the most ozone of all the oils and is water-resistant, making it very popular with people who are around water or want the strongest antibacterial and antiviral properties. Ozonated Castor Oil is a wonderful enhanced skin oil that combines the benefits of castor and ozone. Ozonated Avocado Oil is almost the same strength as olive but with different properties.

Olive, Coconut and Jojoba are available unscented or scented. We also have a number of special formulations using ozonated oils. You can see all of the options above.

What is the oil strength spectrum?

Each oil has a different amount of 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids and each fatty acid is weighed differently for the formula. The final number is called the Potential Ozonide Index (POI). See the formula and chart below.

The formula: Omega 3s (x3) + Omega 6s (x2) + Omega 9s (x1) = POI