Online beauty store Zuneta has started stocking Murad, and for a limited time you can get a free Vitalic Pore Perfecting set (above) worth £25 if you spend £30 or over. Everything from Zuneta always comes beautifully packaged, often with a couple of little samples thrown in for you to try, which is always a nice touch! If you’re looking to try something from Murad but don’t know where to start, then I can thoroughly recommend two things that are currently on my desk:
1) Night Reform Glycolic Treatment – yes it’s another glycolic product, I’m so sorry! I just can’t stop testing them out, I’m addicted! This one is far thicker than Liquid Gold, and also far more expensive (£57) but it’s a great option for those who can’t bear to go to sleep without applying some form of gel or cream. It’s a good fragrance-free overnight exfoliant, but I’d steer clear if I had very dry skin. It’s here on Zuneta: Night Reform
2) Sensitive Skin Smoothing Serum, £45. Brilliant as an instant, lightweight treatment for red, sore and flaky skin. It’s a light but very powerful serum and I find that it’s great for really aggravated skin – think sunburn, shaving burns, post-peel skin. Good to have a bottle of this on standby, I think – it’s a very useful treatment to have around! Those suffering from constant dryness and tightness might do well to try using this on a more regular basis – it can be followed by your usual moisturiser. You can find it here: Sensitive Serum at Zuneta
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