Murad Rapid Relief Spot Treatment is the king of spot creams

We've tried spot cream after Sudocream after toothpaste - but nothing has worked as well as this.

Thank God I wear glasses. My pair is the only thing covering the gigantic spot that's been occupying the space above my nose between my eyebrows for the last two weeks. They're doing a much better job at covering my Cyclops spot than any concealer. I mention it because one of these bad boys pays a visit to too many faces far too often. It was too late for me this time, but I believe that this new product will stop your next one in its tracks.

Murad's new spot cream is called Rapid Relief, and it is rapid relief. It describes itself as being 'maximum strength' which is just the strength you want when it comes to spot blasting. The prime ingredient is Salicylic Acid (hurray!); it exfoliates the affected area, clears out the pores and kills bacteria. Because the gel formula is clear, you can even put it over makeup.

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Murad Blemish Control Rapid Relief Spot Treatment €19.50

My spot was a grower, a cyst that burst through the surface when I was asleep. (You're welcome for that mental imagery.) Unfortunately, the Murad won't be much good for this, because it already existed deep down below my skin. But, I have tested it on a couple of generic everyday pesky pimples, and it worked an absolute treat.

At the first sight of a spot, I dabbed a little of the gel right on it and applied it a couple more times during the day. At the end of the day, it was gone. You do have to catch them early, but if you do and you use it, it'll soon be a distant memory. I have used countless direct spot creams and this out-performs them all. If you suffer with frequent spot flare ups, I highly recommend.

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