Bio-oil liquid, 125ml.
£13.99 – £34.99
Bio-oil liquid contains PurCelin oil. PurCelin is a breakthrough ingredient that makes the oil thinner and more easily absorbed. Furthermore Bio-oil contains, Vitamins A and E, as well as Lavender, rosemary and chamomile.
What is Bio-oil liquid used for?
Bio-oil liquid contains PurCelin oil. PurCelin is a breakthrough ingredient that makes the oil thinner and more easily absorbed.Furthermore Bio-oil contains, Vitamins A and E, as well as Lavender, rosemary and chamomile.
How do I use Bio-oil liquid?
For scars Apply the oil to the scar twice daily. Massage the area with your fingertips until fully absorbed. Use for at least three months. Bi-oil can also be used as bath oil.
The NHS says;
Emollients are moisturising treatments applied directly to the skin to soothe and hydrate it. They cover the skin with a protective film to trap in moisture. The use of emollients are to help manage dry, itchy or scaly skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and ichthyosis.
If you or your children need to use an emollient regularly, it’s a good idea to keep some in small pots or tubes at home, school or work.”
Is Bio-oil liquid actually effective?
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