This one had animal squalane in it. (it used to say it contains squalane from sharks) But now it has plant-derived squalane. So I wanted to buy it because of that. But I accidentally bought the old version! Squalane is perfect for stopping the skin from getting dry. It's way more effective than a skin cream. You only need one drop, so it's a great value. It doesn't really life the skin or anything. But it does stop the skin from getting dry. So maybe it can help the skin from getting saggy. It's good too use on the feet in the dry winter weather too. I've used The Olive Oil from Healthy Olive (based in Izu Oshima) for a long time. And it's high quality and expensive, and it's good for my skin. But the moisturizing effect is a little lacking, so for fall and winter the squalane oil is what I'm using. This one is definitely more moisturizing. I tried the squalane (plant-based) that came with a sample. A lot of people on the website said there wasn't a difference. But I feel like the animal squalane was a little more moisturizing. The plant squalane seems a little lighter.
Milk Lotion & Serum
Released November, 1983. Processed multiple times to remove impurities, this highly pure cosmetic oil is made from 100% pure ingredients. Its stabilized ingredients are safe from oxidation and oil staining. It sinks into the skin with such a non-greasy, light, smooth texture that you won't believe it's an oil. After applying your moisturizing toner, apply a drop of this squalane oil in place of your emulsion or cream and gently work it into the skin. As squalane is naturally found in the skin, it is deeply involved in the skin's moisture barrier to protect from dryness and irritation. It protects the skin's hydration and fullness, as well as working to reduce the appearance of fine lines caused by dryness. Efficacy tested. (DRC comparison) 15ml / 30ml / 60ml / 120ml