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BIO OIL - 200ml just £12.99 & £1.99 delivery at Half Price Pefumes (save 1/3) PLUS QUIDCO
BIO OIL - 200ml just £12.99 & £1.99 delivery at Half Price Pefumes (save 1/3) PLUS QUIDCO

BIO OIL - 200ml just £12.99 & £1.99 delivery at Half Price Pefumes (save 1/3) PLUS QUIDCO

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Huge, hard-to-find 200ml bottle of this wonder product RRP £19.95 Our Price: £12.99

A great price for this product, useful for expectant mums! Spend £40 and get free shipping.

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.

Hurry though, stock is limited !

Today only - the 60ml pack is just £4.99 !! It's a great opportunity to try this amazing product.

Two massive 200ml bottles ie 400ml of Bio-Oil for less than you would normally pay for 90ml ! (3 x 30ml)

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Or it's £8.99 at Home Bargains

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donnydude;4089257

Or it's £8.99 at Home Bargains



Haven't seen it in stock at our local, but thanks for the tip! Will look out for it.

Voted Cold.

£14.77 total here - nutrisun.co.uk/bse…Oil Used these guys before with no problems. Buy two bottles and it's even cheaper.

£13.85 delivered here - chemistdirect.co.uk/bio…tml

These two are the sites I know that sell them for cheaper. Not sure if they can be had for cheaper if you search more.

Voted cold as the whole cosmetics industry is based on making you feel ugly. Lets face it, if they did come up with a product that made you look young and feel wonderful that would be the only product you need and they go out of business.

All those adverts that pretend it is normal for a 40yo to look like an 18yo and there must be something wrong with you if you don't, so buy our product.

Plus repeated independent testing showing that hardly any of the stuff works in the slightest and they just feed you false hope. They use pseudo-science language in the ads to make you believe they are developed by real scientists. Just like above - PurCellin Oil - wtf is that? It is nonsense.

Add to that the misleading figures: 84% of women agree its brilliant - look at the small print. Based on a sample of 94 (example) women. Such a low test group practically guarantees good figures but its hardly representative of the millions of people in the country.

And yet because they keep telling you that you aren't good enough the way you are, people happily give them billions of pounds every year in the hope that they can look younger. Looking younger DOES NOT equal feeling better. Happiness does not come from perfect skin, it comes from yourself, friends and family.

Don't believe me, do some research. I'll even start you off

savingadvice.com/blo…tml

ambafrance-do.org/bea…php

cosmeticscop.com/ski…spx

Save your money and spend it on something that you will actually enjoy doing. You will be much better off for it. A bit of a rant but I really do hate the cosmetics industry as it is based on nothing but lies and false hope. They are no different than the snake-oil salesman, they just have better marketing.

pakichan;4089449

Voted Cold.£14.77 total here - … Voted Cold.£14.77 total here - http://www.nutrisun.co.uk/bsearch.asp?brandq=Bio-Oil Used these guys before with no problems. Buy two bottles and it's even cheaper.£13.85 delivered here - http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/bio-oil_1_6441.htmlThese two are the sites I know that sell them for cheaper. Not sure if they can be had for cheaper if you search more.



cheers,
used the chemist direct link :thumbsup:

dawn1e;4089301

Haven't seen it in stock at our local, but thanks for the tip! Will look … Haven't seen it in stock at our local, but thanks for the tip! Will look out for it.



They are usually at the tills and if you ask for it they have usually got some in the back X

