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Tea with Bio-Oil

I was invited to tea with Bio-Oil last Saturday! *literally omg*


Was pretty excited as I saw some ads on tv about it, and Joyce's mum personally gone through a few bottles of it which effectively lightened her burn scar! Sounds like some miracle!

With Joyce!
 The tea session was held at Spruce, which was a little cafe/restaurant on Phoenix Park. Met Joyce and cabbed there~ And upon reaching, we were served a 3-tier stack of noms!! Woohoo noms *gluttony moment*


Some key herbs used: rosemary (I have this plant at home! <3) lavender, chamomile, chrysanthemum.

 Vitamin E oil which was applied to one hand to test absorbency and its finish, to compare with Bio-Oil which is formulated with PurCellin Oil, plant extracts and vitamins. Check here out for the full list of ingredients!

Vitamin E oil: super oily, leaves a shiny oily firm on surface and accentuates the pigments on my hand omgwtf

Bio-Oil: absorbs fast with no stickiness, leaving skin smooth!

Hope my scars (under makeup, heh) will be healed and skintone will be evened out so I don't need foundation anymore!! Awaiting that day!!

Will post a detailed review about Bio-Oil soon!

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  1. Bio Oil and Tea? Sounds like a winning combination! Thanks for this! really enjoyed it!

    One question, did you find tht bio-oil was overly oily? or did you only use a little bit on your skin?eause when i've used skin oil before i cant even pick things up like my iphone without dropping them and them sliding all over the place... maybe im using too much? <3

    Bc

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    1. Yes, I use a reeeaaalllyyy small amount so that it absorbs fast. It isn't very oily as compared to other body oils, and it absorbs fast! It is however the frequency that you use it that heals faster, not the amount you use each time >.< best to use once before sleeping and once when u wake up! ^^

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