I’m sure many of us have heard of Bio-Oil — a prominent brand in the skincare industry. Just recently though, the company released its latest product setting its eyes on combating dry skin this time around. Needless to say, Malaysians were pretty hyped up about the news seeing that dry skin is common no thanks to our hot and humid weather.
Speaking to WORLD OF BUZZ, Charlotte, having used Bio-Oil in the past shared with us her excitement over the brand’s latest invention, saying: “Bio-Oil reduced visible scars on my leg post-surgery. Not only is it effective, but it also feels good on the skin as it’s not greasy. I’m hopeful their latest invention will live up to the expectations of many.” On top of that, other users have commented that they are eager to see how this product fares compared to others.
Three decades into the making, the company’s latest addition Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel, promises to be a valuable alternative to existing products in the market. Curious to know more? Here’s everything you should know about it:
It’s a better alternative to creams, body lotions and body butters
It’s a common misconception that water (usually 70%) contained in products such as creams, body lotions, and body butters help moisturise skin. In actual fact, water evaporates when it comes in contact with your skin, hence the cooling sensation you feel when you apply creams and lotions. This basically means water is an inactive ingredient when it comes to treating dry skin.
What’s great about Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is that it contains only 3% water, replacing much of the inactive water in other dry skin products with oil — thus making it highly effective in treating dry skin.
It’s also suitable for sensitive skin!
What’s also great about Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is that it’s clinically tested to be suitable for sensitive skin and is non-comedogenic. Basically, this means you’d have less to worry about it damaging the skin. In addition, using Bio-Oil will not clog the pores, making it safe to be used on the face and body!
Applying it is super easy, convenient, and economicalUnlike creams and lotions, it only needs to be applied using a small amount of gel to cover the same body area. This is because most of the water content in creams and lotions evaporate when it comes into contact with skin. As Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is oil-based, only a little is needed. This means added savings wei!
The gel also gives off the same pleasant smell that those who’ve used Bio-Oil on scars and stretch marks will be familiar with. What’s more, it glides on the skin smoothly and does not need to be rubbed in like a lot of creams and lotions.
It’s clinically- and user-testedHaving roped in over 447 international beauty accolades over the years, it’s safe to say the experts behind this latest formula are pros in regards to skincare.
If you’re still having doubts, however, here’s why you shouldn’t:
- In a clinical trial, 100% of subjects showed improvement in 2 weeks.
- In a user trial, 92% of participants agreed that ‘the product leaves skin feeling immediately moisturised’.
Given the company’s outstanding track record, we certainly don’t find this surprising.
Well, if you’re eager to try it out for yourself, then you’ll be glad to know that Malaysia is the 1st country in Asia to launch this product.
Deets on prices below:
- RM19.90 (50ml)
- RM34.95 (100ml)
- RM58.25 (200ml)
They’re now available at pharmacies and personal care stores nationwide!
Of course, don’t just take our word for it. Give it a try! Also, if you have any success stories of using Bio-Oil products over the years, let us know in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you guys!
Cheers to a smooth and supple skin fellow Malaysians!
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