PurO3 Ozonated Olive Oil
Ozonated olive oil is a long-time favorite, a medium strength option known as “The Everything Oil”.
PurO3 Ozonated Olive Oil combines organic, cold pressed, extra virgin olive oil and ozone, giving you an oxygen-rich, soothing salve. Ozonated olive oil is popular all over the world for a variety of uses. Available Unscented or with Lavender. Also available in one ounce tubes and capsules.
Olive oil is used by many companies as a lead ingredient in soaps, lotions and cosmetics. Extra virgin olive oil comes from the first pressing of the olive fruit, making it the purest extract available. That is the type we use with PurO3 Ozonated Oils.
PurO3 Ozonated Olive Oil is powerful and fully saturated with ozone. It is made in the USA under strict controls using only organic and natural ingredients. There is a reason PurO3 is the leader in ozonated oils.
Ozonated olive oil has been used for over a century and was once sold by famed inventor Nikola Tesla. People around the world have used it on a wide variety of skin problems with great success, and in some places veterinarians are now recommending it for use on animals. View our Reviews above for what our customers have to say.
About PurO3 Activated Oxygen/Ozone: PurO3 uses a revolutionary new ozone technology called microfluidic platform technology fed with an ultra pure oxygen source. What makes this method special is the pure form of ozone produced without any heat. This allows PurO3 to provide the highest quality ozonated oil products on the market today.
Olea Europaea (olive) oil*, Activated Oxygen (Ozone). *Organic
With Lavender: lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil*
How to Use:
Apply a good dab to the affected area two to three times daily or as needed. When the salve is applied it will melt and absorb into your skin. To speed up the melting process, rub the oil into the affected area.
Olive has a medium shelf life which is why refrigeration may be necessary for irregular usage. If you plan on using all of the product within 6 months, refrigeration is not necessary.