I have been using this Murad cleanser for over a year and use it three times a week for its extraordinary exfoliating benefits. I'm 49 years old and have had a slight, under skin break out on my forehead and chin. This has reduced it greatly, but hasn't gotten rid of it entirely.
I purchased a Clairsonic MIA last week and I started using PTR anti aging cleanser with the sensitive head Clairsonic, twice daily. The Clairsonic doesn't "feel" as exfoiliating as this Murad AHA/BHA cleanser. Plus, I can only use the Clairsonic on my face. I use this Murad cleanser in the shower and give my ears, throat, neck, chest and hairline around my face and back of neck a good scrubbing with it. This Murad product is really the best on the market for exfoliating and at a reasonable price.
I don't think using it with a Clairsonic is really a good idea. It might wear down your brush much faster. Clairsonic instructions say to avoid using cleansers with any grains or beads in it and this cleanser does have tiny grains in it. For warranty reasons, I'm not going to use this with my Clairsonic. I'm still going to use it three times a week for the reasons I listed.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
I have combo skin and acne. I use this once a day with my Clarisonic and have had fantastic results. I used to go to a dermatologist for chemical peels and this actually works better and has longer lasting results!
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
I'm uncertain about what Clarisonic is, but I use this nightly on my oily/sensitive skin. I have no problems with it.
I do not know what the clarisonic is, so I can not answer. I do know that now that I have used Murad for so many years, I do not find it harsh at all.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
(los angeles, ca.)