In 2014 I sported a beard but with a new year comes new things. So I lost the beard and shaved my head. Call me Mr. Clean. After shaving my beard though, I noticed that my skin wasn’t as smooth as it was before I grew it. I had to get in touch with my feminine side and adopt some serious skin care habits. That’s where the Murad Man Regimen came into play.
Here are the details about the regimen:
The Murad Man Regimen keeps it simple with three steps to perfect skin and a perfect shave. A cleanser that’s ideal for shaving, a post-shaving razor burn treatment and a daily sun protection moisturizer combine to give him everything he needs without a bathroom full of products. Murad Man skin care products as part of an Inclusive Health™ lifestyle result in healthy, clear skin for him that’s Better Every Day®.
The details about Murad Cleansing Shave $30:
Patented antioxidant-rich cleansing formula enhances razor glide for comfort and exfoliates to improve smoothness to prepare skin for a superior shave.
This patented antioxidant-rich cleansing formula features Murad’s exclusive Beard Softening Complex and Mushroom Enzyme exfoliants to uncover stubborn facial hairs and prepare skin for a superior shave.
This shaving cream really picks up the hairs on my face and gives me such a smooth shave. The product is concentrated so I don’t have to use so much. I like it so much that I even use it on my bald head!
The details about Murad Razor Burn Rescue $37:
Powerful formula fights razor burn, shaving irritation, bumps and ingrown hairs by infusing skin with a unique blend of healing antioxidants and redness reducing anti-inflammatories.
Fights razor burn, shaving irritation, razor bumps and ingrown hairs by infusing skin with a unique blend of healing antioxidants and redness reducing anti-inflammatories. Glycolic Acid clears irritating dead skin and debris from hair follicles.
How to use:
Every day after shaving, apply a small amount onto face and neck. For severe razor burn use twice a day until the area clears, then proceed to use only after shaving. For optimal results, follow with Face Defense SPF 15.
I’m fortunate that I don’t experience razor bumps or burn, (probably because of the Murad Man Shave Cream), but I still use the the Murad Razor Burn Rescue because I find that it aids in keeping my skin smooth and exfoliated. (Yea, I know about exfoliation). It also calms my skin after shaving and replaces my “aftershave.”
The details about Murad Face Defense Moisturizer $35:
Lightweight, oil-free formula infuses skin with shine-free moisture while broad spectrum sunscreens and antioxidants shield against UVA/UVB damage.
Lightweight, oil-free formula infuses skin with shine-free moisture while broad spectrum sunscreens and antioxidants shield against UVA/UVB damage. This quickly absorbing lotion features patented Skin Repair System to help restore elasticity to environmentally stressed skin.
How to use:
Every day after cleansing, massage evenly over face and neck. For optimal results, first apply Razor Burn Rescue.
The Murad Face Defense Moisturizer is probably my favorite product in the line. I have oily skin, yet it used to feel a bit tight or dry after shaving. However, using this moisturizer keeps my skin feeling moist without getting oily. I also like to ride with my top down, so having some sunscreen in my moisturizer is a great protection for my skin. ( This I was told by the Blinging Beauty editor-in-chief.)
I’m in my 50s now, so I also appreciate that the Murad Man Regimen is anti-aging. I plan on looking like I’m 40 for a few more years…
Pro: Smoothes skin, helps give a close shave, moisturizes without shine
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredients: Antioxidants, Hydrators and Anti-inflammatories
Cruelty Free: Yes
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