Chaser77;4090104

Voted cold as the whole cosmetics industry is based on making you feel … Voted cold as the whole cosmetics industry is based on making you feel ugly. Lets face it, if they did come up with a product that made you look young and feel wonderful that would be the only product you need and they go out of business.All those adverts that pretend it is normal for a 40yo to look like an 18yo and there must be something wrong with you if you don't, so buy our product.Plus repeated independent testing showing that hardly any of the stuff works in the slightest and they just feed you false hope. They use pseudo-science language in the ads to make you believe they are developed by real scientists. Just like above - PurCellin Oil - wtf is that? It is nonsense. Add to that the misleading figures: 84% of women agree its brilliant - look at the small print. Based on a sample of 94 (example) women. Such a low test group practically guarantees good figures but its hardly representative of the millions of people in the country. And yet because they keep telling you that you aren't good enough the way you are, people happily give them billions of pounds every year in the hope that they can look younger. Looking younger DOES NOT equal feeling better. Happiness does not come from perfect skin, it comes from yourself, friends and family.Don't believe me, do some research. I'll even start you offhttp://www.savingadvice.com/blog/2007/05/24/101466_costly-secrets-cosmetic-companies-dont-want-you-to-know.htmlhttp://ambafrance-do.org/beauty/53645.phphttp://www.cosmeticscop.com/skin-care-facts-hypoallergenic-dermatologist-tested-claims.aspxSave your money and spend it on something that you will actually enjoy doing. You will be much better off for it. A bit of a rant but I really do hate the cosmetics industry as it is based on nothing but lies and false hope. They are no different than the snake-oil salesman, they just have better marketing.




Well from experiance i have had two children used bio oil everytime morning and night and dont have a stretch mark in sight, so even still load of rubbish or not i WILL be using this product in the future, i think it is brilliant.

MissCinderella;4091153

Well from experiance i have had two children used bio oil everytime … Well from experiance i have had two children used bio oil everytime morning and night and dont have a stretch mark in sight, so even still load of rubbish or not i WILL be using this product in the future, i think it is brilliant.




That isn't experience, that is circumstantial. Pseudo-science at its best -I used this and this happened so that is responsible without ever considering all the other factors that might have something to do with it. Good diet and exercise, staying out of the sun and fresh air are just some examples. Some people get stretch marks, others don't. It all depends on your skins elasticity. Everyone's skin is different. Its no different than some people suffer from acne and others don't. As you have never stopped to think that maybe the oil had nothing to do with it, you just naturally have good skin you will continue to buy the product. If you read the articles I listed you will find that products like this are not allowed to penetrate the skin otherwise they become classed as drugs. If something doesn't penetrate it can do no good at all. Just like collagen, you can't add it to your skin but you can encourage your skin to produce more and yet so many skin products contain collagen and the marketing tell you how good it is for your skin.

You are their ideal consumer - circumstantial evidence at best will convince you to keep buying their products and not only you as you will recommend it to your friends etc without ever once questioning whether it is actually doing anything, or even have they ensured that it is safe to use. Cosmetics companies don't have to follow the same rules as drugs companies and some of the stuff they put in some products has been conclusively proved to be harmful but that isn't important as long as you believe it is making you look younger.

Chaser77;4102255

That isn't experience, that is circumstantial. Pseudo-science at its best … That isn't experience, that is circumstantial. Pseudo-science at its best -I used this and this happened so that is responsible without ever considering all the other factors that might have something to do with it. Good diet and exercise, staying out of the sun and fresh air are just some examples. Some people get stretch marks, others don't. It all depends on your skins elasticity. Everyone's skin is different. Its no different than some people suffer from acne and others don't. As you have never stopped to think that maybe the oil had nothing to do with it, you just naturally have good skin you will continue to buy the product. If you read the articles I listed you will find that products like this are not allowed to penetrate the skin otherwise they become classed as drugs. If something doesn't penetrate it can do no good at all. Just like collagen, you can't add it to your skin but you can encourage your skin to produce more and yet so many skin products contain collagen and the marketing tell you how good it is for your skin.You are their ideal consumer - circumstantial evidence at best will convince you to keep buying their products and not only you as you will recommend it to your friends etc without ever once questioning whether it is actually doing anything, or even have they ensured that it is safe to use. Cosmetics companies don't have to follow the same rules as drugs companies and some of the stuff they put in some products has been conclusively proved to be harmful but that isn't important as long as you believe it is making you look younger.



I gotta say, I used this product and I don't know what the fuss is about... not much use to anyone in my opinion. When I was pregnant all my friends bought me stretch mark cream but I was too lazy to put it on and I didn't get any stretch marks. It is true, the media does put out a message that everyone who has kids will have stretch marks and need a tummy tuck but in my experience that just isn't true. It is the luck of the draw and it is scientifically proven that creams cannot prevent stretchmarks which occur on the bottom layers of skin because they do not penetrate to that depth.
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