Murad Targeted Wrinkle Corrector Review: Like Botox in a Bottle

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I’m a bit greedy when it comes to my beauty products. I want some kind of instant gratification but also long term benefits. If you’re like me, you’ll want to add the Murad Targeted Wrinkle Corrector to your skincare line. Peptide and hyaluronic acid treatments blur skin better than TikTok beauty filters—and have some serious hydrating benefits, too.

And it’s on sale in the Murad Friends and Family sale with a whopping 20% ​​discount. Scored! Just make sure to enter the code FAMILY20 at checkout before the sitewide sale ends on August 29.

Like Peter Thomas Roth’s super-viral Instant FirmX Eye Lifter, the Murad serum’s instant wrinkle-reducing results are temporary. Even though I don’t have deep lines (yet!), I’ve noticed my forehead wrinkles are less noticeable with just one use and my foundation goes on easier too. Targeted Wrinkle Corrector is used all over the face and I find it smooths out my smile line very well.

Plus, the addition of hyaluronic acid, hexapeptide (a type of peptide), and vegan squalane work to plump skin and smooth wrinkles over time. Hydrated skin has fewer wrinkles.

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In a clinical study, Murad said 96% of testers “see more texture on applied areas as soon as they are applied”, 90% showed “improved forehead wrinkles” and 100% showed an improvement in facial wrinkles. improved “on the appearance of the glabella lines (AKA elevens). “

I can’t talk about the long-term benefits yet, but I’m planning on switching my regular makeup primer to Targeted Wrinkle Corrector, instead. Unlike other smoothing creams, it doesn’t make my skin feel tight and sticky. Instead, it’s like a regular hydrating serum that makes you look a little better in seconds. Of course, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with aging (or wrinkles!) and there’s nothing to be ashamed of in the Botox game. But if you’re looking for something in between au naturale and needles, this could be your new pick.

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