Finally, skincare that understands dry skin

With winter fast approaching, your skin is due to face its biggest challenge yet – dehydration. Your skin faces a daily battle against exposure to the elements, and it’s difficult to find a skincare solution that actually makes a difference in keeping your skin looking and feeling healthy.

Introducing the next generation in the treatment of dry skin, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel. Yet another skincare game changer from Bio-Oil.

A trusted heritage.

For over thirty years, specialist oil-based skincare brand Bio-Oil has been recommended and trusted for its efficacy in minimising the appearance of scars and stretch marks with its Bio-Oil Skincare Oil. Now the attention has turned to dry skin – one of the biggest unmet skin concerns on the planet. With the release of Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel, the brand is redefining the way South African’s target and treat dry skin.

A new innovation.

Currently dry skin sufferers are using creams and lotions - these products are made up mostly of water, usually between 60%-80%. But because skin is waterproof, this water evaporates from the surface of the skin and is of no benefit to skin moisturisation.

Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel’s formulation is different. It takes the existing dry skin technology of creams and lotions, and improves on it by replacing the in-active water in these formulations, with skin nourishing oils and other active ingredients.

100% active. 100% effective.

Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel has been formulated for results and designed to effectively restore dry skin. What makes Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel unique is its potency. According to Cosmetic Scientist, John 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.”

Works harder. Goes further.

In other words, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel’s breakthrough formulation contains only what works for dry skin, and nothing that doesn’t. When applied to the skin, the oil-based gel works harder and goes further than water-based creams and lotions. And because substantially less product is needed to cover the same body area, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is not just 100% effective, it’s good value too.

The users have their say.

In a two-week user trial conducted by Ayton Global Research in the United Kingdom on 102 dry skin sufferers, 92% agreed that “the product leaves skin feeling immediately moisturised.” 85% confirmed that “their skin looked better than it did at the beginning of the two-week period”. While 86% were confident enough to declare that “their dry skin improved over the course of the two-week period” after using Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel.

Tested and safe.

Users with sensitive skin or prone to allergies can rest easy: Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel is dermatologically tested, hypo-allergenic, does not block pores, is paraben-free and suitable for all skin types.

Now available.

Don’t make your skin wait any longer. Nourish, condition and restore your skin with skincare that is designed to work for you. 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).

Website: www.bio-oil.com

Facebook: @BioOilza

Instagram: @BioOil_za

Follow #PowerfulDrySkinGel


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