Fall Skincare Tips
Fall is upon us! That means changing leaves, cooler weather, and, sadly, drier skin. The drop in temperature coincides with a drop in humidity levels, which can lead to a reduction in moisture for your skin. This dryness causes your skin to compensate by creating excess sebum, leading to breakouts.
Soap: Know What You're Putting On Your Skin
We use soap to remove all the dirt, grime, and bacteria we accumulate on our skin throughout the day. To enhance the cleansing properties, sometimes manufacturers add ingredients to make it antibacterial. This helps prevent illnesses and unwanted skin conditions.
Hair Mask: Coconut and Tea Tree Oil
Dandruff is a common scalp condition associated with the disruption of the bacterial and fungal microbiomes. It causes annoying, itchy, flaky skin without visible inflammation. The key to managing dandruff is general scalp maintenance, as well as an antifungal and anti-inflammatory treatment. You really want to make sure your scalp microbiome stays in homeostasis. Thankfully, there’s a great natural treatment to help with that.
What's the deal with tea tree oil?
Derived from the Australian native plant Melaleuca alternifolia, tea tree oil has been popular for skin use for many years because of its antimicrobial properties. It is popular as the active ingredient in many topical formulations used to treat skin infections.
Let's Talk About Rosehip Seed Oil
Rose oil has been used in the cosmetic industry for centuries. There are reports about roses in old Chinese and Sanskrit texts. There are rose fossils dating from 40 million years ago to back this up. It is also said that the genus Rosa originates from the Sundarbans in India. This is called “the pharmacy of the world” because more than a quarter of the medicinal drugs known today are based on plants from these forests.
Soak up the...Sun Damage?
Nothing ruins fun in the sun like a nasty sunburn. When we think about burns, we think about heat, but sunburns do not result from the heat of the sun. UV radiation coming into contact with our skin causes sunburns. This radiation can affect and damage not only proteins and membranes within the skin but can damage DNA itself. This damage cannot be reversed. Thankfully, there are natural remedies to help soothe the skin as it begins its healing process.
Why Choose Ozonated Sunflower Oil?
Ozone has potent germicidal properties. Because of this, we use it for disinfection and sanitization in a variety of industries. In recent years, practitioners have also used it in dermatology to help with allergic diseases, wound healing, and ulcer recovery. These benefits make ozone popular in combination with an oil, such as sunflower oil, for topical usage.
Oil Pulling: An Ancient Practice in the Modern World
If you like mouthwash, you’ll love oil pulling. Initially, oil pulling may sound like some kind of complex exercise, another obstacle for the brain. In reality, oil pulling is simply “swishing.” Although the term “oil pulling” may not be one that comes up in casual conversation, oil pulling is not a new practice by any means: in fact, it’s ancient.
Finding relief from the itch and pain of big bites is easy
Nobody likes bug bites: they itch and sting, can swell, or even become a rash if nothing is done to treat them. To combat nature’s annoyance, we created a blend of our organic ozonated oils (Sunflower, Hemp, Olive, and Avocado) with the inclusion of two other powerhouse oils: clove and rosemary, in our PurO3 Bug Bite Relief.
Ingredient Highlights: Facial Serum
Not only did we include botanical remedies for your skin like jojoba, argan, rosehip, and grape seed, but in this serum's formula we also added a little special something: full spectrum hemp.
Ozonated Hemp Oil
Hemp seed oil comes from the tiny seeds of the cannabis sativa plant. The seeds do not contain any psychoactive compounds, but they still have a rich profile of nutrients, fatty acids, and useful bioactive compounds. Let’s take a look at what hemp seed oil may do for you.
Why choose Ozonated Coconut Oil?
It’s natural to assume that ozonated oils with higher ozone properties will be more effective. While certain cases may definitely call for an oil that’s on the higher end of the scale, more is not always better. This is absolutely the case when it comes to our Ozonated Coconut Oil.
Jojoba Oil: Your New Favorite Oil
Jojoba oil was initially extracted from its seeds by the O'odham tribe to treat sores and wounds. The collection and processing of the seeds marked the beginning of jojoba domestication in the early 1970s.
Ozonated Sunflower Oil and Pets
Sunflower oil has been a part of the cosmetic and medical industries for years. More recently, ozonated sunflower oil has gained popularity among veterinarians for use on pets. It is being used to help animals with skin wounds, poor dental health, and common everyday issues like skin irritation. If you've been looking for an all-natural option for your animals, sunflower is a great choice.
Why is ozonated olive oil "The Everything Oil"?
