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Say a Big Thank You with Bio-Oil

8th November 2013

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Bio-Oil has launched a Big Thank You campaign to encourage consumers and Healthcare Professionals to reach out to someone important to them who has shown them support or inspired them.


Bio-Oil tackle psychological impact of scars and stretch marks with new ‘Skin Stories’ campaign

8th April 2013

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Bio-Oil has launched a new campaign to address the psychological impact of scarring and stretch marks by encouraging women to share their experiences online. The campaign, Skin Stories, aims to help boost body confidence and develop a healthier perspective on the way their skin looks.


The Royal College of Midwives Annual Midwifery Award

8th March 2013

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The Royal College of Midwives Annual Midwifery Awards are an important time for recognising the hard work of midwives across the country and to show our support of the important role midwives play, Bio-Oil sponsored the awards for the second year running.


Bio-Oil awarded Skin Health Alliance stamp of approval

8th September 2012

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Already a favourite with consumers, the specialist skincare oil for improving the appearance of scars, stretch marks and uneven skin tone can now proudly display the ‘dermatologically accredited’ mark to reassure consumers that Bio-Oil has been independently verified by experts as a brand that believes in taking research seriously and promotes healthy skin.


Bio-Oil’s launched a Best Practice Scar Management Guide

8th June 2012

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Bio-Oil realised a genuine need for a Best Practice Guide on Scars due to findings we undertook in a nurses survey in 2011


Conferences in May

8th May 2012

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Bio-Oil has recently carried out a survey of 177 midwives which has found that over a quarter (28%) frequently see women with low body confidence as a result of their stretch marks and one in seven have experienced cases where stretch marks have directly affected a mum’s recovery from birth or bond with her baby.



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