Scars. Spots. Dry, dehydrated skin. I have them all. And thanks to the sun, it only gets worse. Aside from my belief in Aloe Vera and double cleansing, there’s another thing that has helped me with my skin issues – Bio Oil.

I’ve been using Bio Oil for almost 2 years now, and I have zero regrets. The oil works for me, although I am aware it wasn’t the case for some consumers. However, this is my opinion about the coveted Oil – you should definitely give it a try. It ~might~ be the thing that works for you, just like it did for me.


Bio Oil is a specialist skincare product that helps improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks and uneven skin tone.

Its advanced formulation, which contains the breakthrough ingredient PurCellin Oil, also makes it highly effective for numerous other skin concerns, including aging skin and dehydrated skin.

Bio Oil is formulated with the following all-natural ingredients: Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Calendula Oil, Lavender Oil, Rosemary Oil and Chamomile Oil

It is also a non-comedogenic (acnegenic), hypo-allergenic product that is suitable for use by individuals with sensitive skin.

  • Stretch marks
  • Scars
  • Dry Skin
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Dehydrated skin
How To
  • Apply a few drops of Bio-Oil to your fingers or directly to the skin.
  • Massage into the skin for 30 or more seconds until the oil has absorbed.
  • Apply two times daily for three or more months for best results!


The oil doesn’t sit heavy on your skin, and smells pretty pleasant. But, if you’re sensitive to smells, you might want to sit this one out. For me personally, the product has worked pretty darned well. Although I will admit, it’s DEFINITELY a little steeply priced.

You can shop Bio Oil on It comes in various sizes and at different price points.

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A voracious addict of everything beauty, little did I know I would be treading down this path. Started off as a dentist, occasionally dribbling in the arts. Now full time Instagram browser and money spender. They say money doesn't buy happiness. I disagree. They probably didn't know where to shop.