Bio Oil is one option that people with stretch marks or scars may look into. This product has been helping people to clear up their skin for lots of years, originally developed in the 1970s and launched in the 1980s. Below you’ll discover out how the components make this product work so well and short history on the product.
It has many uses and it has more natural ingredients than other products. Some users find this product really helpful especially in treating scars while others are not fully satisfied with the result. Unfortunately this oil does not offer a free sample and you have to buy the product to see for yourself whether it is really effective in getting rid of skin problems or not.
You only need 3 to 4 drops to cover your face and neck. Many people prefer to apply it before going to bed, to let it soak in overnight. It should be applied before your regular moisturiser, as face cream can leave a residue which blocks the absorption of the oil. It doesn’t contain any sunscreen, so apply this after the oil has soaked into the skin. Instructions are supplied with the packaging, showing you how to massage it into your face and neck.
Bio Oil can work well on raised scars giving a much smoother appearance making them look lighter and less red. The product should not be used on fresh scars and should wait for them to heal slightly.
Bio-oil or pyrolysis oil is obtained from biomass. When high heat is applied, biomass breaks down into solids like charcoal and gases. Some of these gases condense at room temperature to form bio-oil. It is slightly acidic organic oil. Regular application of bio-oil is claimed to reduce stretch marks. It increases the elasticity of the skin and repairs the scarring. A large number of women use bio-oil for stretch marks.