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Skin Care Review: Murad Acne (All products)

by Justine, Chicago, IL, USA

Adverse Effects

No skin is worse than when I started using the product.

Skin is inflamed!

Three months ago I had perfect skin...soft, smooth, and acne free. Then I went off birth control and I really started breaking out. I've been using the Murad acne line for two months now and I've never been so embarassed in my life. When I started, the acne was just on my face. Now it is all now my neck and they are huge whiteheads. Not only has Murad caused my skin to get worse, I am suffering emotionally as well. I have heard that it takes awhile for the skin to "purge" but after two entire months, I would hope for a small improvement. NO SUCH LUCK.

This product may work for some people but certainly not for me.

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