Ozonated Oils as Antimicrobial Systems in Topical Applications. Their Characterization, Current Applications, and Advances in Improved Delivery Techniques

Type: Literature review

Author:  Elena Ugazio 1 , Vivian Tullio 2 , Arianna Binello 1 , Silvia Tagliapietra


In conclusion, ozone has provided a great deal compelling evidence for its use in topical administration and has an appropriate safety profile, especially when administered as ozonated oil. Ozonated oils have demonstrated activity and can be proposed for use in the prevention and treatment of chronic local infections, in appropriate formulations and in controlled cases, as an alternative to topical antimicrobial agents.

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