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BIO OIL - at Amazon - 200mls £12.35 - 125mls £8.12 - 60ml £5.57 - FREE DELIVERY

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Looking at buying this to try & treat my daughters chicken pox scars. I "think" this is a good price, especially as it's free delviery too. Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Looking at buying this to try & treat my daughters chicken pox scars.

I "think" this is a good price, especially as it's free delviery too.
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#3
If you have a Home Bargains (aka Quality Save) near you (mostly northwest), it is alot cheaper there - about £4 for a small bottle.
#4
This stuff is becoming increasingly popular.Users say works a treat on minor scars and stretch marks..A good price compared to normal retail outlets so heat added for the spot.I ordered these two weeks ago for a friend in Canada where it is yet to become available and she swears it works ...........but then proof in the pud
#5
great stuff , we too used it on our daughters chicken pox. it has many uses and has excellent reviews .
#6
What's in it?
Is this a modern snake oil?
#7
Good stuff. 200ml is £10.80 at chemist direct , need a £40 spend to get free postage.

http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/bio-oil_1_6441.html
#8
I'm sticking to Diesel, it's cheaper!
banned#9
pil064
What's in it?
Is this a modern snake oil?


Etts laike putten wee vegetabell awil awn yer wee skenn.......etts bonneh stawff thaw :thumbsup:
#10
you should try this http://stores.channeladvisor.com/mbstore/items/item.aspx?itemid=533275 its the same stuff just cheaper you can get it from places like pound land, 99p store and home bargains
banned#11
pil064
What's in it?
Is this a modern snake oil?


yes, its snake oil unfortunately.
A good way of relieving gullible people of a few quid.
It does not help with scars
#12
Not sure about its use on scarring, as for stretch marks, i bought it for the stretch marks on my arms due to rapid muscle gain, applied 3 treatments a day for 2 whole bottles worth and it didnt even touch them.
#13
This doesn't work, you may as well buy Tesco Value Baby Oil.
banned#14
why the post do not have link for buying from amazon ??
#15
I had chicken pox when I was 12 and had some scars on my tummy some were quite big and lumpy, a few years later they had almost gone, now I can hardly find any of those scars. I didn't put anything on to make them go away though.
#16
I used this product. Let me tell you that it DOES NOT work. In fact it made my skin WORSE than before by creating new marks on the skin.
#17
This is great stuff. Wife used it for our two kids and didn't get any stretchmarks.

I've used it where I've had a few lumps and bumps removed once they had healed and there was no scar afterwards.

If you have no use for it - then it is snake oil to you. If you have the need and willing to try anything - give it a go you may be pleasantly surprised.
#18
I had stretch marks on my stomach and hips from gaining quite a bit of weight.

I bought some Bio Oil and took it round with me, and applied it whenever I went to the loo.

It really did work well, took the redness out of them and now they are just silvery, hardly noticeable. You do need to persevere with it though.
#19
Id think there would be some evidence that it works if it did. Saying that ive got some myself for a scar from a broken leg and the smaller neat scars where they cut, not made much difference with 1/2 a bottle but it cant do any harm.
#20
My scars don't fade significantly and I scar from everything - I still have the chickenpox scars (including those I didn't scratch) from year 5, so 13 years ago. It says the trial on african women only improved after a year or something, so I haven't been expecting anything, but it has made my skin really soft and smoothed out some raised scars I had. It is non-greasy and doesn't block my pores, and at this price I can afford to use it all over! The closest thing to the texture is Vitamin E oil, which comes in much smaller bottles, and is much more likely to end up in my mouth than on my skin.

I had no idea Amazon sold things like this, thanks OP!
#21
Rescue Oil out of Savers works wonders and is a lot cheaper. Recommeded by my other half!
#22
My wife swears by the stuff, I order 6 at a time. Good for penile stretch marks lol
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If you are a member, COSTCO do the 200ml for £10. This easily absorbed oil smells delicious and works out super cheap as it lasts forever.

I can't say whether any of the 'clones' work as well, but if you can buy the real deal at such good prices, then I'd only go for that.

Given that everyone's skin is unique to them, then it is really is no surprise that there is no one magic potion that works for everyone. That doesn't make a product useless, simply means it didn't suit that individual.
#24
Mascherano
yes, its snake oil unfortunately.
A good way of relieving gullible people of a few quid.
It does not help with scars


my missus got conned by the hype, 13 months after the baby and 2 bottles latter with constant use and nothing to report - dud, snake oil or any other name you'd like

please save yourself some £dissapointment

oh ...cold
#25
I can assure you that this product DOES work on scars.

I'd never heard of it until I ended up with a horrible raised 5" scar from temple to cheekbone which required 10 stiches. This was recommended by the A&E nurse and after using less than half a bottle you could barely see the scar. for the price is hardly prohibitive so it surely worth a try unless you prefer scars.....
banned#26
cabbage
I can assure you that this product DOES work on scars.

I'd never heard of it until I ended up with a horrible raised 5" scar from temple to cheekbone which required 10 stiches. This was recommended by the A&E nurse and after using less than half a bottle you could barely see the scar. for the price is hardly prohibitive so it surely worth a try unless you prefer scars.....


The A&E nurse doesnt know what s/he was talking about, then. This doesnt work because what it claims to do is impossible. Literally impossible.
Scars fade on their own so people think this stuff helps. Its a triumph of marketing that they get people to use this nonsense for a year before judging its results!
We're all in the wrong business, we should be selling snake oil at a preposterous mark-up

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