Ozone Therapy


Ozone Therapy

Ozone for therapeutic purposes

Medical ozone is always used as a mix of pure ozone and pure oxygen. Depending on what it's being used for, the concentration of ozone can range anywhere from 1-100 µg/ml (0.05%-5%). An ozone therapist or a doctor will assess your condition and determine the best course of treatment for you.

Characteristics and effect

Medical ozone is a powerful disinfectant, capable of fighting infections. It can be used to disinfect wounds and to treat diseases caused by bacteria or viruses. Because it improves blood circulation, it is often used to treat circulatory disorders and helps the body perform better.

When used at a low dose, ozone can increase the body’s immunity, meaning it’ll help the immune system to function better.

When your body is exposed to this ozone, it responds by producing cytokines, a special type of messenger cell. Ozone is a great new tool for fighting infection because it stimulates your body's natural defenses to resist disease. This leads to especially successful results in medical ozone treatments, especially for patients who are resistant to other therapies.

Major autohemotherapy has been found to activate the body’s own defence system that destroys free radicals. That's why it's used in chronic inflammatory diseases


Thanks to its selective properties, medical ozone is used in 4 basic areas:

  • In the treatment of circulatory disorders and geriatrics
  • In the treatment of viral diseases, for example hepatitits from liver diseases or herpes,
  • The fat tissues in the body are selectively heated by the RF technology and so there is better clinical outcomes.
  • For example, in ulcers that are difficult to heal and inflammatory diseases. For instance, an open sore on the leg (ulcus cruris).
  • Inflammatory bowel diseases (colitis, proctitis)
  • Burns, scalds and infected wounds, fungal infections
  • In cancer treatments, ozone is usually used in the form of "major autohemotherapy" or as "minor autohemotherapy" in low doses as an additive or complementary to your immune system.

Application methods

If you inhale ozone gas, it can irritate your lungs and cause a lot of problems. On the back of recent clinical studies, five forms of application have been approved:

  • Major autohemotherapy
  • Minor autohemotherapy
  • External therapy
  • Rectal or vaginal ozone application
  • Intra-articular injection of ozone

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Why should I see an esthetician?

Skin care is very important to maintain its healthy and youthful look. So estheticians are trained on giving certain treatments to maintain the skin qualities. In skin care, they help balance oil-moisture balance and give a healthy and tuneful appearance. Many different treatments and products exist to help shield skin from environmental hazards, with a diverse range of degrees of efficacy. Products are available for combating fine lines, wrinkles, and an uneven skin tone.

Estheticians also have skills in dealing with acne, rosacea, eczema and a whole bunch of other conditions. Taking care of your skin can actually be a lot of fun! There are so many different kinds of treatments available- from facials to peelings- and it's always nice to be pampered. Plus, if the end result is gorgeous, glowing skin, doesn't that just make you look younger?

What's the difference between dermatology, cosmetology?

Dermatology is a branch of the medical profession and can only be practiced by licensed physicians. The practitioners specialize in skin disorders. Esthetician services are strictly limited to treatments that are preventative in nature or not medical; for anything that does require guidance from a medical professional, you should see a dermatologist. That said, estheticians can provide complementary or supplementary services to ensure that the skin is functioning properly. In addition, estheticians are throughout their training to recognise medical signs affecting the skin, and will refer you to a dermatologist in such a case.

Cosmetology includes the study of beauty treatments including nail care, hair care and styling, makeup application, and skin care. Esthetics is a part of cosmetology. Some estheticians work in other branches of cosmetology beyond their skin care practice.

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With any cosmetic procedure, there are always risks involved - but safety is the priority.

Our practitioners will provide you with a friendly and honest opinion to provide the safest treatment option. Aside from their medical expertise, they will also talk to you about any aesthetic risks associated with the procedure. 

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