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8th February 2015

Bio-Oil empowers nurses to care for scarring at PCNE

This week we had the privilege of hosting a workshop at the Primary Care Nursing Expo (PCNE) in London’s Business Design Centre. PCNE offers a wide choice of CPD accredited interactive workshops and a vibrant exhibition in order to help primary care nurses update their knowledge and skills in line with the latest recommendations and developments in clinical practice. It covers key areas of clinical practice such as asthma, cardiovascular, contraception , dermatology, diabetes, immunisation and wound care.

8th October 2014

Tackling scarring: patient and healthcare professional experiences

95% of nurses who attended our seminars this year felt that scarring is something they should be offering advice about. Despite this figure, only 40% of nurses currently offer advice to patients about scarring.*

8th September 2014

Bio-Oil launches new online training resource for best practice customer advice

Bio-Oil has launched a new online training resource for pharmacists to provide best practice advice for Bio-Oil’s use in scar and stretch mark management. As pharmacists are increasingly a first port of call for people seeking advice on minor ailments, the training module has been created to help pharmacists confidently discuss scarring and stretch marks with their customers, and be able to offer advice on the correct use of Bio-Oil.

8th July 2014

New government report highlights new mum body concerns and role of midwives

A new report published by the Government Equalities Office calls upon the help of midwives and health workers to offer support to new mums about body insecurities.

8th November 2013

Say a Big Thank You with Bio-Oil

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.

8th April 2013

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

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.


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