Bio-Oil continues to turn heads with its powers and performance yet sometimes, just sometimes, customers don’t get the results they were expecting. Why? Because they weren’t using it in the recommended way.
That’s where YOU come in – Pharmacy Beauty Assistants listen up – here’s how to help your customers get the best benefits from their Bio-Oil.
Dr Charlotte Middleton - Integrative Medical Practitioner and Amanda Garling - Bio-Oil Representative recently presented to beauty media, talking about the skin issues Bio-Oil targets: scars, stretch marks, uneven skin tone. And, for best results? Use less, more often.
“When applying topical oils, it’s important to massage the skin in a circular motion. This will not only help the product to absorb better, but will also help to stimulate the underlying skin circulation,” says Dr Charlotte.
COMPLIANCE TO USING THE OIL TWICE A DAY
By Amanda Garling
It is recommended that BioOil be applied twice daily, for a minimum of three months for best results to be seen.
USE A SMALL AMOUNT. NEVER SLATHER IT ON
By Amanda Garling.
“The right application is to remember less is more with the product. You don’t want to be pouring lots on. Rule of thumb: to use less is much better, top it up twice a day, use it morning and night. And if you can get to your scar or stretchmark without having to strip off too much during the day, by all means use it again.”
APPLY USING SMALL CIRCULAR MOTIONS TO THOROUGHLY COVER THE SCAR/BLEMISH
By Amanda Garling
“If you’re using it for scar or stretch mark treatment, apply using a circular motion and massage in until it disappears. Massage the skin all the way down the affected area and all the way back up. You want to break down the scar tissue and get the blood flowing into the area to see really great results.”
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