Transdermal ozone therapy and intravenous therapy. What are the similarities and differences between transdermal and intravenous ozone therapy?

We offer an innovative device HOCATT by which ozone enters the body transdermally, ie. through the surface of the skin all over the body in a closed sauna. By the  intravenous ozone therapy the blood is taken from thepatient's body, cleaned with ozone and then through a special catheter is poured back into the patient's body intravenously.

The effect of the body detoxification, wellness, anti-aging and all other medical and positive properties of ozone in transdermal therapy are the same as after intravenous ozone therapy. Also, transdermal therapy is an immediate treatment and prevention of all skin diseases.
In addition, because the skin is our main organ of detoxification, transdermal ozone therapy is a great way to help detoxify the body. But, comparing with intravenous therapy, transdermal ozone therapy has several significant advantages:

1. Easy-to-use and versatility allows to use the transdermal ozone therapy in various professional institutions (health centers, spas, fitness clubs, hotels, etc.), as well as at home.

2. Domestic use will save you time, but also give an opportunity for all members of your family undergo this therapy.

3. Transdermal ozone therapy can be carried out without the supervision of a health professional.

4. After the transdermal ozone therapy you don't feel any discomfort, no pain, you can relax and enjoy the procedure.

5. Also, after transdermal ozone therapy, which has a more sedate, but no less effective detoxification processes, you immediately feel good, energetic and cheerful. You have no initial deterioration in health status that is not uncommon when intravenous therapy.

6. Lack of restrictions - you can make a transdermal ozone therapy, if necessary every day, 2-3 times a week, or once a month. You can do it when you need it.

7. Transdermal ozone with HOCATT - is a comfortable, versatile and effetkivnoe recovery of the whole organism.