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Caring for acne scarring and acne-prone skin: A guide for healthcare professionals

20th July 2017

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A broad skincare category is imperative in supporting patients in pharmacy – watch our latest Webinar

27th January 2017

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This webinar looks at how you can optimise your skincare category within your pharmacy in preparation for the autumn and winter seasons, which sees skin conditions worsen due to weather amongst other exacerbation triggers.


Bio-Oil launches new primary care training module alongside Dermatology Specialist Nurse

16th June 2016

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This week, we launched a new online training module offering primary care healthcare professionals (HCPs) the opportunity to develop their knowledge and access resources to support patients with scarring.


Patients identify scarring as a cause of psychological wellbeing concerns following new research

14th May 2016

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A new survey conducted by Opinion Health on behalf of Bio-Oil, among 1,000 people in the UK, has highlighted the psychological impact that living with scarring or stretch marks can have on many patients.1


UK nurses call for greater focus on scar management

8th May 2015

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To find out more about the experiences of nursing when managing patients with scarring, we conducted a survey amongst almost 1000 nurses, which has been published in The Independent Nurse. Here are some of the key findings from the report:


Interactive Workshop at London Nurse Show

8th April 2015

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This week we exhibited at the London Nurse Show (LNS), which took place in London’s Alexandra Palace. LNSis free for nurses to attend and there were 1000 nurses registered across the two days. It is a bespoke event with student sessions available during the second half of day two.



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