Murad Clarifying Cleanser
Claiming to be the ultimate answer, even if you have tried everything else, Murad boasts a number of products meant to balance oil production, soothe inflammation, and keep your skin moisturized without being oily. And with this, you can apparently achieve results within 4 weeks. They even claim that in a study, 90% of users saw these results. The clarifying cleanser specifically uses salicylic acid to renew and healt he skin while getting rid of zits among other ingredients.
Unfortunately, though Murad has become a highly publicized set of products, Murad in general and the Murad Clarifying Cleanser have not been known for actually producing results. It uses green tea, which may work as an antioxidant among others. And it uses salicylic acid, which can be found in every penny product. But otherwise, the ingredients have nothing to do with treating or attacking acne or really replenishing the skin for that matter.
Murad relies a lot on a big name, good advertising, and other elements that actually have nothing to do with treating the problem it’s meant to attack. The clarifying cleanser is no exception to this rule, really using cheap ingredients at best, and only a couple of value, which can easily be found in much more affordable products. At $26 per bottle, Murad will not clear your acne at all, let alone start in the advertised 60 seconds.