by | Feb 12, 2016 | 19 comments

PLEASE READ FIRST – How to protect yourself from breathing ozone
What is an ozone body suit? 
What equipment you need
How to put the equipment together and how to use it
Risks and how to avoid them



Ozone body suit or full body bag is a bag made of ozone resistant material which fits the entire body of the person and allows for the head to remain outside. It’s a great alternative to ozone saunas: it’s a whole body treatment during which ozone enters through the pores of the skin. Some people are heat intolerant and have difficulties taking saunas. For them the use of a full body bag offers a great solution.


In order to be able to use an ozone body suit (or body bag), you need:

oxygen + ozone generator + extra silicone tubing + body suit

Ozone body suit


Oxygen source: Either an oxygen tank or an oxygen concentrator can be used. Ozone body suits can be used at an oxygen flow of around 0.5 LPM (=1/2 LPM). Most oxygen concentrators will allow for flows of 1/2 LPM. A low flow regulator is not necessarily required.

Ozone generator: It should be a generator which uses ozone resistant materials, can be fed oxygen from an oxygen concentrator or an oxygen tank, and can produce relatively high ozone concentrations of up to 100 ug/ml.

Accessories: A body bag made of ozone resistant material like teflon or PEVA.



Suggested settings:

Oxygen flow: between 1/8 LPM and 1/2 LPM
Ozone concentration: 20 to 80 ug/ml or more
Duration: 30 minutes
For an overview of the different connectors and tubing, please go to How to connect ozone equipment.

Take enough tubing to comfortably connect the oxygen output (from either tank or concentrator) with the oxygen inlet on the ozone generator. Take a separate silicone tubing and attach one end to the ozone generator’s “ozone out” outlet, the other end to the ozone inlet of the full body suit.

Turn the oxygen on, then the ozone generator, and set it at an ozone concentration of 20 to 80 ug/ml.

Undress fully, get into the body bag and close it. Use a towel around your neck to prevent ozone from leaking out. Recommended is to either wear a mask which filters ozone out, or point a fan towards your face so that it will blow away any excess ozone. The procedure works best when your skin is wet and warm so that your pores are open. Recommended is to take a shower before stepping into the bag or to use a spray bottle with warm water. A good idea is also to place an electric heating pad underneath the body bag.


Risks and how to avoid them: 

Risk: same as with ozone sauna: itchy, red rash

How to avoid it: reduce the ozone concentration, reduce frequency or duration of the ozone applications.

Try any of the suggested remedies under “Ozone sauna – Risks and how to avoid them“.




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  1. Private Person

    Would a light spray of diluted DMSO enhance the absorption of the ozone into the body??

    • paola d

      Hi Private Person,
      no this is not a good idea.
      The ozone will likely degrade the DMSO and render it useless.

      Also, DMSO can be very problematic with mercury present in the body. So before using it, make sure mercury is not an issue for you.

      Hope this helps.

  2. mike

    Why not bubble the ozone through olive oil so that it is OK to breathe?

    • paola d

      Hi Mike,

      you mean before running it into the body suit?

      You can do that, but then you will end up with the suit being all covered in oil from the inside …

      • Herman Barnes

        Why is it called an ozone suit and not an oxygen suit?

      • Paola Dziwetzki

        Hi Herman,

        because it’s used for ozone gas, not oxygen.


  3. Shanti

    Hi Paola,
    We have an infrared solo sauna and an ozone generator. We just purchased an ozone full body bag because our sauna is not designed for ozone, but we still want the benefits of combining sauna with full body ozone. Have you ever seen someone use the ozone bag inside of a sauna?

    Thank you.

    • paola d

      Hi Shanti,

      so you would get inside the body bag and then with that inside the sauna? And somehow manage to put ozone into the body bag? I don’t think I ever heard anyone attempt such a thing. The problem I see here is that the ozone would be leaking out of the bag and you would end up breathing it inside the sauna …


    • Deidre Prozinski

      Hello Shanti-
      Did you attempt this body bag inside the sauna idea yet? I am thinking of doing the same thing as I have a Sunlighten Solo Infrared sauna that I’d also like to add ozone to… wondering if the infrared waves penetrate the body bag Ok? Would love to hear how it went for you. And to Paola– this type of sauna is like a tube that you lay down in with your head sticking out so if you put the bag inside the tube, you’d not be breathing in the ozone anymore than you would if the bag were just set up on the floor or a massage table, etc.

  4. lizzy

    does the gas mask fully fully protect one from breathing ozone? I would like to offer an ozone bagging service and want to know if ozone. ody or limb bagging offers all the benefits of ozone therapy. Also how many sessions does one need of ozone bagging?

    • paola d

      Hi lizzy,
      if the mask sits tightly and well then it can offer a near 100% protection, yes.

      The ozone bag is a less effective alternative to the ozone sauna, I find.

      It’s good to have this option if one is dealing with heat sensitivity.

      How many sessions are rquired depends on what one is treating and on the response of the patient.


  5. Fiona

    Thank you for such an amazing website and your super attention to answering so many questions and providing so much help and sharing valuable research!

    Q. If ozone is kept longer when cold, like in ozinating water, then would it just diminish with a sauna?

  6. Nina

    Hello all!!!
    Please, someone tell me where to buy “A body bag made of ozone resistant material like teflon or PEVA” I am searching the web now, but perhaps you have a better and faster answer.
    Thank you so much! Mom has cancer : (

  7. Nina

    Paola, you have links for everything usually : ))
    I asked the question where to buy the body suite and found the answer. https://www.promolife.com/full-body-ozone-bag/

    Don’t want to waste your time answering : )))
    Thanks for all info!!!

  8. Wendy

    HI Paola! So, when the ozone treatment in the body bag is done and you want to unzip and get out, how safe is that? Doesn’t the ozone escape into the air, which is harmful to breathe? I’m confused…lol

    • paola d

      Hi Wendy,
      yes, the ozone will escape into the air and you’re running the risk of breathing it in.
      That’s why I suggest to wear a mask to prevent that.
      A fan, open windows/doors are also a good idea.
      Holding your breath while you step out is also recommended.
      But the mask is the best solution in my opinion: https://www.amazon.com/shop/thepowerofozone (the one with the pink filters).


  9. Gus

    Hi Paola, I would like to know your thoughts on colloidal silver solution therapy as it’s been around for many years and seems to be popular. And what of the consumption of food grade peroxide? Thanks GT

    • Paola Dziwetzki

      Hi Gus,

      I tend to stay away from silver products. There are a number of studies which show that it’s toxic to fish and rats.

      I’ve ingested highly diluted peroxide in my life. I found it helped greatly at times. But it can cause ulcers if the concentration is too high. I think flushing with a lot of water is important, even if the dilution of the peroxide was very high to begin with.



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Paola Dziwetzki, NP

I’m Paola, aka the Crazy Old Ozone Lady. I help people use ozone therapy in the most effective way. I have used ozone and diet to successfully treat psoriasis, joint pain, chronic fatigue, a low immune system, herpes infections, and a few other conditions.
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