After watching the Dr Oz segment on the Murad Firm & Tone Dietary Supplement Pack (click here for the recap in case you missed it: Dr Oz Murad Firm & Tone), my inbox filled with questions about the Murad Supplements. Do they really work? Have you tried them? Luckily, the lovely people at Murad gave me the opportunity to review the Murad Firm and Tone Dietary Supplements!
Murad Firm and Tone Review
First, lets start with what Murad promises with their Murad Firm and Tone Dietary Supplements. On the box it says “Patented scientifically based complex supports skin strength by encouraging the appearance of firmer skin by up to 78% in eight weeks and by helping to improve the visual texture of stretch marks by up to 47% in eight weeks.” Each box contains 28 days worth of supplements, so I cannot tell you what would happen if I took the Murad Firm and Tone Dietary Supplements for eight weeks. However, if 28 days is any indication – this kit rocks! Every day you have two packets of supplements to take – a daytime packet and a nighttime packet. The daytime supplements include one multivitamin, two connective support complex pills, two essential fatty acid pills, and one cell energizer. The nighttime supplements include another multivitamin, two more connective support complex pills, one essential fatty acid pill, and one more cell energizer. So the only real difference between your daytime and nighttime supplements is that you take one more essential fatty acid in the morning. What do all of these pills do? Here is the scoop:
The multivitamin has the vitamins that you need everyday as well as trace minerals, all of which are optimized for healthy skin.
Murad Connective Support Complex
The Connective Support Complex is supposed to smooth out your skin and increase the elasticity of your skin, which is great for helping your skin to age gracefully.
Murad Essential Fatty Acids
Dr Oz is always talking about the importance of fatty acids for your skin’s health, so I was thrilled to see that Murad included this in their supplement pack.
Murad Cell Energizer
The Cell Energizer protects your skin from cell damage while simultaneously increasing the amount of cellular energy made by your skin’s cells.
I was all set to type up all of the ingredients and the exact percentage of each vitamin and supplement in the Murad Firm and Tone Dietary Supplements, but then I noticed that all of this information is neatly presented and available on Murad’s Website here.
Murad Supplements Review: End Results
Now for what everyone really wants to know – so, did they actually do anything? Do they really get rid of cellulite and stretch marks? I was surprised, because even in the first week I could already notice a difference in my skin – not so much with respect to cellulite or stretch marks, but my skin looked healthier and really glowed. I even got compliments from strangers at the grocery store – I kid you not! I noticed that my skin broke out less during the first week as well. The results only got more impressive as I used the Murad Firm and Tone Dietary Supplements, and by the 28th day I was so sad to be out of these wonderful supplements! My guess is that if you take these for the full eight weeks, which means two boxes of Murad Firm and Tone Dietary Supplements, your cellulite will be barely noticeable and the texture and appearance of your stretch marks will completely shock you. As for me, I totally plan on using Murad Firm and Tone Dietary Supplements again in the future, but for now, I am waiting to hopefully have a baby! And so the search begins for supplements, creams, lotions, and potions that help to prevent stretch marks in the first place when you are pregnant. Any suggestions, ladies?
For more information about Murad Firm and Tone Dietary Supplements, please visit Murad’s website here!
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