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Bio Oil 200ml £10.90 save 45% @ Amazon

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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Bio Oil @ Amazon £10.90 45% off was £19.95

Bargain a must have for stretch marks / scars


Product Features

* Bio-Oil Contains Vitamins A and E, Calendula, Lavender and Rosemary Oils
* Bio-Oil contains the breakthrough ingredient PurCellin Oil
* PurCellin reduces the thickness of the formulation which easily absorbs
* Non-Greasy, suitable for all ages, no preservatives

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Helps to improve the appearance of existing stretch marks and also helps to increase the elasticity of the skin, thereby helping to reduce the possibility of more stretch marks forming.
Product Description

Bio Oil is a specialist skincare product that helps improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks and uneven skin tone.

Its advanced formulation, which contains the breakthrough ingredient PurCellin Oil, also makes it highly effective for numerous other skin concerns, including aging skin and dehydrated skin.

Bio Oil is formualted with the following all-natural ingredients: Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Calendula Oil, Lavender Oil, Rosemary Oil and Chamomile Oil

Bio Oil is a non-comedogenic (acnegenic), hypo-allergenic product that is suitable for use by individuals with sensitive skin.
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#1
Great - ordered 2 from Lloyds Pharmacy last time but there delivery charge is about £3.99?
Great stuff for mums to be and afterwards.

£19.99 in Boots etc...
#2
They sell a bio oil in Poundland and Home Bargains.
#3
Just ordered, great price and free delivery = result! Heat added. As for selling this in Poundland, I very much doubt it, I'm sure it's been posted before that it's some rip-off cheap effort they sell, not actual Bio Oil.
#4
gball agreed , never seen in poundland and if it was and genuine quick grab some and make a good profit on ebay , i dont think so paula some how
#5
Thanks for this great deal! It was featured over on the HUKD blog Playpennies!

http://www.playpennies.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/thanks_playpennies.png
#6
I have seen it in Home and Bargain. Not for £1, I think it was about £4.

I do know people who have same bottles in Poundstretcher.
#7
Looks like the 125ml one is on offer to as it's priced at £6.47 (3p cheaper than the 60ml at £6.50).
#8
its £9.97 now, just ordered one, thanks
#9
Just to let you guys know, this isn't the best thing you could be putting on your skin, in fact you'd be better off putting a natural oil rather than this artificial stuff. As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.
1 Like #10
nooker
Just to let you guys know, this isn't the best thing you could be putting on your skin, in fact you'd be better off putting a natural oil rather than this artificial stuff. As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


As a patient I have realised 95% of GP's are clowns.

My knee has a loose patella (football injury), the first GP told me it would heal itself, this is after 6 months of pain. 6 months of pain and they said it would heal itself? Oh really? then why hasn't it healed in the 6 months then?

The second GP said that there was no scans or treatments for this kind of injury and that I would have to live with it (18 months after initial injury).

I refused to back down, until I was referred to a specialist and didn't want advice from a clown. It takes 3 months to get an appointment with a specialist then god knows how long until I am actually seen. This could of all been fixed near enough 2 years ago if GP's had a ounce of common sense.
#11
PsychoSonny
nooker
Just to let you guys know, this isn't the best thing you could be putting on your skin, in fact you'd be better off putting a natural oil rather than this artificial stuff. As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


As a patient I have realised 95% of GP's are clowns.

My knee has a loose patella (football injury), the first GP told me it would heal itself, this is after 6 months of pain. 6 months of pain and they said it would heal itself? Oh really? then why hasn't it healed in the 6 months then?

The second GP said that there was no scans or treatments for this kind of injury and that I would have to live with it (18 months after initial injury).

I refused to back down, until I was referred to a specialist and didn't want advice from a clown. It takes 3 months to get an appointment with a specialist then god knows how long until I am actually seen. This could of all been fixed near enough 2 years ago if GP's had a ounce of common sense.


