Jordan Samuel Skin - Retinol Treatment Oil

JORDAN SAMUEL SKIN

Retinol Treatment Oil

Skin care

Face-oil

PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

Alcohol-Free

Fragrance-Free

Oil-Free

Silicone-Free

Paraben-Free

Mineral oil-Free

SLS-Free

Essential Oil-Free

Safe for Fungal Acne

Cruelty-Free

Organic/ natural

Vegan

EFFECTS ON SKIN FROM INGREDIENTS

By skin type
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oily skin

5

0 good ingredient(s) for Oily Skin:

-

5 bad ingredient(s) for Oily Skin:

#1: PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS OIL

#2: ARGANIA SPINOSA KERNEL OIL

#3: SCLEROCARYA BIRREA SEED OIL

#4: OENOTHERA BIENNIS OIL

#8: GLYCINE SOJA OIL

💡 PRO-TIP 1: The efficiency of a product is not only affected by the single ingredients but also by the product formulation. The only way to find out more about the product formulation is by reading product reviews (or using the product).

💡 PRO-TIP 2: Pay extra attention to the first 5 ingredients (#1 - #5) of the ingredient list since they make up most of the product. The remaining ingredients have barely any effect on the skin (there are exceptions).

💡 PRO-TIP 3: It is pretty much possible for anyone to have skin reactions to anything/ any ingredient. Therefore test new products carefully (small amounts, patch tests on parts of the skin). Pay also attention to the recommendations for use of the manufacturer.

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combination skin

5

0 good ingredient(s) for Combination Skin:

-

5 bad ingredient(s) for Combination Skin:

#1: PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS OIL

#2: ARGANIA SPINOSA KERNEL OIL

#3: SCLEROCARYA BIRREA SEED OIL

#4: OENOTHERA BIENNIS OIL

#8: GLYCINE SOJA OIL

💡 PRO-TIP 1: The efficiency of a product is not only affected by the single ingredients but also by the product formulation. The only way to find out more about the product formulation is by reading product reviews (or using the product).

💡 PRO-TIP 2: Pay extra attention to the first 5 ingredients (#1 - #5) of the ingredient list since they make up most of the product. The remaining ingredients have barely any effect on the skin (there are exceptions).

💡 PRO-TIP 3: It is pretty much possible for anyone to have skin reactions to anything/ any ingredient. Therefore test new products carefully (small amounts, patch tests on parts of the skin). Pay also attention to the recommendations for use of the manufacturer.

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dry skin

5

1

5 good ingredient(s) for Dry Skin:

#1: PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS OIL

#2: ARGANIA SPINOSA KERNEL OIL

#3: SCLEROCARYA BIRREA SEED OIL

#4: OENOTHERA BIENNIS OIL

#8: GLYCINE SOJA OIL

1 bad ingredient(s) for Dry Skin:

#9: RETINOL

💡 PRO-TIP 1: The efficiency of a product is not only affected by the single ingredients but also by the product formulation. The only way to find out more about the product formulation is by reading product reviews (or using the product).

💡 PRO-TIP 2: Pay extra attention to the first 5 ingredients (#1 - #5) of the ingredient list since they make up most of the product. The remaining ingredients have barely any effect on the skin (there are exceptions).

💡 PRO-TIP 3: It is pretty much possible for anyone to have skin reactions to anything/ any ingredient. Therefore test new products carefully (small amounts, patch tests on parts of the skin). Pay also attention to the recommendations for use of the manufacturer.

💡 PRO-TIP 4: Dry skin is usually also dehydrated. Keep this in mind for your skincare routine.

By skin concern
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acne prone skin

1

5

1 good ingredient(s) for Acne Prone Skin:

#9: RETINOL

5 bad ingredient(s) for Acne Prone Skin:

#1: PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS OIL

#2: ARGANIA SPINOSA KERNEL OIL

#3: SCLEROCARYA BIRREA SEED OIL

#4: OENOTHERA BIENNIS OIL

#8: GLYCINE SOJA OIL

💡 PRO-TIP 1: The efficiency of a product is not only affected by the single ingredients but also by the product formulation. The only way to find out more about the product formulation is by reading product reviews (or using the product).

