Ozonate your skin
I'm a recent convert to ozonated skincare products. Not tried them? Oh but you must!
These are natural skincare products made with organic premium grade oils and pure oxygen. They have a variety of uses – both therapeutic and cosmetic – and the purity of the products mean they do wonders for your skin. I’m talking wrinkle-busting, deep moisturising and smoothing.
I’ve been using the Good & Health ozonated anti-aging day cream, night cream and eye cream, plus the face wash – available online from Surrey-based Glozone – for about a month, and I’m already seeing subtle, but noticeable differences. The crow’s feet around my eyes appear less pronounced, and the bags under my eyes have toned down.
At this time of year my skin is more dry and papery than a tome of War & Peace, but I’ve blitz those annoying flaky patches with the day and night cream. The night cream is especially thick, but it’s not heavy on the skin at all. The products do have distinctive smell – not bad, but it’s not a pretty herbal fragrance either.
Glozone sell a variety of products for the body, face, hair, feet and hands, as well as a selection of oral products. I’ve been using the Good & Health ozonated toothpaste, and it feels really natural and refreshing. It’s probably too soon to tell if my teeth are any whiter.
The Mescare ozonated shower gel has a pH level of 5.5 and is designed to actively increase your skin’s moisture retention, while also getting rid of bacteria. Ozone is said to be among the strongest natural disinfectants in the world.
The Good & Health Ozonised virgin olive oil can be used as a massage oil and a moisturiser. It can also aid in healing cuts, bites and stings, and reduce scarring such as acne. And the Survival power cream is used to help with muscle soreness after exercise as well as an intensive moisturiser.