I understand that you are frustated with GP's, but they are hardly clowns. Have you seen how much training they have to go through just to get to that stage?
#12
nooker
Just to let you guys know, this isn't the best thing you could be putting on your skin, in fact you'd be better off putting a natural oil rather than this artificial stuff. As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


Total bo**ocks. If this stuff damaged skin they wouldn't be allowed to sell it as a beneficial skin product. Plus if you, as a GP, have seen "many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin" and haven't reported it officially, which of course you haven't because what you're claiming is total bo**ocks, then I think it says a lot about you as a GP.


Edited By: Domislice on Oct 17, 2010 13:34: Typo
#13
PsychoSonny
nooker
Just to let you guys know, this isn't the best thing you could be putting on your skin, in fact you'd be better off putting a natural oil rather than this artificial stuff. As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


As a patient I have realised 95% of GP's are clowns.

My knee has a loose patella (football injury), the first GP told me it would heal itself, this is after 6 months of pain. 6 months of pain and they said it would heal itself? Oh really? then why hasn't it healed in the 6 months then?

The second GP said that there was no scans or treatments for this kind of injury and that I would have to live with it (18 months after initial injury).

I refused to back down, until I was referred to a specialist and didn't want advice from a clown. It takes 3 months to get an appointment with a specialist then god knows how long until I am actually seen. This could of all been fixed near enough 2 years ago if GP's had a ounce of common sense.


That's a heartwarming story.
#14
It's cheaper at Superdrug right now.
#15
Just to let you guys know, this isn't the best thing you could be putting on your skin, in fact you'd be better off putting a natural oil rather than this artificial stuff. As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.

This is pure snake oil stuff. You will get the same results from regularly rubbing olive oil on your skin / scars / stretch marks. Sadly some people sometimes see these things as a magical potion and use it inappropriately (eg on infected skin). Bio oil or any other oil used in the wrong circumstances can make many skin conditions a lot worse.
#16
This product is widely regarded as snake oil (*sigh*, my partner bought some during her pregnancy and fell for the hype on this site and others).
Their clinical trials listed on their site are a joke if you read them, lacking even a control subject, let alone comparing to other remedies or oils:
Your text here

It's an oil, and it smells nice. It's not worth £10 though.
#17
Cold, ordered mine yesterday for under £10 and this has also been posted a few weeks back
#18
Great price, it smells lovely too. Never seen it in poundland before either!
#19
Just orderd one using the link above for only £9.87.. HOT!!
1 Like #20
The amount of money we still waste in this country is ridiculous! Please realsie this product does nothing for you, just like the billion pound anti-wrinkle industry full of products with a little sun protection in them and nothing that improves wrinkles in the slightest.
banned#21
GPs are not clowns but most of them are saviourships whose duty is to elicit/allow-for-the-materialisation-of worship. When it comes to partial humanity, there isn’t a single pro without its con. Medical science, the religion based on gambling one’s end-all, be-all on the material-intellect, is excellent for solving illnesses that have a provable root cause, like a punch in the nose, but it is utterly useless for illnesses where the source is not of the material-intellect. To be a clown, one’s testicular prowess should be non-existent but GPs and their handlers have much power of destruction of Reality/The Human Body and are therefore not jokers though to those who have sampled their delights will swear that they are. Reality is when the individual realise theirs, and not [merely known through] others.

Whatever its weaknesses may be, the religion of the material-intellect is much, much, better than the religion of [blinded-kum-blind] faith, the hallelujahs. The real joke then is when “doctors” believe in “God”. Now, these are the real jokers when they, on the one hand dishing out mostly garbage whilst on the other hand asking for forgiveness. As such, when it comes to The Affairs of Men, the realm of partial-humanity/relativity, they are merely the different faces of the same coin, much like one’s femininity is merely one’s masculinity at another moment, one being the limiter/supporter of the other otherwise, the typical human would have perished long ago, there being equally as many lunatic asylums as there are prisons. There are !!??, shockin’ ain’t it.

