Murad’s Targeted Wrinkle Corrector Sold Out, But It’s Back In Stock

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Launched in December, Murad Targeted Wrinkle Corrector completely sold out in less than two months on the market and racked up hundreds of five-star reviews on Sephora and Ulta. There are three key ingredients that make it work so fast: the ultra-hydrating powerhouse that is hyaluronic acid, incredibly nourishing squalene, and acetyl hexapeptide-8, a compound that improves skin’s elasticity to prevent worsening or development of new wrinkles. When used consistently over time, it promises to reduce the severity of wrinkles and promote smoother skin.

Instant wrinkle reduction is a tall order, but the reviews back it up. One TK buyer wrote, “I thought this was something that would show results after a few weeks, but I applied it to my crow’s feet and immediately saw a difference…It almost feels like a filler.”

Another five-star reviewer on TK wrote, “My skin is hydrated with squalene and my wrinkles are almost completely gone. I’m hooked! It’s Botox without the needles.”

Although the targeted wrinkle corrector can be used anywhere on your face, it is not a serum or a complete treatment. To use, squeeze a small amount from the tube and pat it in using the metal applicator – but don’t rub it in. To get these short-term visible effects, you should feel it sitting on the surface of your skin until it dries. For instant, long-lasting Botox-like results, get your very own Murad Wrinkle Corrector while it’s still in stock.

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