Monday 10 February 2020

Review | Murad Night Fix Enzyme Treatment


Murad is no stranger to producing science-led, highly effective skincare products. So when I started trialling the American brand's new Night Fix Enzyme Treatment I had high expectations, and boy were they met...

The Night Fix Enzyme Treatment is all about fighting those awful signs of fatigue and dullness overnight. As you may know, our skin works overtime during our sleep cycle - it is during this time that our skin is most receptive to repair and regeneration. So this treatment is designed to support and boost this natural process with the help of some impressive ingredients.

The Night Fix Enzyme Treatment contains two key ingredients, chronopeptides and tri-enzymes. Chronopeptides are anti-aging peptides that work in-sync with the body’s circadian rhythm to support natural repair. Tri-enzymes - purified from red and green micro-algae - are three encapsulated enzymes that provide potent antioxidant protection and detoxification to reduce visible signs of premature aging (I'm talking loss of elasticity, fine lines, and wrinkles). This treatment also features clever aroma technology - in basic terms, a functional but gentle scent of cedarwood, violet, and lemon, that helps you wind down and enhances sleep quality. Sadly, I can't say whether this does improve sleep as I have a baby. However this treatment really does an amazing job at bringing my skin back to health. It boosts skin with hydration, dramatically improves its texture, and leaves me with a much healthier complexion.

Suitable for all skin types, the Night Fix Enzyme Treatment has a creamy texture that feels lovely on the skin and absorbs well. Two pumps of product are required to cover the whole face and leave it feeling silky and hydrated.

At £60, the Night Fix Enzyme Treatment (John Lewis) is an investment. However it doesn't need to be used daily, so you don't need to worry about the bottle draining fast. I use this as and when my skin is in need of repair, often when I'm ill, hungover, or just suffering from dehydrated or generally shit looking skin!

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