Aug 31, 2012
Anyone use it? Have used? Worth trying?
Murad works great. Very gentle. But with anything, you have to make sure you're cleansing properly. Using your hands to wash your face generally isn't enough, use a washcloth and gently work the cleanser into your skin. Also, make sure you're keeping all your skincare applicators clean (i.e. wiping off tips of bottles, using scoops in jars rather than your fingers, etc) this prevents cross contamination and further possible breakouts.
Sep 02, 2012
Thanks! So you saw a difference? I have been struggling with acne for years and hopefully this works!
Sep 04, 2012
I love natural things I also raccomending African black soap to wash ur suing with! Will take off the dry skin everytime u use it n will brighten up your skin !
One of my friend uses their stuff and it has really worked! Her face is so much clearer and almost spot free now:) xx
Sep 05, 2012
I bought the kit that shows on TV all the time. The regular acne regimen I used for about a week. The treatment gel was a bit harsh for my skin and ended up drying and irritating my skin causing it to itch extremely bad and be inflamed. I ended up using more moisturizer than the actual acne treatment. Which they don't provide much moisturizer at all. I then got the acne sensitive skin regimen along with the dark spot treatment and I used the acne treatment in the morning and the spot treatment at night. I didn't see a difference in my acne and my spots lightened but never completely went away. I used it for a little over a month. Maybe I didn't give it long enough but I wasn't impressed. Might give it try again soon. If you get hooked, it's definitely an expensive line to keep up with.
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