When it comes to the material, oka the typical human brain, one’s “left”, which governs and maintains the left sympathetic nervous system, is also “accessed” via the [portal of the] brain and this unknown fact [unknown because the religion of the science of the material-intellect do not know of, let alone realises, the path to its connectivity/cause] is actually used by the corruption within their ignorance to ensure that no one else does so. As such, the medical science which governs this field, has driven many towards their full-blown lunacy through materialising words and mumbo-jumbos called “psyko zist und zat”. These are the real psychos who should be locked up, not those whom they have driven to their lunacy. If true, how will the situation be rectified and should it be untrue, there is merely another lunatic on the loose.

How will any human reveal the mechanics of arithmetic, let alone mathematics, to a chimp? How will the sighted reveal the sense and sensibility of colours to those born visually blinded? “Impossible” is the reality for those who have gambled their consciouness to their realm of the material-intellect, and “Hope” is the reality for those who have gambled their unconsciousness to their realm of the blinded faith. The reality/answer is when the “denied” develop the sense-kum-sensibility required for the task. Sensory perception in absoluteness and not through demand nor faith. Faith, as in any aspect, is merely a-concept/an-imagination when it is “over” or “under”. To realise this, substitute “faith” with “money”. Should you be money, money then has no meaning/is not a concept [anymore], for you are/have become part of the reality of money. Furthermore, like all aspects, empowerment is the reality only when it is “supported”/reflected-upon by its truth/knowledge.
banned#22
There is an “Unseen” realm which is the superset of the “materially-visible” realm, oka the reflection thereof, and it is this reality which confers life/the-truly-living otherwise, the human body is merely blood and guts, oka the living-[but-]dead. Preserving Einstein’s brain and using the methodolgy of gambling, oka statistics, will not reveal the mechanism of the “Unseen”. The “Unseen” realises this, of course, long before the creation of the physical cosmos/universe, oka The Big Bang, and the mechanism for the revelation/recognition of this unseen realm is through the self-realisation of one’s blood-and-guttyness by none other than blood-and-guts, that partial entity who claims full humanity. That is not correct, should one be the epitome of inconsistency, is that not so?

The know-eet-all is merely the alterego of the really-know-nuffing, both being the different faces of the same coin as in the know-it-all doctor being shown that he knows nothing about, say, the cause of cancer. [It is not some defacto caused by chemicals although through over poisoning, that could assist in the realisation/materialisation of the cancer]. The reality for all is that when you do not have the root knowledge, oka reality/Reality, you are merely gambling and gambling is the prominent activity of partial humanity, without a single exception, and when there is gambling, there is no real choice, there is, at best, only the science describing chances, statistics. And these people are able to vote, decide on others’ future and much, much, more? When there is worship, of course, but only when there is saviourship too.

As such, the question might seemed to be, “which comes first”. Neither, because like darkness, which exists only because there is no light, all dichotomies are myths, being transient, repetitive, going-nowhere-real activities for the glorification of one’s self-kum-mutual destruction. The addiction of all sorts, including the belief that what you cannot see, cannot exists. Tell that to a chimp and all it can tell you is that bananas are the best, better than even sex because those sorts of minor issues are easily resolved though “doctors” and their pills, butchery, divinity, and their handlers, whomsoever and whatsoever those may be. Dumbness-kum-stupidity masquerading as Science of the self imposed blind.

Another simple fact which eludes is that recognition of the “Unseen” [or anything for that matter] is through revelation by the “Unseen” and not so much of the lack of the requisite sense/s. Everything depends on the source and not because of some achievement by the sink. When it comes to a brick, oka the living-dead, of course, you can resolve that issue of mud, kiln and fire, but not when it comes to the truly living, oka the human body. Ask this simple fact, why does the heart beat automatically, with such precision and over such a long period? That’s simple, which of course, leads to analysing how it is made to beat thereby sidelining the original reality thereby leading the worshipper further into the dungeon of anylysis, planning and other ownership issues. By merely knowing after the fact does not mean ownership has solved/the solution, it has merely tried to own something which it has yet to own, knowledge not being its empowerment/flow other than being mere accumulation. Accumulation, for any doctor, is the root cause of all cardiovascular illnesses. Wanna give up that juicy, “When the lord is presiding”, 5-days a week, auto-£100k “salary”, oka saving, pilling, butchering, and quackering, other than to further enhanced that £100k/annum? With the Chosen Few as your handler, why, £200k should be no problemo, isn’t it? Eets good to be a doctor, especially when the worshipfuls are demanding to be saved whilst destroying themselves willy, nilly. “Next !” or should it be “Bio Oil”
#23
OMG, r u 4 real???
1 Like #24
Domislice
nooker
Just to let you guys know, this isn't the best thing you could be putting on your skin, in fact you'd be better off putting a natural oil rather than this artificial stuff. As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


