Ozene (formerly Ozonated Gel) (1.5 oz)


Oxygenated, Ozonated, Olive Oil 

The Natural Skin Purifier and Anti-Infective Gel

What is Ozone?
Ozone is a high-energy form of oxygen and is called activated oxygen. It is one of nature’s basic elements and is part of many natural reactions. Its chemical formula is O3, meaning it is comprised of three atoms of oxygen. Ozone is naturally produced in nature when ultraviolet rays of the sun strike oxygen molecules, charging them into high energy orbits. Ozone is produced each time lightning flashes. You have probably noticed the fresh smell of ozone after a thunderstorm.

Ozone is one of nature’s super purifiers and protectors of the environment. Just as nature uses ozone to protect and renew life on earth, ozone gel can be applied to the skin so the body can absorb this special form of oxygen to help increase healthy oxygen levels internally as well as helping to protect against harmful microorganisms.

How is Ozonated Gel Made?
Ozonated gel is made using a high-voltage ozone machine which bubbles highly concentrated ozone gas through pure olive oil until it solidifies. This process takes several days of continuous gas flow. The result is an effective strength gel which looks somewhat like a salve and has the distinctive odor of ozone.

Be Aware of Your Ozone Source
All ozone is NOT created equal. If ozone is produced incorrectly, it can actually be detrimental. If ozone is produced without a pure oxygen supply, then small amounts of dangerous nitric acid compounds are formed along with the ozone. The positive charge of this nitric acid-laced ozone can cause fatigue and depression.

In contrast, the best quality ozone is produced using pure, laboratory-grade oxygen. This yields high quality ozone which has a negative charge and delivers beneficial effects. Our Premier Ozene product contains no oxides of nitrogen - an undesirable byproduct which occurs when ozone is made from ambient air. 

Uses of Ozonated Gel - Clinical research shows ozonated olive oil gel has been successfully used for the following conditions when topically applied:

  • Fungal infections (including athlete’s foot)
  • Fistula
  • Leg ulcers
  • Bed sores
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Bee stings
  • Insect bites
  • Acne and other
  • skin problems
  • warts
  • Gingivitis
  • Neck pain
  • Herpes simplex
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Vulvovaginitis
  • Scalp infections
  • Underarm deodorant
  • Athletic abrasions/
  • strains (such as sore buttocks from bicycling, wrist strain from tennis, sore feet from jogging, etc.)


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Premier Research Labs - Austin, TX.



Unrefined olive oil (pesticide free), supersaturated with medical-grade oxygen and ozone.

Other Ingredients: None. No aluminum, propylene glycol or other toxic chemicals.

Recommended Use:

For super skin health or problem areas such as insect bites, rashes, moles etc. massage a small amount 1/4 teaspoon into the area daily. In stubborn cases, apply on gauze and leave on the area overnight.

Use as a Deodorant:
Massage a small dab of gel under each armpit area. Only a tiny amount is necessary. Ozonated Gel is very strong, and if too much is used the smell of ozone can be overpowering. This is one of the most effective, nontoxic deodorants, especially for those with strong odor problems.

How Long Does Ozonated Gel Last?
Ozonated gel is extremely stable if refrigerated. It keeps almost its full efficiency for many months. Even at room temperature, once opened, it retains its effectiveness for several months. For best effect, refrigerate between uses.

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