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O2-Zap is produced by bubbling ozone through organic, cold-pressed olive oil. This process takes 3 to 6 months and causes the olive oil to change into an off-white paste that can be applied to the skin to provide beneficial oxygen.
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1. Where can I use O2-Zap? Use O2-Zap on any affected area; avoid contact with eyes.
2. Why is the benefit of O2-Zap? O2-Zap releases oxygen to the skin, a process that can last for 12 hours or more!
3. What does O2-Zap smell like? O2-Zap is concentrated oxygen and ozone and has been described as having a strong ozone characteristic.
Use on alternating days or as needed to moisturize, condition, and reoxygenate dermal tissue and to promote the natural beauty and health of your skin.
O2-Zap is produced by bubbling ozone through olive oil. This procedure usually takes 3 to 6 months of 24-hour a day bubbling. During this time, the olive oil becomes an off-white paste.
O2-Zap does not have an expiration date. Some reports suggest ozonated olive oil can remain stable up to 17 years. For long-term storage, O2-Zap should be stored in your refrigerator or freezer. Dr. Hansler tested a sample of ozonated olive oil after it had been refrigerated for 10 years and found it to be 98% as effective as a fresh batch.
O2-Zap contains the highest saturation of ozone and oxygen ever developed. Ozone is unstable and virtually impossible to stabilize. Achieving a stable 1.5% ozone in O2-Zap is a breakthrough. The O2/O3 saturation level is 500% or more during the bonding process. Our system produces the best bonding action of O2/O3 to olive oil WITHOUT affecting the beneficial qualities of the olive oil.
For best results, refrigeration is recommended. However, it can be stored at room temperature away from direct sunlight or heat.