Total bo**ocks. If this stuff damaged skin they wouldn't be allowed to sell it as a beneficial skin product. Plus if you, as a GP, have seen "many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin" and haven't reported it officially, which of course you haven't because what you're claiming is total bo**ocks, then I think it says a lot about you as a GP.



Oh I apologise in that case, I didn't realise you knew more than me on this subject. Go ahead and buy this stuff, I'm sure you'll benefit.

To everyone else, if you have stretch marks I recommend meeting with your own GP first, there are various creams which can be prescribed that have gone through full clinical testing that could end up being far cheaper and more effective than purchasing this.

I have nothing to gain and nothing to lose from you purchasing this product but thought since the community on this site is often helpful I would return the favour. I will definitely not make that mistake again.
#25
whoa way to **** on ALL GP's in one go.

he gave an opinion, which i appreciated having used olive oil for a LONG TIME, as i lost a lot of weight gradually and used olive oil to stop skin sagging.

the same way you probably think ALL councils are incompetant because of the baby p scandal.

people need to grow up and realises the world is huge and run by humans - who are prone to make mistakes
suspended#26
nooker
Just to let you guys know, this isn't the best thing you could be putting on your skin, in fact you'd be better off putting a natural oil rather than this artificial stuff. As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


Cheers Nooker,
Come on peeps give the guy a break, he is just trying to help. He isn't promoting to buy another product but to go get advise from your own GP!
1 Like #27
As a patient I have realised 95% of GP's are clowns.


Lol unfortunately I would have to agree....
#28
nooker1 person likes this
Domislice
nooker
Just to let you guys know, this isn't the best thing you could be putting on your skin, in fact you'd be better off putting a natural oil rather than this artificial stuff. As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


Total bo**ocks. If this stuff damaged skin they wouldn't be allowed to sell it as a beneficial skin product. Plus if you, as a GP, have seen "many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin" and haven't reported it officially, which of course you haven't because what you're claiming is total bo**ocks, then I think it says a lot about you as a GP.



Oh I apologise in that case, I didn't realise you knew more than me on this subject. Go ahead and buy this stuff, I'm sure you'll benefit.

To everyone else, if you have stretch marks I recommend meeting with your own GP first, there are various creams which can be prescribed that have gone through full clinical testing that could end up being far cheaper and more effective than purchasing this.

I have nothing to gain and nothing to lose from you purchasing this product but thought since the community on this site is often helpful I would return the favour. I will definitely not make that mistake again.


I'd just like to clarify, although I think it's obvious from my earlier comment, I never said this product does what it claims to do, or in fact anything at all. It was nooker1 that did claim something; that he/she as a GP has seen cases in which the oil has caused harm to skin. This is what I called bo**ocks. This product will of course not cause harm to the skin.

I think what nooker1 meant was this is not a miracle cure for any skin complaints (not that it claims to be) and so application will not prevent the worsening of a degenerative skin condition. That is not the bio-oil making it worse though, just not doing anything. And of course, I agree that people should seek the advice of a GP instead of self-diagnosing and self-medicating.

And by the way, that whole, "Someone dissed my comment and I was only trying to help the community but I won't bother anymore etc etc." is so childish.
#29
nooker
As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


Nooker, I am not here to have a go at you, but could you perhaps give some examples of what harm exactly you have evidence of bio oil causing?

