What is oxygenated water and nanobubbles?
Our supplier is the first company in the world to adapt plasma technology to treat fluids and in particular water. The company uses a new type of reactor that combines an electron gun with electrostatic charges.
Key feature of nanobubbles
- Average diameter of about 118 nm, 42 million particles of oxygen nanobubbles per ml which is worth 2,520,000.00 in 60ml products.
- High surface area per unit volume (over 400 times the surface area of a microbubble) (increased mass transfer, ensuring that virtually all oxygen is delivered to the water).
- Larger Exclusion Zone (LEZ). (Zone in contact with all surfaces, Dr. G. Pollack describes a modified water molecule capable of facilitating its absorption, cellular reactions and metabolism).
- Change surface tension, viscosity (at 21°C, water: 0.93; ACKA: 0.63 mPa-s) and density.
- Act as a reserve of oxygen in the solution. (Maintains high levels of dissolved oxygen).
How do oxygenated water and nanobubbles contribute to skin health?
Studies that support our claims:
- Water is an effective vehicle for delivering dissolved O2 from the skin surface and can be used as the basis for developing cost-effective therapeutic approaches to improve skin oxygen tension to support skin health and function. Our supplier uses its gel form to provide the same result. ACKA water used at a dissolved oxygen concentration of over 50 mg/liter in addition to the 42 million encapsulated oxygen nanobubbles per ml.
- The skin absorbs oxygen when the oxygen concentration is high in the environment.
- Experiments have shown that the skin, especially damaged skin, for example due to a burn, is able to absorb oxygen. Because of its lower surface tension, oxygenated water is more permeable, allowing it to break through the skin barrier more easily. Oxygen is therefore provided in a form that can be easily absorbed by the cells. The hydrogel serves as an impregnating medium that dissolves rapidly upon contact with the skin and releases trapped water molecules providing not only a source of hydration, but also oxygenation. All the active molecules added to the hydrogel are thus assimilated more efficiently.
- Application of oxygen-saturated water to the skin surface (exogenous administration) has been shown to be effective - The upper layers of the skin are a potential reservoir of oxygen created by the high solubility of oxygen in epidermal lipids.
- Oxygen is an essential ingredient in all stages of wound healing, especially the proliferation phase. The release of oxygen is known to promote epithelialization, angiogenesis, connective tissue formation and especially the basic substance of collagen. More relevant to dermatologists and plastic surgeons, such a gel can be used as a soothing post-operative healing balm in cases such as dermabrasion, laser surgery or chemical peels for the face.
- Oxygen uptake by the skin contributes significantly to the supply of oxygen to the human dermis and epidermis. The oxygen permeability of the tissues is highly dependent on the water content and moisture content of the skin. The upper layers of the skin are almost exclusively supplied by external oxygen, while the blood has a minor influence. Therefore, a malfunction in capillary oxygen transport cannot be the cause of superficial skin defects.
- A constant and adequate supply of oxygen is important for cellular and tissue homeostasis. It is well documented that oxygen plays a key role in energy production, cell membrane maintenance and repair, and mitochondrial function. ... The results of this study show that an oxygenated emulsion significantly improves epithelialization of acute wounds and second-degree burns. The oxygen delivered by the emulsion to the wound directly promotes cellular repair and local immune response to accelerate healing.
- The gel's superior performance results from its supply of dissolved oxygen, which is 100 times more effective than gaseous oxygen in penetrating the skin. Experiments indicate that oxygenated gel can promote cell proliferation and migration, improve chronic wound healing and skin graft survival. ... The epidermis is a major barrier to oxygen gas diffusion due to the lack of blood vessels. However, water and associated oxygen penetrate the stratum corneum and epidermis through sweat glands and hair follicles. The data confirm that locally applied dissolved oxygen penetrates the skin at a faster rate and to a greater depth than gaseous oxygen.