I was watching tv, and the commercial of Murad came on. I figured that it wouldn't hurt to try it. I was kind of "iffy" about it at first, but then I said "What the heck, I'll just go and buy it." Last January, I purchased it at Sephora and it was about $65 which is pretty cheap actually. The picture above is the package that I got.
I wanted to show you guys how it looked like, so I took a picture of the flap that you can lift up:D
The first picture is what you see under the flap cover. It tells you what the doctor says about the products. And he explains how it works and what it does to your skin. And the second picture is the instructions which you will find inside the 1st photo.
These are the 4 Murad acne products inside the package. (I'm really sorry if it looks like it's almost finished because I've had this for a couple of months now and I've kind of used it up already:D)
This is the clarifying cleanser. It's strong and the smell is really medicinal. But it's not bad. haha. When you're gently rubbing it on your face, you can automatically feel the minty, fresh "flavor" to it. And it definitely feels like it's doing it's job.
This is the Exfoliating Acne Treatment Gel. It looks really liquid-ish but when you apply it, it's really slimy. And the smell is extremely strong. I really like this one because it really feels like it's cleaning your pores and your acne/breakouts. And of course, you'll definitely feel a little stinging:D
After, you apply the Exfoliating Gel, the acne spot treatment is next. You only have to apply this to your individual pimple. This really worked for me. I put it on before I go to sleep at night, and the next morning, my pimples are like almost gone:) You have to let it dry and leave it on for a couple of minutes before applying the Skin Perfecting lotion.
This is the very last step. And It works as a moisturizer. It may feel very oily when you put it on, but your skin will eventually absorb it.
The lady at Sephora told me that the whole package will last you about 3 months. And the reason why I still have some right now is because I kinda stopped using it. My dermatologist gave me another acne cream, so I postponed using it for awhile:/
And I just started it again recently. It definitely cleared up my skin before and it's still clear now. I still get breakouts here and there, but they eventually disappear. I would recommend it, but keep in mind that results may vary. It may work for you, but it can also have a different result on another person. But I think that it's worth a shot especially if it means getting clear skin, right?
What do you think? Have you tried it before? What was your results?