As hydrogen peroxide in the street you will not hear it, but rather like oxygenated water. Its name is weird, but its components are simpler than you might think. We all know the formula of water, H2O, which means one molecule of oxygen and two of hydrogen… well, if we introduce one more molecule to the Oxygen, the result is the oxygenated water that we sell here, that is, water with more oxygen.

Thus, this product that we at SOLIMIX commercialize in different containers and formats is characterised by being a very polar liquid. As it has more hydrogen than oxygen, it is liquid but somewhat viscous. Due to this reason, we find a strong oxidant that can help us in situations, for example, like these:

To heal wounds

When there is a wound it is good to use hydrogen peroxide as it helps the proper functioning of the immune system. Think that our white blood cells have a subclass called neutrophils that naturally generate hydrogen peroxide as a first defence route against viruses, microbes, fungi…

To hide skin blemishes

If you have any spots in your dermis, one of the best alternatives to eliminate them is to use hydrogen peroxide. With daily use you will be able to notice certain improvements in a very short time. Of course, do not put it directly, use some cotton and soak it with hydrogen peroxide. Then gently wipe the stains in circular motions. It is only not recommended if the blemishes are close to the eyes, any other solution will be better.

Infections in the nose

If you are affected by a nasal infection, due to a bad cold, it is a very good idea to pour a teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide to a small glass of non-chlorinated water and apply it as a spray. Depending on the severity of the damage, you will have to determine the amount of hydrogen peroxide that you should introduce into the water.

Rejuvenating bath

Put two quarts of 3% hydrogen peroxide into your very hot bath tub. You must be inside for at least 30 minutes.