It does seem to be the case with the Murad Rapid Collagen Infusion that it’s either complete hit or complete miss. Unfortunately, in my case, it was a miss. I’ve been checking reviews and a lot of them are thrillingly positive with results almost instantaneously. The product promises to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in 2 hours, which makes it a good thing to use before you add foundation. But, I think 2 hours is long enough to not be completely sure whether it’s done anything or not and while some get an instant effect, I didn’t, and checking back after a couple of hours, I really didn’t see any visible difference.
For my skin (fine lines, some creasing, definitely looks a bit knackered in the morning), thisworks Light Time Skin Plumper has more of an effect (plumper, smoother skin) and I use it often before foundation. It’s a strange thing when one thing works for one and another really doesn’t, but in terms of noticable difference, Light Time takes it for me. I like Murad products in general, but £65 for a hit or miss result is a little toppy, I think. You can find it HERE if you’re in the mood for a gamble, and Light Time is £29 HERE.
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