The Ordinary 100% Plant Derived Squalane Review

Hello, hello!

Today I am reviewing the final product from my recent haul from The Ordinary – the 100% Plant Derived Squalane. Info in italics is taken from their website:

Squalane is a saturated and stable hydrocarbon that is found naturally in the skin. It has very high emollience, is an exceptional hydrator and can prevent ongoing loss of hydration that impairs dermal suppleness. Squalane is non-comedogenic and is suitable for use on all skin types. It can also be applied to hair to increase heat protection, add shine and reduce breakage potential.

The Ordinary 100% Plant-Derived Squalane

In all honesty, this is the one product that I’ve used on my face the least. Not because I don’t like it, but my skin hasn’t been having issues with dryness since the weather has gotten warmer.

I have been using it on my hair though, since it has been feeling a little dry these days and it has been helping to hydrate my hair. I love multi-use products – I’ll probably use this one more in the colder months. But it is good to have on hand in case of sudden dryness.

This one costs $7.90 CAD.

Have you tried this multi-use oil? What is your fave facial  / skin / hair oil?

Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day! ❤

Disclosure: I purchased this!

 

11 thoughts on “The Ordinary 100% Plant Derived Squalane Review

  1. I’m also very curious about about this product! Right now I’m using Consonant HydrExtreme which is PRICEY but it works so well and feels like NOTHING on the skin. Interesting you can use this in the hair too – that’s so neat!

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