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Multiuse Skincare Oil
4.2 oz
 4.2 oz
6.7 oz
2.0 oz
Bio-Oil

Multiuse Skincare Oil

4.3( 841 Ratings )
Highlights
Why It's SpecialBio-Oil is the BEST skin product on the market. I use it as a twice a day, morning and before i go to bed. Small lines have disappeared. My skin is very smooth and seems to glow.
What It IsDiminish the look of scars, stretch marks, and uneven skin tone using the award-winning Bio-Oil Multiuse Skincare Oil.
Ingredients
21 ingredients
Effects
Soybean Oil
Hydrating, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant, Fungal Acne
Sunflower Seed Oil
Soothing, Hydrating, Anti-Oxidant, Fungal Acne
Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract
Hydrating, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant
Rosmarinus Officinalis
Soothing, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant
Lavender Oil
Soothing, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant
Anthemis Nobilis
Soothing, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant
Vitamin E Acetate
Anti-Aging
Lavandula Angustifolia
Soothing, Anti-Inflammatory
Isopropyl Myristate
Fungal Acne
Mineral Oil
Hydrating, Comedogenic
Glycine Soja
Hydrating, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant
Retinyl Palmitate
Anti-Oxidant, Anti-Aging, Fungal Acne, Anti-Aging
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Reviews

