Murad Skincare Review

My skin is honestly struggling with this heat. It’s been really dehyrated, but congested because of the rich products I’ve been using. I honestly thought I couldn’t win, but after trying some products from Murad, my skin is finally improving!

Dr. Murad’s range has been around for a long time, and it’s obvious why it stands the test of him. Howard Murad is a certified dermatologist, so really understands skin. This knowledge is present in his range, but it’s not overcomplicated and it’s really easy to understand what each product does.


Murad Hydrating Toner

I know the importance of a toner, but I’ve never managed to make one stick in my skincare routine. But when I first discovered the Murad Hydrating Toner, I was instantly intrigued. I watched a review from Dani, where she spoke incredibly highly of this product, so I had to try it for myself.

This toner is alchol-free and helps to restore the natural pH of your skin, which all good toners should do. The Hydrating Toner is incredibly nourishing on the skin, and it helps to refresh and revitalise the complexion. When I first tried it, I was surprised to notice that my skin felt tighter, but in a good way. I discovered this is due to the witch hazel in the product, which helps to tighten pores. I’ve been using it every morning and night since I first tried it – which is a first for me and toners. Whenever I use it, my skin is left feeling soft and refreshed. I’ve even been misting it throughout the day for an instant cooling boost.

Alongside witch hazel, the formula is also packed full of other great ingredients such as chamomile and cucumber. Both help to calm and soothe the skin, which for some with dry skin like me, is essential! It’s also enriched with Vitamins C and E, so your skin is protected against an environmental agressors throughout the day.

To sum it all up, I think I’ve found my favourite toner! You get get yours from Murad for £26.


Murad Pore Extractor Pomegranate Mask

My skin has been going through a war at the minute. The heat is drying it out, so I’m using products that are packed full of hydrating ingredients, some of which are blocking my pores and leaving my skin congested. I don’t want to stop using the products, because then my skin is left feeling dehydrated. It’s a battle choosing between hydration or clear pores.

This is probably why the Murad Pore Extractor Pomegranate spoke to me. Just the words ‘pore extractor’ were enough to make me want to try this out. It helps to deeply clean your pores, exfoliate dead skin cells and overall improve the appearnce of pores. You apply the mask to freshly cleansed skin, and leave it one for about 10 minutes. You then add a bit of water to your hands and massage the mask into the skin to create an exfoliating lather.

I loved how clean and clear my skin felt when I used it for the first time. I’ve had to stop myself from using this every day, because I want it to last as long as possible! My boyfriend even said this is a mask he’d look to buy again, which for him, is really rare. The mask is mainly suitable for oily, blemish-prone skin, but if your skin is on the drier side like mine, it actually still works really well.

The Murad Pore Extractor Pomegranate Mask is helping me win the battle with blocked pores, and I couldn’t be more thankful. Try it for yourself by heading over to Murad. It’s only £30!


It’s rare that I try a couple of products from a brand and they all do exactly what I want, but Murad has been successful. Both the Hydrating Toner and Pore Extractor Mask have a firm place in my current skincare routine. For the past 3 weeks I’ve been using them consistently, and I don’t see me switching them out any time soon!

Have you tried any products from Murad before? Let me know in the comments below!

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