Bio Oil 200ml £9.99 Half Price @ Lloyds Pharmacy Online
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Bio Oil 200ml £9.99 Half Price @ Lloyds Pharmacy Online

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Found 31st Mar 2014
Bio Oil
Was £19.99
Now £9.99
Lloyds Pharmacy also has the double and triple pack...

Bio-Oil provides effective specialist skincare for scars, stretch marks, uneven skin tone, ageing skin and dehydrated skin. This is a specialist skincare product that has been formulated especially to help improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks and uneven skin tone through regular use. It works through the use of the breakthrough ingredient PurCellin that helps replenish the skins natural oils by reducing the thickness of the oil making it easier to absorb through the skin in turn helping to reduce the effects and appearance of skin blemishes such as scars and stretch marks.

10 Comments

Excellent Find!!!

It's in poundsaver for £1.99 or less... Bought it last week

damn I bought the smaller 100ml from tesco 1/3 off

chillout2012

It's in poundsaver for £1.99 or less... Bought it last week

sorry poundstretcher £1.49

9.99 at Amazon if you order it with something else to take it up to £10
amazon.co.uk/Bio…oil

Snake oil again? this rubbish is on sale every other week Cold

Daz365

Snake oil again? this rubbish is on sale every other week Cold



This isn't snake oil, I have a scar on my arm which after 10 years did not improve in appearance. After a gift of a bottle of the genuine bio oil my scar is almost unnoticeable.

I understand scepticism, I didn't think it would help, but it has, amazingly!

chillout2012

sorry poundstretcher £1.49



200ml bottle of Bio-oil for £1.49??? Sorry if this seems rude but it does seem unlikely. Perhaps the Poundstretcher item is something in similar packaging?

NOW 19.99

Henvig

This isn't snake oil, I have a scar on my arm which after 10 years did … This isn't snake oil, I have a scar on my arm which after 10 years did not improve in appearance. After a gift of a bottle of the genuine bio oil my scar is almost unnoticeable. I understand scepticism, I didn't think it would help, but it has, amazingly!



Actually, by trying to convince me by way of an anecdote, you have shown that you really do not understand scepticism.

An advert for bio oil was banned by the ASA because the claims that it "helps improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks and uneven skin tone" were unsubstantiated.

An expert in the case said: "he was unaware of any cosmetic product that had ever been proven to have the ability to reduce the appearance of scars, other than those which had a colouration or masking effect..."

This is expensive snake oil.
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