Say goodbye to dull, ashy-looking skin for good! Finally, skincare that understands dry skin.

Typically, dry skin is treated using creams and lotions. These products combine oil and water using an emulsifier, which creates a product that is white, fluffy, light and easy to apply. While pleasing to the touch, creams and lotions are made up mostly of water (usually around 70%), but because our skin is hydrophobic and repels water, most of the cream or lotion we apply simply evaporates – it is in-active in treating dry skin.

Introducing the next generation in the treatment of dry skin, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel.

Since its launch in September 2018, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel has been redefining the way South Africans treat their dry skin. More and more consumers have begun to switch from creams and lotions to this potent oil-based gel because they feel they have finally found a product that understands dry skin. In a recent user trial, 93% of skin-savvy South Africans agreed that Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is better at targeting and treating dry skin compared to any other dry skin product they have used in the past.

Kirstin Kruger of Bio-Oil explains: “Given that creams and lotions are predominantly in-active in treating dry skin, an opportunity existed to create a formulation that contains only what works for dry skin, and nothing that doesn’t. Bio-Oil has pioneered a way to replace the in-active water found in creams and lotions with skin-nourishing oils, thereby creating a product that is 100% active and 100% effective.” Kruger continues, “Containing just 3% water, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel’s breakthrough formulation works harder and goes further than water-based creams and lotions. It absorbs easily, gives skin a radiant, healthy glow and restores dry skin by nourishing and conditioning it.” 

Tried and tested. 

Don’t just take our word for it! Here’s what 460 South Africans suffering from dry skin had to say …

98% agreed that Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel effectively restores dry skin.

97% agreed that Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel offers immediate and long-lasting moisturisation for dry skin.

95% agreed that only a small amount of Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is needed to moisturise skin.

94% agreed that Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is value for money.

*User trial results from over 460 South African dry skin sufferers, May 2019.

Now available.

Join the revolution and experience the power of Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel for yourself! Formulated for results and designed to work with your skin all year round, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is available at Clicks, Dis-Chem, pharmacies and select retail outlets nationwide in 50ml (RRP R59.99), 100ml (RRP R109.99) and 200ml (RRP R184.99).

See product reviews here 

bio oil gel tubs

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This post and content is sponsored, written and provided by Bio-Oil.

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