My last product review was Murad’s Intensive-C Radiance Peel, which promised glowing results after first use. While I liked the product, I didn’t feel the glow. However, the next day, I think the mask worked its magic. My skin felt much smoother and also had a dewy look to it. This glow continued over the next couple of days, which is why I thought it worthy of an additional post.
Now it might seem that I posted my initial review a little too hastily, I was assured by the Murad marketeers that I’d notice results straight away. Normally, I give products a few weeks before writing my review, but I took exception as my expectation had been set.
Murad Intensive-C Radiance Peel results
While I originally felt that this mask was nice but perhaps a bit too pricey, having seen the results over days, I’m a little more amenable to its £49.50 price tag. While many products cost the earth but don’t deliver, I think that Murad’s peel has a little more to it than I first thought.
While it’s still not cheap, it might be one of the few masks that actually works and helps you achiever, brighter, luminous skin. Also, when compared to the cost of regular facials, this mask isn’t so bad.
So that’s my update. The Murad Intensive-C Radiance Peel results are impressive.