Murad Advanced Active Radiance Serum

A little over a month ago I started using the Murad Advanced Active Radiance Serum and the difference in my skin is remarkable. With very fair sensitive skin I have issues with redness and a few sun spots. Within the first two weeks my sun spot was barely visible but the most notable difference was the clarity of my skin.

My whole face even the trouble spots on my cheeks and chin were smoother and clearer and my skin has a renewed brightness to it. I love that the serum absorbs really quickly and that it protects my skin as it fixes it. You really only need a drop to cover your face its spreads so easily so though it’s not cheap you get a lot of product for your money and the most important thing is, it really works!

Murad Advanced Active Radiance Serum $89

Why you need it:
Renews skin for a smoother, more youthful complexion.

Primary benefits:
Improves brightness, clarity and radiance by 60% in less than one week*.

Advanced Active Radiance® Serum
Faster-acting formula with double the brighteners boosts radiance and reverses visible signs of environmental damage. Preserve clarity and defend against future damage for lasting youthful radiance.

Additional features and ingredients:
• Resilient-C Complex™ delivers highly stable Vitamin C – 50 times the potency of prior generations – to improve skin radiance, help enhance collagen production and protect against free radical damage.
• Hexapeptide-2 and Indian Fig boost skin clarity and encourage cell renewal while helping to prevent future pigment formation.
• Ectoin and Green Tea Extract jump start the cellular defense system by helping cells resist drastic environmental stresses including UV exposure and chemical aggressors.

Awards / Press:
•Good Housekeeping Seal


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