Editor's Rating & Review
This mint-colored moisturizer promises to color-correct your skin by balancing out redness. There's red-out going on at the cellular level, too, with gogi berry and licorice extract. So is it enough to go without makeup? Nope. The tube's triangular design makes it hard to get at every last drop, which is a bummer on such a pricey product. The moisturizer is quick-absorbing and the SPF 15 is a nice plus, but why not a 30?
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Murad Correcting Moisturizer SPF 15 Reviews
Not What I ExpectedThis is a very, very lightweight moisturizer. Did not notice any difference. i would have been better off buying something cheaper. — 3 years, 5 months agoDartsdiva | 3 reviews
Didn't releive my redness very muchI tried this for a few weeks, but my skin was still noticeably red. It was not greasy, though, and having an SPF was a plus. It did not irritate my skin, either, and mine is pretty sensitive. I ended up on a prescription gel which is clearing up the redness, so I probaly will not buy this again. — 4 years agomartylafl | 3 reviews
pretty goodI get dry, red skin in the winter. I bought this with a gift certificate, otherwise it's too expensive for a college student. Not enough SPF for me. It isn't greasy and made my facial skin feel good. It took some redness away, but not enough to "correct" it. I probably won't buy again because it is so expensive. — 4 years, 5 months agoSharece | 13 reviews
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