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1) Cosmetic Skincare vs Therapeutic Skincare

2) Natural vs regular Cosmetics

Cosmetic Skincare vs Therapeutic Skincare

Cosmetic Skincare

Cosmetic skin care products available at pharmacies, beauty counters and suppermarkets are probably the ones you are most familiar with such as moisturizers, creams, cleansers, Cellulite blemishes, facial masks, eye creams, etc. These products may provide the desired instantaneous results however the fact remains they do not create structural changes in the deeper layers of the skin or improve long-term results. For this reason, they are referred to as cosmetic skin care.

Therapeutic Skincare

Therapeutic skin care products are formulated with pharmaceutical-grade ingredients whose effects have been documented in comprehensive research. In contrast to Cosmetic skin care products that are a topical solution, they will typically penetrate the deeper layers of the skin, providing the necessary biological support for healing and prevent future damage.  

Ozonated oils

In fact, from a therapeutic point of view, the ozonide compositions have the capacity to deliver active O2 and/or other useful species deep within the lesion without causing primary skin irritation (1).

 Ozone (O3) has been widely recognized as one of the best bactericidal, antiviral and antifungal agents (2,3) and it has been used empirically as a clinical therapeutic agent for chronic wounds, such as trophic ulcers, ischemic ulcers and diabetic wounds (4-6).



1)    V. Travagli , I. Zanardi, G. Valacchi and V. Bocci. Ozone and Ozonated Oils in Skin Diseases: A Review

2)    Valacchi G, Fortino V, Bocci V. The dual action of ozone on the skin. Br J Dermatol 2005; 153: 1096-100.

3)    Al-Dalain SM, Martinez G, Candelario-Jalil E, Menendez S, Re L, Giuliani A, Leon OS. Ozone treatment reduces markers of oxidative and endothelial damage in an experimental diabetes model in rats. Pharmacol Res 2001; 44: 391-6.

4)    Martinez-Sanchez G, Al-Dalain SM, Menendez S, Re L, Giuliani A, Candelario-Jalil E, Alvarez H, Fernandez-Montequin JI, Leon OS.Therapeutic efficacy of ozone in patients with diabetic foot. Eur JPharmacol 2005; 523: 151-61.

5)    Bocci V. Ozone: a new medical drug. Dordrecht: Springer, 2005.

6)    de Monte A, van der Zee H, Bocci V. Major ozonated autohemotherapy in chronic limb ischemia with ulcerations. J Altern Complement Med 2005; 11: 363-7.

Natural vs Regular cosmetics

“Organic” Ingredients farmed and processed without pesticides, chemical fertilizers, GMOs, sulphates/parabens or antibiotics. At least 70% of the product’s ingredients must be organically farmed to be rewarded the Organic label.

 “Natural” Products contain ingredients which are derived from nature, but may contain some preservatives and/or natural chemicals of 30% or more. These chemicals are not always harmful and can still be completely safe to use.

 “Synthetic” These ingredients are entirely lab-produced containing 0% naturally occurring elements or compounds and is then added as a preservative, to lengthen shelve-life, emulsifiers to bind water and oil, etc"

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Natural vs Regular Cosmetics
by R. von Landsberg
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Natural vs Regular Cosmetics
by R. von Landsberg
Natural vs Regular Cosmetics _ Rachel von Landsberg.pdf (595.6KB)