oxygenated oil

oxygenated oil

[′äk·sə·jə‚nād·əd ′ȯil]
(materials)
A class of essential oils containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen; an example is oil of cassia.
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These oxygenated oil products have been clinically tested and successfully utilized in Europe for the past fifteen years.
entered into an alliance with Carilene in 1998, and RubOut Bruises & Aches Cream is the latest skin care product developed by the Company which utilizes Carilene's patented oxygenated oil technology.
During the second half of 1998, Scott's Liquid Gold formed an alliance with Laboratories Carilene of France ("Carilene") to develop skin care products, on which a patent is pending, using Carilene's patented oxygenated oil technology, which is clinically proven to increase blood circulation and speed healing.