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Detox your body with Ozone Therapy.

Similar to the detoxifying benefits of an Infrared Sauna, during Ozone Therapy, steam surrounds the body while in the cabin, opening the pores to the detoxification and elimination of toxins as ozone permeates the skin and enters the bloodstream. 

Similar to the detoxifying benefits of an Infrared Sauna, what is particularly unique about Ozone Therapy is that steam surrounds the body while in the cabin, opening the pores to the detoxification and elimination of toxins as ozone permeates the skin and enters the bloodstream. 

While you cannot breathe in ozone, it is considered both safe and beneficial when applied externally.

Extensive research in Europe has led experts to believe it can increase the body’s natural antioxidant production, enhance oxygen metabolism, and strengthen the immune system.

Who’s it for?

Ozone Therapy is commonly used by athletes to enhance performance and hasten recovery, to heal wounds, and also by those actively looking to reverse, or minimize symptoms of chronic disease, including autoimmune, Lyme diseases. 

We like the Ozone Bar on Lovers and Inwood. The staff is very attentive and the facility is very clean. We sent one of our secret journalists to visit and she reported back in that she got a great sweat and left feeling more energized. Follow them on the gram– here.

“The staff checked on me every few minutes, giving me water.

Your whole body is inside the cabin except your head is poking out.

You can only move your head, so they give you water with a straw. It may be claustrophobic for some, but you can open it at anytime and you’re in a room with a TV, so it’s a good distraction.”

The session is pretty straightforward. You go in the cabin sans clothes, and sit on a clean white towel. At the end of the session, you can see what your body has released by looking at the color of the towel.

Our secret journalist went back two days later, and although she had a dirty towel the first time, two days later her towel was clean. 

“I would definitely go back. I think it might be hard to be that sweaty during a Dallas summer, but perfect for this time of year.”

A few weeks later, I scoped out the Ozone Bar after meeting my friend for lunch next door. We lucked out that (1) Ozone cabin was open and (1) sauna was open so I hopped in for my first time.

As someone that is highly claustrophobic, the cabin did not bother me. My head was out. A fan was put in front of me to prevent from feeling stuffy and there is nothing keeping you from opening the door. I liked the misty warm ozone. It was almost relaxing as I tried to zone out to the TV for 30 minutes. The last 5 minutes I got antsy, but only because I was counting the things I needed to do afterwards.

My results? I got in a nice sweat and felt at peace while also feeling energized. I loved that unlike an Infrared Sauna, my face did not get very red, hot and sticky. The biggest take away? I slept SO deeply. I also noticed a favorable difference in my digestion, so I could tell that there had been increased circulation throughout my entire body.

Would I go back? YES! Absolutely.

Walk-ins are welcome but we recommend scheduling an appointment.

Each Ozone session isn’t cheap— running at $50 per session, so if you are on a mission to transform your health, a monthly membership is ideal. If you sign up for their newsletter on their site, you’ll get $15 off your first service.

  • Single Session: $50.00
  • 10 Pack: $289.00
  • 20 Pack $499.00
  • Membership (3 month commitment): $231/month

The Ozone Bar also has additional services we have yet to try, including lymphatic drainage and a cabin called the HOCATT which is supposedly to be the equivalent of 10 ozone sessions in 1. They also have premium beauty and wellness products.

They are located at 5360 West Lovers Lane Suite #210,  Dallas, Texas 75209 with a location in Plano coming soon.

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