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PostPosted: Fri Sep 18, 2015 7:21 am 
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How to Get Rid of Sunburn and Sunspots – Ozonated Olive Oil

Few experiences are as relaxing as getting out for a walk or a trip to the beach on a bright, sunny day. But despite our best intentions, it is common to suffer from a painful, itchy sunburn. Effective protection against ultraviolet (UV) exposure requires knowledge of what to look for in sunscreens Without effective protection, sunspots are a very common result of skin damaged by overexposure to the sun’s rays. So, here are facts and natural remedies you can use to soothe your skin and help with the discoloration that excess UV exposure causes.


8 Facts About Sunburn and Skin Sunspots

Here’s some facts about sunburn and skin sunspots that you may need to know in order to avoid their occurrence:

Damage Occurs From UVA and UVB

There are two bands of ultraviolet radiation that affect your skin – UVA (Ultraviolet A) and UVB (Ultraviolet B). When buying sunscreen, look for labels that indicate protection from both UVB and UVA rays. Generally, most sunscreens that include the term “broad-spectrum protection” offer defense against both.

O2-Zap® ozonated olive oil is loaded with oxygen and ozone to help promote healthy skin. May help with eczema, acne, wrinkles, swelling and irritation.

UVB Rays May Be Good For You

UVB rays are also known as the ‘tanning’ rays. In the right amount, they’re good for you as they penetrate into your epidermis, the top layer of skin, to stimulate vitamin D production and produce melanin, the skin pigment that tans and protects your skin.

Excessive Ray Exposure Leads to Damage

Get too much UVB and you get sunburned. Frequent burning does more than make you blister and peel. It can lead to squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma, two of the most common forms of skin cancer.

UVA Rays Are the Most Damaging

UVA rays penetrate deep into your dermis, or lower layer of skin, and overexposure has been linked to the deadly form of skin cancer melanoma.

Know SPF Language

SPF tells you how much longer your skin will take to burn. An SPF 20 sunscreen takes 20 times longer to redden than skin without sunscreen.

Be Discriminatory Toward Certain Sunscreens

Avoid sunscreens that contain toxic chemicals, such as: Avobenzone, Fragrance, Oxybenzone, Parabens, Vitamin A in the form of retinyl palmitate (when exposed to UV rays, it releases skin-damaging free radicals).

O2-Zap® ozonated olive oil is loaded with oxygen and ozone to help promote healthy skin. May help with eczema, acne, wrinkles, swelling and irritation.

Look for Sunspots

Sunspots occur on areas of skin regularly exposed to the sun and may appear darker or lighter than your normal skin tone. They can also be flat or raised, may cause a slight itching, and can have a scaly appearance.

Be Aware of Blisters

Blisters are a sign of severe skin damage. These can be carefully drained, but do not peel the skin off to avoid infections and further discomfort.

Natural Sunburn Relief and Remedies

The following natural home remedies offer excellent relief for sunburned skin.

Aloe Vera calms burns and soothes skin You can find fresh aloe vera gel at most health food stores or right off the aloe vera plant in your home. Apply the gel to your skin before and after peeling as this will encourage faster burn healing. It also helps heal sunspots on your skin by encouraging cell regeneration.

Coconut Oil contains fatty acids that moisturize your skin, plus it contains vitamin E that helps repair and nourish your skin.

Milk, like coconut oil, has fatty acids that act as a moisturizer. It also cools your skin affected by sunburn and lightens sunspots. Take a gauze pad, dip it in milk, and dab it directly on your burnt skin or the sunspot you want to heal.

Sandalwood and turmeric paste is an ancient Ayurvedic remedy for burnt and inflamed skin. To use this salve, combine equal amounts of these herbs together with a little cool water to form a paste. Apply to your sunburn for 15-20 minutes, then remove and clean the area with cool, clean water.

Witch hazel is an astringent that delivers extended relief from inflammation Apply often by dipping gauze or cotton balls into the liquid and wiping onto the affected skin.

Soothe Your Skin with Ozonated Olive Oil

A great remedy to boost the healing process of sunburns is ozonated olive oil Olive oil improves the speed of burn healing and it has antibacterial properties that help keep wounds clean. [1] [2] Ozonated olive oil like O2-Zap® delivers both olive oil and oxygen to the skin. This combination calms nerves and reduces the swelling and redness of a sunburn as the oil and oxygen stimulate growth of skin cells for faster healing. Here’s what a couple of my customers have said:

“I use it as a night cream daily; for quicker healing of wounds due to improved circulation, on sunspots and sun damaged skin.” – Hilda

“After nearly a month of daily usage, her skin lightened, evened out, and the sun damage spotting on her upper cheeks have faded.” – Tasia

Do you have experience using ozonated olive oil or other natural remedies for sunspots or sunburns? Share your thoughts with the community below.

-Dr. Edward F. Group III, DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM

O2-Zap® ozonated olive oil is loaded with oxygen and ozone to help promote healthy skin. May help with eczema, acne, wrinkles, swelling and irritation.


1. Najmi M1, Vahdat Shariatpanahi Z2, Tolouei M3, Amiri Z4. Effect of oral olive oil on healing of 10-20% total body surface area burn wounds in hospitalized patients Burns. 2015 May;41(3):493-6. doi: 10.1016/j.burns.2014.08.010.

2. Edraki M1, Akbarzadeh A, Hosseinzadeh M, et al. Healing effect of sea buckthorn, olive oil, and their mixture on full-thickness burn wounds Adv Skin Wound Care. 2014 Jul;27(7):317-23. doi: 10.1097/01.ASW.0000451061.85540.f9.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 18, 2015 10:00 am 

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 04, 2016 9:44 am 

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I like lying on the beach every summer. So, sunspot is inevitable. After going home from the beach, i often use some natural materials to remove bad sunspot in my skin. You can refer some tips below:

1. Lemon
Lemon makes it possible to become one of the most impressive treatments for sunspots. It is loaded with Vitamin C and other essential nutrients. Basically, lemon helps lighten dark spots and subsequently eliminating sunspots and making your skin back to its normal color.

How to apply:

Take a fresh lemon and squeeze half of it
Rub the juice directly on the sunspots
Leave it on for 15 minutes
Perform the treatment daily until those sunspots are gone

2. Butter Milk
Butter milk is known as not only a good opt for making some food products richer and creamier in flavor but also an impressive natural home remedies for sunspots on skin. Due to the lactic acid found in butter milk, it can exfoliate the skin as well as remove the dead skin layer to replace a new skin layer underneath. Butter milk is safe to use since it can also help moisturize the skin.

How to apply:

Place a little dosage of butter milk on the cotton ball and apply it on the skin
Leave it on for a few minutes
Rinse off the sunspots areas with water
Practice the treatment on a daily basis to receive better results.

Source: Authority Remedies.

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