DIY Shimmer Oil
DIY Shimmer Oil
I’m going to be honest. I avoid the sun at all costs and I am too lazy to self tan, but I really really like the look of glowy skin in the summer. I can’t help it. In my quest for the perfect glow, I stumbled upon a few shimmer oils but was blown away by the prices. $59 for 3 oz of body oil? No thanks... The thing is, I do use body oil daily. I like to put it on over my moisturizer (CeraVe moisturizing cream) to lock it in, but I also like that it gives a little sheen to my skin. Plus the scent is amazing. That’s when I got to thinking, why not make my own shimmer oil? Using stuff I already had, I was able to whip this up in 10 minutes and the result is a subtle glow and shine that lasts all day. Here’s how to do it: 1. Grab a body oil of your choice. I like Palmer’s because the scent is sweet and it absorbs really well into the skin. An oil works better than a lotion because it has a subtle glaze-y glow to it already. Plus you don’t have to break the bank. Here are some good ones: PALMER'S - Cocoa Butter Formula Skin Therapy Oil Neutrogena - Body Oil Bio-Oil - Multiuse Skincare Oil 2. Grab a powdered highlighter (pressed or loose, cream will not work) that blends well with your skin tone. Test it on your arm to make sure it blends to a slight glimmer without any light or dark cast to it. The more translucent the better. I used doucce pressed highlighter in “solstice” because I had it laying around. If your highlighter is pressed, use a spoon to remove it from its container and stir until it’s broken up. Here are some ones I like: doucce - Freematic Highlighter Mono wet n wild - MegaGlo Loose Highlighting Powder NYX - Shimmer Down Pigment 3. Using a funnel (or a piece of paper wrapped into a cone), combine about 1/2tsp of powdered highlighter to your body oil, close and shake. Add more for a more dramatic effect, up to 1tsp of highlighter. 4. Apply daily over moisturizer or directly to skin! And that’s it! Go get your glow on. -XOK
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beautyORbullshit
Body Oil
Neutrogena-Body Oil
DIY Salon Nail Care at home 💕
DIY Salon Nail Care at home 💕
Maintaining healthy nails can be hard, especially if you’re like me and have frail nails. It’s important to remember to take care of your bare nails, cuticles, and the skin AROUND your nails. I’m being especially conscious of this right now since it’s starting to get cold; I am starting to get my season eczema on my right fingers, and this is one of my bi-weekly treats to myself. You can create this salon-level care at home too in these simple steps: 1. Clean your hands and nails, and soak them in warm water. I don’t have a fancy bowl or basin, so I cleaned my sink and filled it up with warm water instead! I soaked my hands for about 5 minutes to soften up the skin. 2. Apply an oil to your nails and the surrounding skin. If you have a cuticle oil, great! But I’m not that girl...so I just used my trusty Bio Oil. Bio-Oil - Multiuse Skincare Oil I’ve been using this on my entire body here and there for years. You can use an unscented facial oil or really any non-cooking oil to create this! Let this soak in for 5 minutes before washing your hands. 3. Apply a hand cream. This is a super important step. A lightweight hand cream can help seal in the moisture in your hands and nails. I’m using the Biossance hand cream BIOSSANCE - Squalane + Omega Repair Hand Cream it’s fragrance free and lightweight (NO CAT HAIR STICKS TO IT!!) and it’s my little splurge I allow myself to take. A Gold Bond cream or Eucerin cream will work too! There you have it—salon level hand and nail care without the price tag. What are your favorite ways to take care of your nails/hands at home? #CheriePartner
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relpixela
Multiuse Skincare Oil
Bio-Oil-Multiuse Skincare Oil
Unsung Skincare Hero
Unsung Skincare Hero
I’ve actually been using the Bio Oil for some time now. I used this when it first came out years ago for my face to even out my skin tone and fade blemishes. But I lived in the Philippines before and given the very humid environment there, the feeling of oil on my already oily face was the least that I wanted. It was effective but I kind of just moved on with trying other products. Then came my pregnancy and I used this again to prevent the stretch marks. I could say that this is really reliable because I wasn’t able to have stretchmarks on my tummy throughout my pregnancy. Yay! Now that I live in the US, I chanced upon this again because I needed something for a scar from a scald I had. I remembered that this is also reliable for scars and I was quite impressed how effective it was in diminishing the scar in a span of 2 weeks. Bio- Oil contains Purcellin Oil which supposedly makes it non- greasy, and is formulated with vitamins A & E, calendula, lavender, rosemary & chamomile oils. I also use this on my face now that it’s already winter time and it definitely helped improve even my skin tone and overall brightness by diminishing blemishes. I use this as my last step skin care routine at night especially after twice a week chemical exfoliation using either drunk elephant sukari facial or the ordinary AHA BHA peel, so I guess exfoliation also helps a lot! How about you? Do you have an unsung skincare hero?? Care to share? Bio-Oil - Multiuse Skincare Oil
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WillWorkforMascara
Multiuse Skincare Oil
Bio-Oil-Multiuse Skincare Oil
will this help surgery scars 👀
will this help surgery scars 👀
I had emergency surgery in mid October 😩🙏🏾that left me with two scars. I'm so grateful for my health but I'd like to lighten the scars if possible. I discovered Bio-Oil - Multiuse Skincare Oilon here thanks to the@cheriecommunity 🙌🏾 I'm excited to see if it will work! I added pictures of what the scars look like now. The instructions recommend using this twice a day for three months, so I'll update every month to show the progress (if any)!
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VanessaHerring
Multiuse Skincare Oil
Bio-Oil-Multiuse Skincare Oil
Let’s talk stretch marks
Let’s talk stretch marks
Ok ladies ! I was willing and excited to try this Bio-Oil - Multiuse Skincare Oil essentially “baby oil” for my stretch marks in my thighs. As it didn’t dictate that it was solely for stomach and pregnancy marks I thought why not give it a go. So after 2 months of trials - I’ve seen no difference. The first picture is the first month I tried it and the second is 3 months later. Did it fade them? No. Did I notice any changes ? I guess a little. This is on opposite legs and maybe because I’m so fair skinned it’s hard to see but in person the lines are evident in the post picture. If not more. What it did do is just made my skin softer. I guess at the end of this I discovered that working out will inevitably lead to stretch marks and I’ve just gotta love them! Leave your posts below! Jenn
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jennyfromtheblock
Multiuse Skincare Oil
Bio-Oil-Multiuse Skincare Oil
Tips for dry skin care
Tips for dry skin care
✨ Don’t use overly hot water when showering or cleansing your face. Stick to warm water as hot water is drying and can damage the outer layers of your skin causing irritation and inflammation. If your skin is red after showering then your water is too hot! ✨ Pat your skin dry after showering or cleansing. Don’t rub your towel back and forward over your skin as this can cause irritation due to friction and pulls more moisture away from the surface of your skin. ✨ Moisturise straight after showering or cleansing. This way you lock the moisture into the surface of your skin. ✨ Avoid products with harsh alcohols in the ingredients. When reading the ingredients ethanol, ethyl alcohol, denatured alcohol, alcohol denat, methanol, isopropyl alcohol, benzyl alcohol or SD alcohol are the ones to avoid. If one of these are listed in the first five ingredients they’re a major component of the product. These types of alcohol upset the natural balance of your skin by stripping it which it irritating and can cause breakouts. ✨ Be selective of products containing fragrances if you have sensitive skin. Synthetic fragrances (listed as fragrance, perfume or aroma in the ingredients) and even some natural ones such as citrus oils are very drying and can cause sensitivity or allergic reactions in your skin. Some great natural fragrances which don’t cause sensitivity and smell good are vanilla, coconut, cocoa butter and shea butter. ✨ Don’t skip exfoliation. While over exfoliation isn’t good for your skin you don’t want to avoid exfoliating either. Exfoliation is a must to remove dead skin so that your good products can actually penetrate into your skin. Consider gentle chemical exfoliators such as lactic acid or mandelic acid which are suitable for dry and sensitive skin and avoid physical exfoliators if they irritate your skin.
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jassintadoe
Dry Skin Relief Body Butter
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