56% would repurchase
on 8/14/2018 8:45:00 PM
More reviews by Shauneexo
Holy Neptune! This stuff has already begun to lighten some lingering marks from acne as well as brightened up dark circles and I’ve only been using for THREE DAYS. I only use it at night, as I use a Juice Beauty serum during the day that I’m not ready to part with. This hasn’t had any adverse effects on my skin thus far and I hope it never does. I’m working on the trial size which will probably last me a month...but after that, if all goes well, I’ll for sure be purchasing the full size. As of right now it is 200% worth the money!!!
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on 8/10/2018 2:45:00 PM
More reviews by retinoladdiction
I got the Murad body firming cream for half off so paid about $22 instead of the normal $45 (which is insane). Also, this product is discontinued, so if you find it, it means a beauty store is trying to get rid of it.PROS:-Very moisturizing for the body. Feels great. Emollient. CONS:-Extremely overpriced, even at 50% off. -It's a small tube so doesn't last that long.-It smells like dead oranges-Does not firm your body. Moisturizes great, sure, but to firm you need to go to the gym or see a plastic surgeon.
on 8/10/2018 2:23:00 PM
If you know Murad's Essential C night moisturizer, the City Skin overnight is a far superior formulation that basically makes the Essential C one obsolete.The Essential C night moisturizer smells like rotten oranges, can leave skin too greasy, and the tube spurts out too much. (though still a fine product)This City Skin overnight detox (which doesn't detox, but whatever) is super moisturizing. Yet it's also very light at the same time. It does not leave an residue on your skin. It smells regal - almost like neroli - but the scent disappears as soon as you put it on. And the jar dispenser is lovely - you really have control over how much comes out.Only downside? Maybe it's a little pricy, and maybe it doesn't have as many antioxidants as some other premium night creams. But for Murad this is an excellent choice. Their recent formulations (this, city skin 50 SPF, retinol youth serum/retinol cream) are much better than their old ones.
on 7/30/2018 5:23:00 PM
New product from Murad. Pretty gentle retinol serum for the eye area. It will help lessen wrinkles and crow feet if used over time. It did for me. But it doesn't do jack for dark circles or puffiness. Murad says you can either use this as standalone, or dole out another $85 and combine it with the renewing eye cream (which does help mask dark circles and puffiness).So it takes $170 on night eye treatments? Kinda a rip off if you ask me.I know there are premium retinol eye treatments that are significantly less and proven to work well (PTR, Dr Dennis, Kate S), and even help with puffiness, so i'll be looking elsewhere.
on 7/25/2018 11:52:00 PM
I think this product is the textbook definition of Mediocre Murad. Sure, it does something. It tingles a bit. It cleans out your skin and tightens it. It makes you look a little brighter for a little bit. It's not a waste, and it's not harmful. But for nearly $60 you would expect better. Murad is definitely not a go to for face masks or peels. I'll finish my bottle - like I said, it does do something, but for the price it's a disappointment.
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