Bio-Oil 200ml £11.98 (Prime) / £15.97 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Bio-Oil 200ml £11.98 (Prime) / £15.97 (non Prime) at Amazon

£11.98£19.9540%Amazon Deals
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Found 8th MayEdited by:"BumpandBabyDeals"
  • Helps improve the appearance of new and old scars
  • Helps prevent formation of stretch marks during pregnancy and help improve the appearance of existing stretch marks
  • Helps improve the appearance of uneven skin tone
  • Helps smooth and tone ageing, sagging and wrinkled skin on both face and body
  • The UK's No.1 selling scar & stretch mark product - IRI HBA/OTC, 52 w/e 9 Aug, 14
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Best price I've seen for bio oil with delivery, outside of eBay
samirhym7 m ago

Best price I've seen for bio oil with delivery, outside of eBay


Same... interested in why so many are voting cold? Just because the product is overrated?
This is a great price heat added
Great price!! Ive used bio oil on my face half my life n i think its much better than any serums on the market. Im 50 nxt yr and ive got very little wrinkles. Try it! Thanks x
daveateallyourbees4 h, 29 m ago

Same... interested in why so many are voting cold? Just because the …Same... interested in why so many are voting cold? Just because the product is overrated?



Because basically it is just vitamin E in a light oil suspension. Anything with a high Vit E formula will so the same job; I use a High Vit E petroleum jelly on my baby daughters skin - sadly no longer seems to be available; but it was 10 times as much usable product as this, for a 10th of the cost.

Still, she is 5 now, and I still have a quarter of the tub left, so it should last another couple of years.
this is often on offer for around £10 in Savers & Lloyds Chemists.
I personally don't trust Amazon with skincare products anymore.

Check the one star reviews reporting potentially fake:
amazon.co.uk/Bio…ews

If the product was real at this price then happy days, but sometime you need think if nowhere else is selling at such a large discounted price and some reviews reporting the packaging/product is different then to me it triggers some alarms.

But to be fair there are alot of positive feedback too so potentially diluted/mixed product or maybe just some bad batches. I don't know, but if you don't mind the risk then fair enough.
Snake oil
Terrible product.

Palmers skin therapy is much better - more natural - and cheaper I believe.

This stuff is nasty (I've used both).
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