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I caught up with Dr. Murad to get the low down on some of your most common skincare questions and to give you some of his expert insider tips.  What I like about Dr. Murad is that he's a skincare specialist/ Dermatologist so you know you're getting the best advice and expertise. 

 

Banish breakouts! “Load up on the orange brigade! Apricots, sweet potatoes and mangos contain high amounts of Vitamin A which normalises the production and life cycle of skin cells. In skin with acne, there is an overproduction of cells in the stratum corneum which is the outermost layer of the skin and is composed of biologically "dead" cells. These excess dead cells combine with sebum (the skin's own natural oil) to form comedones - the pore plugs that are the defining element of acne.”

Recommended product: Murad Blemish Control Cleanser,  Rapid Relief Spot,  Outsmart Blemish Clarifying Treatment

 

Plumper skin! “Colourful, tasty and protective, berries help fend off free radicals that dull the skin while simultaneously boosting collagen production levels. Throw in a handful of raspberries, blueberries and pomegranate seeds into your next smoothie for added flavour and skin safety.”

Recommended product: Murad Age Reform Rapid Collagen Infusion

 

Hydration boost! “Eat walnuts, a handful of walnuts will help satisfy your daily cell-hydrating omega-3 fatty acids which helps attract water to dehydrated cells and connective tissue. Cold water fish and ground flaxseeds are also excellent food sources of Essential Fatty Acids (EFA). EFA’s are vital and have amazing hydrating abilities in topical creams and when taken internally, they help to build up cell membranes and attract water to cells.”

Recommended product: Murad Power Skincare Duo Set

 

Calm rosacea! “Goji berries are an extremely dense and nutritious food – a great source of essential fatty acids to calm the skin, while also packed with free-radical fighting antioxidants, trace minerals, B vitamins, and eighteen amino acids.”

Recommended products: Murad Redness Therapy Soothing Serum, Murad Redness Therapy Gel Cleanser

 

Treat hyperpigmentation! “Go green with broccoli and spinach as these foods are a great source of Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) which is a potent fat-and-water-soluble antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.”

Recommended product:  Murad Dark Spot Correcting Skincare KitMurad Pigmentation Power Couple

 

Boost your sun protection! “Pomegranates are a wonderful source of antioxidants and maybe the world’s most prolific source of polyphenols, also very beneficial in increasing the protective abilities of sunscreens.”

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All quotes from board-certified dermatologist and founder of Murad skincare, Dr Murad:

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14 Comments
Rabia
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@SarahS  It’s such a great and healthy information....😍😍 I have pigmentation but broccoli ☹️☹️☹️  

Pomegrante increases sun protection sounds great as my kids love pomegranate 😍❤️❤️👍👍👍👍 

I love walnut now while eating I will think about my skin hydration 😍😍❤️❤️

SophieG1
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@SarahS  This is very interesting I guess I need more orange in my life 😍

kj_lovinbeauty
Beauty Crush

@SarahS  fantastic read 🙏

Michele82
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@SarahS  What an useful article. Tks for posting it! I definitely need more broccoli and spinach in my diet. At the momento I would also benefit of  🥭 apricot and  🍠 

👏🏻👏🏻🤩🤩😍😍

Beauty1
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Oh dear I need more broccoli and spinach in my life and oranges. Thank you @SarahS  for this informative article. 

EmaSullivan
In the Spotlight

This is so interesting! I never realised certain foods could help so much with certain skin issues 🙌🏼😱 thank you!

Tarnjit
Going Pro

@SarahS this is great! I love how Dr Murad isn't just trying to tell us about his products but also telling us about diet changes we can make to benefit our skin! Firm believer that we need to first work on our inside health for our outside health to show! Xoxo

Boss786
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@SarahS  wow love murad glad im on the right products then orange range 

Need to be eating broclii looks like it an spinch😍😋

Suzy
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@SarahS 

Another enjoyable, informative blog👍Thank you

Lindsay2
Multimasker

Great article @SarahS really helpful, thank you.

NehaB
Multimasker

@SarahS 

really interesting..thanks x

Annmac
Going Pro

Good to know those blueberries I had in my gin earlier are plumping my skin. 😂😍

Vickytory7
Total Glossip

@SarahS  Really enjoy ed reading this... you are what you eat! X

MFL1276
Total Glossip

Love Murad products 😍😍😍