Vitamin C in skincare is something I can vouch for in terms of obvious results. Murad is a skincare brand I have been using long before this blog existed. Add two statements together, easily you can surmise that this post is going to be a rave one.
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Enter Murad Intensive-C Radiance Peel ($55, 1.7 oz), a mask vis-a-vis at-home-facial spa treatment which claims to brighten, exfoliate, and enhance skin radiance comparable to a professional peel. Meant to be used once or twice weekly at ten minutes max, this product rocks big time!
One tip to maximize your home spa, keep those precious ten minutes all to yourself! After washing your face, pat dry then massage face with Murad Intensive-C Radiance Peel. Hit the bed, close eyes, and relish the experience. It tingles but isn’t uncomfortable. For the most part, it does mimic a professional peel, add the inviting citrus fragrance and you’re in for a treat! Rinse with warm wash cloth and gently wipe off; Girl, the cooling sensation is beyond refreshing! Again, it’s very similar to a facial spa I had not too long ago, minus the pricey tag. I am impressed how my skin feels taut after.
Still with me? follow with Vitamin C serum like Murad Rapid Age Spot and Pigment Lightening Serum (reviewed here). It is so good even hubs is a fan of this product. Pump once or twice, rub between palms then gently press all over your face for better absorption. Seal with Murad Essential C-Night Moisture to complete your much-deserved “me-time”! Radiant and brightened skin, mission possible!
Have you tried something similar?