BIOM8 - Skin Conditioning Oil

Rated 4.66 out of 5 based on 165 customer ratings
(165 customer reviews)

A natural solution that mimics the skins own defenses.

  • Replenish the skin’s moisture barrier
  • Direct antioxidant delivery
  • Fast absorbing
  • Excellent as a tanning oil
  • All natural ingredients
  • Can be integrated into existing routines
  • Can be added to other products
  • Minimal amount required for effectiveness
  • Aids in restoration of skin tone
  • Profits support further R&D

Ingredients:

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Tricaprylin (Caprylic Triglyceride), Hippophae Rhamnoids (Sea Buckthorn) Seed Oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E)

Free from additives, preservatives or bonding agents.

It is my hope that BIOM8 will be as effective for you as it has been for me.

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User Reviews

4.66 out of 5

165 reviews

4.66 out of 5 stars

4 reviews with a 4-star rating

  1. Jeff Z

    4 out of 5

    Jeff Z

    Great product, give it a try!

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  2. Brian

    4 out of 5

    Brian (verified owner)

    Working well on my face…….my ear canal is getting better but not there yet……I have been using Biom8 for 2 weeks……So far this product is better than anything the American Medical Assoc and big Pharma has to offer…….Plutocracy Sucks!

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  3. Richard

    4 out of 5

    Richard (verified owner)

    Just received in the UK. Great delivery service. As for product, used twice with no reaction. So far, so very good. Thanks.

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  4. Philippe

    4 out of 5

    Philippe (verified owner)

    I’ve had a SD that comes and goes for years. I’m a 31 yo male from Montreal. All my life, I’ve experienced many skin problems: inflammatory acne, oily skin, clogged pores, eczema and a bit of rosacea on the cheeks, and SD as I said. It’s been sometimes difficult for me to make a difference between all of these problems, since the symptoms are often very similar. I have to mention that I did a Accutane cure when I was 15, and it worked at 50 % in my case. Acne came back as long with oily skin after the treatment. At 23, I was sick of my skin, so I decided to talk to dermatologist about low dose Accutane, on which he agreed to give a shot. It’s been working well for me with a 10 mg per day. I’ve been taking this dose for 7 years now and my acne is under control, even if my skin is still a bit oily (but acceptable).

    I made the mistake to use a very strong corticosteroid on my SD on my face when it got bad 3 times in my life, and every time, this ended up with very bad perioral dermatisis. I had my last one in May this year. I had to go on Minocyclin for about 3 months, 100mg per day, to make it go away. And the SD was still there in the meantime, so it was nightmare to deal with.

    I have to mention that I’ve always took the sun (yeah, including the tanning beds), once every week of 2 weeks. My skin is vey tolerant to the sun, so even on Accutane, I’ve never burned. In April, I decided to go easy on the the UVs since it’s bad for the wrinkles (and cancer…), and I noticed my SD was coming back. This is when I used my corticosteroids. It helped at first, but then red bumps started to appears on my perioral area. One week after, I had this pimples rash with super dry flaky skin on this area. The POD was back and strong this time! This is when I started to take Minocyclin again. It took around 2 months to have it under control, but the SD was still there.

    I tried so many things, including Nizoral and Selsun Blue Shampoos to fight the yeast, that help but are not enough to keep the SD really under control. They are drying for the skin, so I use them that way: one day, I wash my face with Nizoral (2 % kentoconazole), one day, I use Cetaphil cleanser (for dry skin, even mine is still oily), one day I use the Selsun (2,5% selenium sulfide), one day Cetaphil, and then do that cycle again. I found that switching products helps fighting the yeast more. That being said, I started seeing the sun again (at least once a week), and it also helps.

    Because these shampoos are drying, I needed something to hydrate my skin properly. The Skin Conditioning Oil is the best! It really makes a difference! But, for me, it still could feel some discomfort and redness on my SD weak spots (every side of my nose, under my nose and on the chin, near my lip). That’s when I decided to also order the Probiotic Repair Spray. Bingo! With the shampoos, the Cetaphil and these two products, I don’t worry about my SD that much anymore. No, it doesn’t cure it, but It definitely keeps it away, or almost. It’s barely noticeable now and my skin doesn’t feel weird.

    About the diet, I tried many things as well, but I can’t tell it makes a huge difference. I tried cutting the gluten, the alcohol… doesn’t change much. So now, I live my life the way I intend to. I do eat well, tend to sleep well and I workout a lot, so I guess the heathly lifestyle never hurts.

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