My missus has used this stuff before and extensive internet research does not suggest any side effects as you suggest. Are you implying that it thins the skin, causes irritation, makes the condition worse ? Please expand. This is not me challenging your advice but perhaps your professional experience will help others. Moreover, as a top selling product nationally, perhaps you need to orchestrate an expose to save damage to the greater public!
1 Like #30
PsychoSonny
nooker
Just to let you guys know, this isn't the best thing you could be putting on your skin, in fact you'd be better off putting a natural oil rather than this artificial stuff. As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


As a patient I have realised 95% of GP's are clowns.

My knee has a loose patella (football injury), the first GP told me it would heal itself, this is after 6 months of pain. 6 months of pain and they said it would heal itself? Oh really? then why hasn't it healed in the 6 months then?

The second GP said that there was no scans or treatments for this kind of injury and that I would have to live with it (18 months after initial injury).

I refused to back down, until I was referred to a specialist and didn't want advice from a clown. It takes 3 months to get an appointment with a specialist then god knows how long until I am actually seen. This could of all been fixed near enough 2 years ago if GP's had a ounce of common sense.


I'm with you on that. I'm not going to go into any details on here but they are so quick to blurt some carp out to get you out of their office and onto the next poor sod.
#31
sacsac
nooker
As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


Nooker, I am not here to have a go at you, but could you perhaps give some examples of what harm exactly you have evidence of bio oil causing?

My missus has used this stuff before and extensive internet research does not suggest any side effects as you suggest. Are you implying that it thins the skin, causes irritation, makes the condition worse ? Please expand. This is not me challenging your advice but perhaps your professional experience will help others. Moreover, as a top selling product nationally, perhaps you need to orchestrate an expose to save damage to the greater public!


http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Truth-about-Bio-Oil
#32
gunsNbutter
There is an “Unseen” realm which is the superset of the “materially-visible” realm, oka the reflection thereof, and it is this reality which confers life/the-truly-living otherwise, the human body is merely blood and guts, oka the living-[but-]dead. Preserving Einstein’s brain and using the methodolgy of gambling, oka statistics, will not reveal the mechanism of the “Unseen”. The “Unseen” realises this, of course, long before the creation of the physical cosmos/universe, oka The Big Bang, and the mechanism for the revelation/recognition of this unseen realm is through the self-realisation of one’s blood-and-guttyness by none other than blood-and-guts, that partial entity who claims full humanity. That is not correct, should one be the epitome of inconsistency, is that not so?

The know-eet-all is merely the alterego of the really-know-nuffing, both being the different faces of the same coin as in the know-it-all doctor being shown that he knows nothing about, say, the cause of cancer. [It is not some defacto caused by chemicals although through over poisoning, that could assist in the realisation/materialisation of the cancer]. The reality for all is that when you do not have the root knowledge, oka reality/Reality, you are merely gambling and gambling is the prominent activity of partial humanity, without a single exception, and when there is gambling, there is no real choice, there is, at best, only the science describing chances, statistics. And these people are able to vote, decide on others’ future and much, much, more? When there is worship, of course, but only when there is saviourship too.

As such, the question might seemed to be, “which comes first”. Neither, because like darkness, which exists only because there is no light, all dichotomies are myths, being transient, repetitive, going-nowhere-real activities for the glorification of one’s self-kum-mutual destruction. The addiction of all sorts, including the belief that what you cannot see, cannot exists. Tell that to a chimp and all it can tell you is that bananas are the best, better than even sex because those sorts of minor issues are easily resolved though “doctors” and their pills, butchery, divinity, and their handlers, whomsoever and whatsoever those may be. Dumbness-kum-stupidity masquerading as Science of the self imposed blind.

