CVS has launched an online ad campaign that aims to encourage people to take care of their skin by using olive oil.
The campaign, called Olive Oil, aims to explain the differences in the oils and how they’re different from each other.
The campaign, launched on October 4, is available in more than 120 countries.
The campaign is targeted at women who have recently been diagnosed with acne, and is part of the company’s effort to increase awareness of the issues that women face, like skin cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.
“In this campaign, we’re going to show you the differences and the benefits of different oils, and also to show that olive oil can be really good for your skin,” a spokesperson told Business Insider.
“It’s not just good for skin.
It’s really good in treating acne and skin issues, and in general, it’s a really good source of healthy fats.”
The campaign also shows the difference between olive oils and regular oils, which are usually made from oils derived from coconut oil, sunflower oil, and palm oil.
“The real value is that it can be a very effective way of controlling inflammation,” the spokesperson said.
“You’re not going to feel any type of skin irritation or acne.
It doesn’t have the same high-pitched, burning smell, and that’s really important.
If you can use it to control acne and inflammation, then you can really get some of that good fats that your body needs.”
The spokesperson went on to explain that olive oils are often used for acne-fighting and anti-aging purposes, as well as for treating dryness.
CVS, which is owned by Wal-Mart, says that it’s committed to providing consumers with a healthy and delicious shopping experience, but the company is not making any promises about its olive oil products.
“We have never marketed olive oil to the general public, and our products are not intended to treat acne or other skin conditions,” the CVS spokesperson said in a statement.
“Our products are designed to treat the symptoms of skin conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis.
However, some people may find our products beneficial for other conditions, and we are committed to being transparent about this.”
The CVS campaign will continue to roll out in countries around the world.
For now, the company does not have a list of countries that will be featured in the campaign.