Ozone Skin Therapy and Hydro-Massage

Tag Trans Mobile Dog Grooming offers skin therapy for dogs who may be suffering from a variety of skin conditions.

What is Ozone?

Ozone (O3) is an energized form of oxygen (O2) with extra electrons. Ozone is a naturally occurring component of fresh air. It can be produced by the ultra violet rays of the sun reacting with the Earth’s upper atmosphere, which creates  protective ozone layer, or it can be created artificially with an ozone generator. At our spa we have a special Hydro-Massage machine that has the ability to generate O3 while the pet is getting a skin therapy. The difference between oxygen and ozone is that the ozone molecule contains three oxygen atoms whereas the oxygen molecule contains only two. Ozone is the most powerful and rapid acting oxidizer man can produce, and will  oxidize all bacteria, mold and yeast spores, organic material and viruses.

Ozone is not only a very powerful oxidizing agent, but also a very powerful non-chemical disinfectant. It has the unique feature of decomposing to a harmless nontoxic environmentally safe material, namely oxygen. In Europe, ozone is used for many purposes: color removal, taste and odor removal, turbidity reduction,  organics removal, micro flocculation, iron and manganese oxidation, and most commonly, bacterial disinfection and viral disinfection.

Conditions that Hydro-Massage and Skin Ozone Therapies can treat
    Malassezia Dermatitis

    Dermatitis Flea-Allergy
    Dermatitis Food–Allergy
    Atopic Dermatitis

    Moist Seborrhea
    Dry Seborrhea

    for skin and coat nourishment, a force & barrier against external agents

    Surgical Shavings
    Follicular Atrophy
    Adentitis of Sebaceous Glands
    Follicular Dystrophy
    Alopecia of Color Dilution
    Skin Hydration

    To combat proliferation of bacteria and malassezia that cause itching

    Prevent or treat infection encourage healing

    Soothe arthiritic joints
    Post-surgical orthopedic joint therapies – following healed incision

For more information about Ozone Skin Therapy

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