💡 PRO-TIP 2: Pay extra attention to the first 5 ingredients (#1 - #5) of the ingredient list since they make up most of the product. The remaining ingredients have barely any effect on the skin (there are exceptions).

💡 PRO-TIP 3: It is pretty much possible for anyone to have skin reactions to anything/ any ingredient. Therefore test new products carefully (small amounts, patch tests on parts of the skin). Pay also attention to the recommendations for use of the manufacturer.

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sensitive skin

2

1

2 good ingredient(s) for Sensitive Skin:

#4: OENOTHERA BIENNIS OIL

#7: HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES FRUIT OIL

1 bad ingredient(s) for Sensitive Skin:

#9: RETINOL

💡 PRO-TIP 1: The efficiency of a product is not only affected by the single ingredients but also by the product formulation. The only way to find out more about the product formulation is by reading product reviews (or using the product).

💡 PRO-TIP 2: Pay extra attention to the first 5 ingredients (#1 - #5) of the ingredient list since they make up most of the product. The remaining ingredients have barely any effect on the skin (there are exceptions).

💡 PRO-TIP 3: It is pretty much possible for anyone to have skin reactions to anything/ any ingredient. Therefore test new products carefully (small amounts, patch tests on parts of the skin). Pay also attention to the recommendations for use of the manufacturer.

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anti-aging

4

4 good ingredient(s) for Anti-Aging:

#1: PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS OIL

#2: ARGANIA SPINOSA KERNEL OIL

#7: HIPPOPHAE RHAMNOIDES FRUIT OIL

#9: RETINOL

0 bad ingredient(s) for Anti-Aging:

-

💡 PRO-TIP 1: The efficiency of a product is not only affected by the single ingredients but also by the product formulation. The only way to find out more about the product formulation is by reading product reviews (or using the product).

💡 PRO-TIP 2: Pay extra attention to the first 5 ingredients (#1 - #5) of the ingredient list since they make up most of the product. The remaining ingredients have barely any effect on the skin (there are exceptions).

💡 PRO-TIP 3: It is pretty much possible for anyone to have skin reactions to anything/ any ingredient. Therefore test new products carefully (small amounts, patch tests on parts of the skin). Pay also attention to the recommendations for use of the manufacturer.

SAFETY RATING OF INGREDIENTS

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FULL INGREDIENT LIST

👉   The product Jordan Samuel Skin Retinol Treatment Oil contains 11 ingredients in total.

👉   Jordan Samuel Skin Retinol Treatment Oil is alcohol-free, fragrance-free, silicone-free, paraben-free, mineral oil-free.

👉   It doesn't contain moderate to high comedogenic ingredients. Comedogenic ingredients are often believed to clog pores. But attention: This is not always true, since several factors - such as the product formulation (= how the product is 'cooked') - have to be considered as well. So pay attention to product reviews if your skin is acne-prone!

👉   Based on the safety rating of the organization CIR, the product Jordan Samuel Skin Retinol Treatment Oil doesn't contain unsafe ingredients.

👉   Here's the full ingredient list: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Sclerocarya Birrea Seed Oil, Oenothera Biennis Oil, Vaccinium Macrocarpon Seed Oil, Rosa Canina Fruit Oil, Hippophae Rhamnoides Fruit Oil, Glycine Soja Oil, Retinol, Tocopheryl Acetate, BHT

👉   Jordan Samuel Skin Retinol Treatment Oil contains following superstar ingredients: 

∙  A form of retinol

∙  Marula oil

IngredientComedogenicSafety CIRFunction

1

PRUNUS AMYGDALUS DULCIS OIL

2

no evidence

SKIN CONDITIONING

2

ARGANIA SPINOSA KERNEL OIL

no evidence

Safe as used

SKIN CONDITIONING, SKIN CONDITIONING - EMOLLIENT

3

SCLEROCARYA BIRREA SEED OIL

no evidence

Safe as used

HAIR CONDITIONING, HUMECTANT

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