Show off your glow, and your confidence

Win with Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel
Win with Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel

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.

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.

So that you can confidently show off your glow, Bio-Oil is giving away three Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel hampers valued at R2 000 each. The hampers include a 200ml Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel, four 50ml Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gels, a luxurious BENA gown and eye mask, Bio-Oil branded slippers, a water bottle, toiletry bag and a shopper.

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

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

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