Review: Jordan Samuel Skin Retinol Treatment Oil
I found this little beauty on Cult Beauty, which is a UK based website, and can I just say, the mastermind behind one of the best (if not actually THE best) advent calendars that money can buy in October. It's certainly something I'm adding to must buy list on a yearly basis, I can assure you, but I digress. Anyway, I pick up the Jordan Samuel Skin Retinol Treatment Oil as I was intrigued by this - being a big fan of retinol, I wanted to put it back into my routine, but I didn't want to give up my evening niacinamide, so this was a welcome addition. The fact that it was in oil form also meant that I could use this as the step after my serum, before using my night cream to seal it all in.
The version that I picked up is apparently a new and improved formula, which also happens to be vegan. This contains maural oil to help add moisture, while cranberry seed oil, rich in anti-oxidants, battles against free radical, as it also aids in restoring and strengthening skin. Of course, there is also retinol in it, which works as an anti-ageing agent, and helps in accelerating cellular turnover, while diminishing the appearance of fine lines. The Retinol Treatment Oil is appropriate for many skin types, including combination, dry and mature skin.