(Closed) Murad users late 20’s early 30’s

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2016

I personally would have not started this system that close to the wedding! You never know what could/will happen and what if it really screws you up….

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

It worked for me and I have dealt with horrible acne my whole life. I love what it did to my skin, but I would be careful since you are so close to the date! 

Post # 7
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

They say most treatments get worse for about a month before they get better. :/

Post # 8
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@greenviolets:  Well all I can say is don’t stress over it! Because you could end up causing yourself to have a breakout because of it :). If all else fails…put some Windex on it! (Just kidding–I don’t know if you got the My Big Fat Greek Wedding reference). The lady that does my chemical peels told me to put warm water on a cotton ball and hold it over a zit for a couple of minutes–it helps to open up the pore and the zit to physically come out without damaging the skin. It also heals faster. When you do that, use neosporin immediately to begin the healing process, that also does wonders. The other option is to go to a dermatologist, which some may put you on antibiotics and/or steroids for a week to keep it subdued. 

Only reason I know all of this is because I have had a serious acne problem in the past/present and these are things I’ve picked up with along the way. If you are really worried about it, go see a dermatologist, they are better equipped to give you the tools you need 🙂 

Post # 9
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I tried it in college. It was okay. I sware it made my face worse before making it better. It took a few weeks for me to see a difference and then it just stopped after a while.

A good friend of mind had tried it and it worked great for a couple months and then it just sort of faded out so she stopped using it.

If I were you i’d just switch up with murad and another face cleaser.

Because this might sound crazy but i am convinced that my skin just devolops an immunity to the face cleanser after using it for a long period of time.

The one I use now is one from neutrogena… For a while it worked miracles… now… not so much. I’m gonna try to find a different one and then start using apricot scrub and astringent more often then i do because those usually helped but i’m usually just too lazy.

 

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