Ozonated olive oil is by far the most well-known and popular ozone oil in the world. For many years it was one of the only oils available with ozone and is still considered the gold standard for most people. What makes it so desirable? There are several reasons, and we’ll go over them now.
A Dad's Introduction to Ozonated Oils
When I first started working for PurO3 I wasn’t sure what ozone was and knew nothing about ozonated oils. It wasn’t until after I worked here for a few months that I began using any of the oils we produced. Once I started using them, I found having ozonated oils on hand is very useful for myself and my family.
What's in your deodorant?
At this point you’ve probably heard about how applying deodorant everyday may lead to cancer. But how? What are the chemicals found in deodorant? What do they actually do to the body? Why do companies put them in deodorant in the first place? You’re a scroll away from your answers.
5 Reasons Castor Oil Should Be On Your Beauty Shelf
You all know the drill with coconut oil and olive oil by now. But do you know about castor oil? The uses for this oil seem endless, which is why it is often referred to as a “wonder oil”. Below you can find exactly what castor oil is and some of its common uses.
Bioavailability Through Rectal Administration: Suppositories & Enemas
Have you ever wondered why suppositories and enemas work so well? That would be because of the bioavailability available through the rectum. In this article you can find out about the anatomy of the rectum and how this is possible.
It’s The Glow For Me: Your Serum, Oil, & Moisture Guide
Your skin is crying out to you, but what does it need? Everyone has heard the terms facial serum, facial oil, cream, and moisturizer. But what's the difference between them, and how and when should you use them?
Tackling toe and nail fungus naturally
PurO3 Toe & Nail support is a great product if you are dealing with tough fungal issues on the toe and nail. Unfortunately this issue affects far more people than you would think and for some can be a difficult thing to eliminate.
10 Foods That Can Help Keep Your Skin Bright
We are always trying to find ways to keep our skin glowing and bright with our skincare routines. But did you know that the foods you eat can assist you with this? You may have made a face mask from some of the foods listed below, but the helpful properties don’t end with external applications. In this case the saying, “You are what you eat,” is true.
Air Bubbles in Ozonated Oils
Have you received a jar of ozonated oil only to open it and find that it did not seem completely filled? When this happens, it does not necessarily mean you were shorted product. This is a completely normal occurrence and you can rest assured there is a sensible explanation.
Benefits of CBD Oil Video
Are you interested in some of the benefits of CBD oil? We've completed a new video that lays out three proven benefits.
Ozonated Oils by Consistency and Strength
There are multiple ways to choose the right ozonated oil for you, but one of the most common questions has to do with strength and consistency. In this article we will tell you about both and answer the question, What’s the strongest oil in the consistency I want?
How to get rid of skin tags
Skin tags are a common issue that are harmless and usually only cause pain if caught on clothing or jewelry. They are essentially benign growths of excess skin on the neck, eyelids, armpits and elsewhere. Some people only get one at a time while others can deal with hundreds.Skin tags can be a little unsightly, [...] Read More-->
PurO3 Ozonated Coconut Oil reviewed at romyraves.com
Originally posted June 2013. Popular blog Romy Raves featured PurO3 Ozonated Coconut Oil in the article Spring Trend Alert: Cuckoo For Coconuts. Here’s a bit of what she had to say:“I discovered PurO3 Activated Oxygen Skin Care in the emerging brands section of Expo West this year and was instantly smitten with their innovative skin cream and [...] Read More-->
PurO3 Featured on Honey Colony
Originally posted June 2013. Honey Colony is a great site that offers healthy products and information and on April 28th they featured PurO3 Ozonated Oils. You can read the entire article here: Nourish Your Skin With The Power of Activated Oxygen. Click on The Buzz to see all of their latest offerings and health articles. Read More-->
PurO3 ranked number one by Thrifty Mama
Originally posted May 2013 Well-known blogger The Thrifty Mama ranked her favorite products from Natural Products Expo West and PurO3 Ozonated Oils ranked number one! Check out part of the article:“I’ve known about ozonated (activated oxygen) oils for a long time, and was so excited to find a great company that offers this kind of product [...] Read More-->
PurO3 ozonated oils and natural skin care
The purpose of PurO3 is to provide ozonated oils made with limited, organic ingredients for natural skin care. Our products consist of organic oils and organic fragrances, nothing else. No preservatives, chemicals, stabilizers or inorganics. Nothing touches your skin but truly natural products. Natural skin care and its popularity isn’t new. From ancient Egypt and Greece, [...] Read More-->