Show off your glow

The journey to healthy skin and confidence, starts and ends with oil.
The journey to healthy skin and confidence, starts and ends with oil.

The journey to confidence starts with oil.

Dry skin is one of the biggest skin concerns facing South Africans. Dry skin is dull and lifeless, it can hinder your confidence – making you cover up, making you unable to do the things you want to.

Typically, dry skin is treated using creams and lotions. The problem is these products are made up of mostly water – usually around 70%, which is of no benefit to skin moisturisation. Because skin is waterproof and doesn’t let water in, most of the cream or lotion simply evaporates when applied to skin, making them ineffective in treating dry skin. 

Cosmetic scientist and owner of Cosmetic Solutions, John Knowlton explains “It is the oil in a cream or lotion that confers the beneficial effects on the skin and the water fraction has no value whatsoever”. 

Skin by design, loves oil. Skin needs oil. Only oil-based skincare can effectively improve skin health because oil nourishes, restores and protects skin. Oil locks in moisture, and gives skin life – ultimately giving you your glow back.

Skincare that works. 

No brand understands the relationship between skin, oil and water better than Bio-Oil.

Bio-Oil believes that the journey to healthy skin and confidence, starts and ends with oil. It’s why Bio-Oil believes in the power of oil and why they’ve pursued and perfected specialist oil-based skincare solutions for more than 30 years.

Bio-Oil is known and loved for its Skincare Oil that treats scars and stretch marks, and now with Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel, the brand has redefined the way South Africans target and treat dry skin, with a breakthrough in oil-based skincare technology.

Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel has been formulated for results and designed to effectively restore dry skin. According to Knowlton: “The unique design of Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel means that almost every ingredient in the formulation is active, unlike conventional creams and lotions which have high percentages of in-active water.”

Glow, from the inside out.

Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is skincare that understands dry skin. This revolutionary oil-based gel is clinically proven to target and treat dry to very dry skin by providing immediate relief, and intense, long-lasting moisturisation. 100% active and 100% effective, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel’s breakthrough formulation absorbs easily and its dual-action moisturisation effectively restores dry skin by nourishing and conditioning it.

When applied to the skin, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel works harder and goes further than creams and lotions. Therefore, a lot less product is needed to moisturise the same body area, making Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel great value too.

The journey to healthy skin and confidence, starts

Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel gives skin what it needs to be healthy and resilient, so you can confidently show off your glow.

It’s your skin. It’s your glow. Own it.  

Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is available at Clicks, Dis-Chem, Checkers, Pick ‘n Pay, pharmacies and select retail outlets nationwide. Follow Bio-Oil South Africa on Facebook @BioOilza and Instagram @BioOil_za

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

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