Editor's Rating & Review
Clear and gel-like in consistency, this serum firms on contact, and it's nice that Murad does independent clinical trials to back up claims. Does it "mask imperfections", like spider veins, bruises or stretch marks? Not one bit. The $75 price tag is absurd, particularly with the "works best with" recommendation (printed right on the bottle) to buy two additional Murad products.
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Murad Firm and Tone Serum Reviews
Plausible? More like questionable...There is no way I would have paid the full price, but this was included in a postpartum basket that I received from my friends a few years ago. What I remembered the most was it had the funky smell. Not too bad, just weird. As soon as I applied, I felt my thighs and hips were a bit tighter. But that was mostly due to the gel effect. The firmness was clearly not permanent, maybe I had to keep using this product forever. As for the stretch marks, they seemed to fade away, but I am not quite sure whether this serum helped or they were naturally faded away with time. If it was not so expensive, I may have bought another tube. However, it is not worth the full price for the minimal difference this serum gave me. — 3 years, 5 months agoluckybetty | 895 reviews
not that greatthis doesn't really give you the cover up that is needed from cellulite. If you have imperfections in your skin, such as veins showing or so forth, use a concealer instead of this. Not worth the price at all. — 4 years, 12 months agoAmyB58 | 203 reviews
NoI did not like this product — 4 years, 6 months agofabbymj | 199 reviews
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