Thursday 4 January 2024

Murad Targeted Correctors

When it comes to Murad skincare products, there is something quite special about them, ticking the boxes they promise and one of my all time favourite products is the Murad Vita C Triple Exfoliating Facial.  New to my stash is the Murad Targeted Correctors, all three of them described as being instant fixes for those troublesome skin concerns.
Murad Targeted Correctors
Following the successful launch of the Murad Targeted Wrinkle Corrector, which I've shared below, it has now been partnered with two further correctors to complete the trio - the Targeted Eye Depuffer and the Targeted Pore Corrected.

Starting with the Targeted Eye Depuffer (£64/15ml) it is described as being an eye-awakening, microcurrent-inspired treatment visibly depuffs and firms with every use—and tightens over time for lasting results.
Murad Targeted Correctors
Murad Targeted Correctors
This multi-action eye treatment works to both instantly brighten and cool and when used over time, it also visibly tightens, tones and depuffs for lasting results.  As it is a treatment for the eyes, it comes packaged in an elongated tube with a metal applicator and that alone is soothing without the inclusion of the amazing list of ingredients:
  • Microcurrent-inspired Amino Acid Peptide - visibly tones, lifts and brightens under-eyes and lids
  • Ginseng, Lily and Caffeine - come together to visibly reduce the intensity of under-eye bags
  • Light-Reflecting Complex - Instantly brightens and illuminates under-eyes and lids
To use, you simply squeeze out a really small bit of the cream and then using the metal applicator, gently massage it into the skin around the eyes, it takes no longer than 5-10 seconds to complete and as someone who seems to have these dark circles, this is quite the miracle worker, it instantly brightens and those small shimmery particles which are part of the Light-Reflecting Complex work their magic but the clue is in what Murad says - you need to use it over time for long-lasting results, it isn't an instant fix, but I already love it.

The second product is the Targeted Pore Corrector (£49/15ml) and this is described as being a bio-tech treatment that virtually erases the look of pores with every use—and decreases pore count over time.
Murad Targeted Correctors
Murad Targeted Correctors
We all know that you cannot shrink the size of your pores, despite claims from numerous brands that you can, they're genetic, it is part of who you are... however, what you can do is target the causes and issues that make them appear bigger and this is where this Targeted Pore Corrector comes in.

With its specially designed applicator, the use of a potent bio-tech copper amino acid blend targets the loss of pore elasticity, something Murad state is a root cause of oversized pores, so pores look smoother and smaller the more you use it.  Again, this isn't a magic fix, it is a product you need to use consistantly to get the results promised and as with the Targeted Eye-Depuffer, it comes with a host of magical ingredients:
  • Copper amino acid biotechnology -  delivers a multi-targeted approach to reduce the appearance of pores . This blend has a Patent-pending!​
  • Soybean extract - Smooths skin and reduces the appearance of dilated pores, ​
  • Ginger extract - Potent antioxidant helps balance skin to reduce shine over time,
  • Soft Focus Complex - Delivers unbeatable blurring benefits to make large, dilated pores practically undetectable.
As well as helping to decongest the skin, this corrector also mattifies, so for someone like me who has combination-oily skin, it is really worth its use for that alone. Again the advice when using this is to very gently squeeze out the tiniest amount of Targeted Pore Corrector and then tap directly onto enlarged pores gently with applicator tip, the important part being to gently tap and then once you are finished dab excess cream into skin using your fingertips and leave it to dry completely to see results.  I am quite intrigued to see how this one works, I don't have overly large pores, but I do notice a few of the ones I do have and that is where my concentration with this is.

Then finally where it all began with the Targeted Wrinkle Corrector (£76/15ml) and it is described as being a powerful peptide-meets-hyaluronic treatment virtually erases the look of wrinkles by visibly smoothing and reducing wrinkle intensity instantly, just the tonic for those times when you can’t make it to the derm for a filler.
Murad Targeted Correctors
Murad Targeted Correctors
This corrector can be used for a whole host of lines and wrinkles that bother you which includes:
  • Elevens/between the brows (glabella lines)
  • Forehead lines
  • Crow’s feet/orbital bone
  • Sides of mouth
  • Top of mouth
Again, it comes packaged in a squeezy tube and features a metal applicator, which when it comes into contact with the skin is instantly soothing and is packed full of amazing ingredients which includes:
  • Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 - helps to boost elasticity and to prevent the formation of future wrinkles which are typical with repeated facial expressions
  • Bioavailable Hyaluronic Acid - Intensely hydrates to plump and smooth the skin as well as to reduce wrinkle intensity
  • Plant-Derived Squalene - Prevents moisture loss to help the skin resist future wrinkles
Again the advice when using this is to very gently squeeze out the tiniest amount of Targeted Wrinkle and then tap directly onto the areas you want to target, but gently with applicator tip, the important part being to gently tap and then once you are finished dab excess cream into skin using your fingertips and leave it to dry.

All of these Targeted Correctors from Murad are not designed to give you an instant fix, they are very clear on this, you need to use them consistently to get the results you need and want to see.

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