Murad is a doctor developed skin care range founded by celebrity dermatologist Dr. Murad. He is a board certified dermatologist, pharmacist and presently holds 18 patents. Murad was founded in 1989 and claims to be the first doctor developed skin care range.In 2006, they founded a spa. In 2011, they started a school called the Reform School of Aging skin. There are few Murad reviews online. He is the author of 3 skin topic books and has appeared on countless TV shows. His books are titled The Cellulite Solution, Wrinkle Free Forever and The Water Secret. He has four children who also work for the company in various positions. Murad has a very large product range categorised by concern. These are Acne Complex, Resurgence, Age Reform, Environmental Shield, Vitalic, Redness Therapy, Age-Proof Sun Care, Hybris and Clean Science. Both the Acne Complex and Resurgence have been featured on eveneing broadcast television. In March 2006, he was named the top dermatologist by the Times of London. Murad referrs to the us use of hydroxy acids, antioxidants, and botanicals extract.
Murad’s products are available on their website and on Sephora, Ulta, Dermstore and various spas and department stores. Their best sellers are Murad Resurgence Age-Balancing, Murad Clarifying Cleanser, Murad Rapid Age Spot and Pigment Lightening Serum, Murad Oil-Control Mattifier SPF 15, MURAD Essential-C Eye Cream SPF, MURAD Acne Complex® 30-Day Kit, Hydro-Dynamic, Intensive C, Rapid Collagen Infusion, Acne and Wrinkle Reducer, Clarifying Toner, Acne Complex and Pure Skin Supplements. For the purposes of this review, we concentrated on facial products and have not reviewed body products.
First, let’s look at the story of Murad. We mentioned earlier he is a dermatologist, pharmacist, this certainly puts him in a unique experience. Murad refers to their products as problem-solving products that solve whatever concerns your complexion is facing. Murad’s products are packed in clinical looking packaging. The products have a reasonable scent which is usual with non luxury brands. These are performance products. They are designed to tackle specific skin issues and therefore the products need to do with parfumes and make more room for actives.
When we reviewed Murad products, we concentrated on the formulations – ingredients and concentration. We also took into consideration the price point when writing this review, so you can consider the value for money. Murad products are priced between $20-60 on average. Overall, our Murad review is quite positive because their formulates are quite good.
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