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Luxury Skincare

Luxury Skincare

Ozonated organic coconut oil is coconut oil infused with activated oxygen.
Ozonating the oil creates the luxurious consistency that absorbs into the skin easily. This luxury skincare product is perfect for our cupping massage facials. Find out more about our non-toxic skin care product recommendations.

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Luxury Skincare

Ozonated coconut oil is made by bubbling a pure, highly concentrared ozone into organic coconut oil. We used cold press coconut oil and olive oil for the base at Susannah Makram Clinics.

REQUEST YOUR personalised NON-TOXIC anti-ageing skincare product recommendations here.

Using medical-grade oxygen keeps nitric oxides from damaging or entering the oil. The high quality of our cold press oil is maintained during the process. This is done by using only high quality cold plasma ozone generators: so no heat is produced.

The result is the freshest, purest ozonated organic oil available.


Ozonated Coconut Oil

Ozonated Coconut Oil


Ozonated Oil is a highly sought after substance. Ozonated cold press oil is the best for individual skincare needs. It’s best used in luxury skincare face and body treatments. Your therapist may advise you on home care use to enhance results in between skincare treatment. For:

  • healing cellulite – combined treatment is cupping massage with MLD for contouring
  • anti acne
  • anti wrinkles
  • facilitate wound healing
Adult Acne

Adult Acne

Ozonated Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is one of the most popular oils in the luxury skincare industry. Cold press oils such cold press olive oil; macadamia nut oil etc. can be tailored to client’s needs

Coconut oil is used in nutrition; hair care and in skin regimens.  For hair cold press ozonated coconut oil reduces protein loss, helping restore a shiny complexion.  For the skin ozonated coconut oil is used as a moisturiser and for beauty routines.

Coconut oil is a safe way to fight dry and flaking skin. Coconut oil and has been used for years for eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and more.  It’s found in a variety of products from lotions and creams to soaps and massage oils.  It also has antioxidant properties used to fight ageing.

REQUEST YOUR personalised NON-TOXIC anti-ageing skincare product recommendations here.


Sugar Free Diet Skin Benefits

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Sugar in The Skin

Luxury skincare anti wrinkle cream for ageing skin requires routine. Accelerated ageing, without proper care and nourishment of skin is instantly visible. Degenerative effects of ageing are similarly seen in other organs. Because of its visibility, our skin outwardly discloses to the world many aspects of our inner health.
If we want to heal our skin we have to heal our gut. How do we do this?



ANSWER: Glycation

Glycation is an abnormal process involving sugar binding to a protein, for example fructose to collagen. When the bound sugar and protein are exposed to free radicals they form multiple protein combinations called Advanced Glycation End Products or AGEs. Advanced Glycation End Products hang around in the dermis (the thick layer of living tissue below the epidermis which forms the true skin) and manifest as sallowness in the skin.

You can see this reaction taking place in food; for example baked goods. Or in the delicious sugar shell on the top of a crème brûlée. This making of soft food to hard is glycation. When we eat it, the AGEs from these devilishly delicious nibbles are deposited in the skin.

dairy and acne

dairy and acne

Yes, eventually all carbohydrates are converted to sugar. Even things like brown rice. Less than in the eyeing you up in the fridge! Worst total body offender of the sugar world? That award goes to high fructose corn syrup – corn syrup that has undergone enzymatic processing to convert some of its glucose into fructose. This increases the rate of glycation by 10 TIMES when compared with regular glucose. People with diabetes should be particularly careful, as they will have twice as many AGE deposits in the skin as people without diabetes. And no surprises here but that lifestyle habit, smoking, increases the rate of AGE deposition too!

So what does it do to the skin, exactly?

  •   It makes collagen and elastin stiff and decreases skin elasticity (hello wrinkles)
  •   Inactivates antioxidant enzymes
  •   Increased death of fibroblasts and keratinocytes (not cool)
  •   Makes skin cells more sensitive to UV

Now that you’ve put down that New York Cheesecake slice… Here’s something you can DO.

First, find out if this something that could change your life. Why? It has been suggested that restricting your calorie intake is a way of reducing AGE formation and could increase your lifespan; but who wants to live on 1600 calories a day? Or if you do, don’t you need to know the exact effect this will have? What if its not what you want? Contact us. Find out what we do. Will it help you?

[1] Zouboulis CC. Acne and sebaceous gland function. Clin Dermatol. 2004;22:360–366.
[2] “Diet and Acne,” published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. Lead author  Whitney P. Bowe MD, FAAD

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