Murad Cellular Hydration Repair Mask Review

[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] The new Murad Cellular Hydration collection is all about maintaining skin health by focusing on hydration, fatty acids, and peptides. While I would love to try the full range, including the Cellular Hydration Repair Cream and Cellular Hydration Repair Serum, I am currently committed to using a different brand. Nevertheless, I have put the Cellular Hydration Repair Mask to the test, and despite its price tag of £55, I must say it has left quite an impression. Although not explicitly labeled for mature skin, I believe this range caters well to that demographic.

Murad Cellular Hydration Repair Mask Review

While typically disliking overnight masks because they often feel like glorified moisturizers, I decided to give this one a chance by applying it early in the evening, anticipating that I could remove it before bedtime if needed to avoid a greasy pillow. This turned out to be a wise move, highlighting the importance of thorough reviews, as the product takes some time to fully absorb into the skin. After a couple of hours, the initial tackiness subsides, leaving a subtle film that effectively locks in moisture overnight. Additionally, the Murad Cellular Hydration Repair Mask offers significant soothing properties, as I woke up with reduced redness compared to my usual mornings.

The key ingredients in this mask include Bilberry fatty acids omega 3 and 6 (known to promote skin repair), hibiscus extract, and willowherb. Although it’s uncommon for me to notice immediate plumping effects from skincare products, I did experience visibly smoother skin upon waking up. Despite the need to rinse off the mask in the morning using a warm, damp cloth, your skin will feel soft and well-nourished. At £55, it may be considered a splurge, but for those looking to enhance their skin’s appearance the next day, it could be a worthwhile investment for occasional use rather than daily or even weekly. If you have SpaceNK points, this could be a valuable addition to your skincare routine – find it HERE.

On another note, I would like to highlight one of the underrated gems from the Murad lineup – Exasoothe. I recently encountered a friend suffering from a severe rosacea flare-up and provided her with Exasoothe to soothe her skin. Not only did it alleviate the irritation promptly, but it also delivered much-needed moisture without aggravating the rosacea. Personally, I use Exasoothe for eczema, psoriasis, and overall skin tightness – it functions as a skin SOS! Currently, M&S offers it at nearly half the price for £24 HERE.

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All products are sent to me as samples from brands and agencies unless otherwise stated. Affiliate links may be used. Posts are not affiliate driven.

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