Another simple fact which eludes is that recognition of the “Unseen” [or anything for that matter] is through revelation by the “Unseen” and not so much of the lack of the requisite sense/s. Everything depends on the source and not because of some achievement by the sink. When it comes to a brick, oka the living-dead, of course, you can resolve that issue of mud, kiln and fire, but not when it comes to the truly living, oka the human body. Ask this simple fact, why does the heart beat automatically, with such precision and over such a long period? That’s simple, which of course, leads to analysing how it is made to beat thereby sidelining the original reality thereby leading the worshipper further into the dungeon of anylysis, planning and other ownership issues. By merely knowing after the fact does not mean ownership has solved/the solution, it has merely tried to own something which it has yet to own, knowledge not being its empowerment/flow other than being mere accumulation. Accumulation, for any doctor, is the root cause of all cardiovascular illnesses. Wanna give up that juicy, “When the lord is presiding”, 5-days a week, auto-£100k “salary”, oka saving, pilling, butchering, and quackering, other than to further enhanced that £100k/annum? With the Chosen Few as your handler, why, £200k should be no problemo, isn’t it? Eets good to be a doctor, especially when the worshipfuls are demanding to be saved whilst destroying themselves willy, nilly. “Next !” or should it be “Bio Oil”


That was fascinating.... more of the same please
1 Like #33
simate
sacsac
nooker
As a GP I have seen many cases in which this stuff causes more harm than good to the skin.


Nooker, I am not here to have a go at you, but could you perhaps give some examples of what harm exactly you have evidence of bio oil causing?

My missus has used this stuff before and extensive internet research does not suggest any side effects as you suggest. Are you implying that it thins the skin, causes irritation, makes the condition worse ? Please expand. This is not me challenging your advice but perhaps your professional experience will help others. Moreover, as a top selling product nationally, perhaps you need to orchestrate an expose to save damage to the greater public!


http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Truth-about-Bio-Oil


Yeah, but that geezer is bleating on about facial acne in the main. Bio oil is essentially designed for body scars and stretch marks. Besides, it is clear from the webpage design that he is attempting to flog you something else from a rival product
#34
just added heat for the bonkers thread - not the product!
#35
paulo
They sell a bio oil in Poundland and Home Bargains.

yes. bought few weeks ago.
1 Like #36
gunsNbutter, I want whatever you've had!
1 Like #37
Oi ! GnB you been drinking that bio oil again?
#38
Wow, what a rather deep debate about GPs!

Anyway, my sister used Bio Oil during her 2 pregnancies and neither of us believed it did anything at all. As a male, I also suffer from stretch marks, but it hasn't helped me at all either. Both of us used this for prolonged periods of time.

I find that as long as you keep your skin moisturised, even with a bog standard lotion, you are doing the best you can to prevent stretch marks. This stuff seems way too overpriced even at this price for me.

Poundland, B&M and other bargain stores (including Wilkinson) tend to sell a copycat product called 'Rescue Oil' for about £1. It has less ingredients but appears and feels the same, but with a more chamomile sorta scent. It doesn't do much either apart from moisturise your skin, but make it feel oily.
#39
WaxMechaniK
Wow, what a rather deep debate about GPs!Anyway, my sister used Bio Oil during her 2 pregnancies and neither of us believed it did anything at all. As a male, I also suffer from stretch marks, but it hasn't helped me at all either. Both of us used this for prolonged periods of time.I find that as long as you keep your skin moisturised, even with a bog standard lotion, you are doing the best you can to prevent stretch marks. This stuff seems way too overpriced even at this price for me.Poundland, B&M and other bargain stores (including Wilkinson) tend to sell a copycat product called 'Rescue Oil' for about £1. It has less ingredients but appears and feels the same, but with a more chamomile sorta scent. It doesn't do much either apart from moisturise your skin, but make it feel oily.

Nope. I have seen Bio Oil itself on sale in Home and Bargain. Iwould certainly agree that " It doesn't do much either apart from moisturise your skin" which most oils or moisturisers will do!!

Re the GP. Totally correct in what he / she says.......except going to see a GP / nurse with concerns about stretch marks. Sorry but definitely not. Bit like going to see GP / Nurse about cellulite. NOT a medical condition and therefore no medical treatment, unless of course you are looking for a magical product which I am sure someone somewhere will be only too eager to sell you !!
#40
hmm i would disagree, if a patient is worried about their strectch marks to the point that it is making them upset then I think seeing their GP is valid....

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