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The man behind Murad skincare

We chat to the man behind Murad skincare and find out what the secret is to healthy, ageless skin.

Skincare routines are becoming increasingly complicated. If you were to create an effective yet simple–say no more than four steps–routine, what would it include?

It’s basically 3 steps. First, we have to cleanse and tone, then treat, and finally moisturise and protect. Those are the 3 most important steps. We need to cleanse your skin; we need to address your problems whatever they may be – whether they’re acne or wrinkles, and we have to moisturise your skin because you lose moisture as you get older and we have to protect it from the environment. So it’s a 3 step program at Murad and it depends on, with us you can mix and match, they are many different products that you could use depending on your specific needs.

Apart from using skincare that addresses our individual skincare concerns, what lifestyle steps can we take to ensure healthy youthful skin?

Everything in your body is connected, so when we think about how we can get your skin to be healthier, your skin is connected to your heart, your liver and everywhere else. For example, if you go out in the sun you might get a sun burn that effects your skin but you may feel nauseous, you may feel a head ache, things like that. So in order to help your skin we have to help everything else that means appropriate skin care, making sure your diet is appropriate too by having a good healthy diet, exercise regularly and reduce your stress. Basically, these are the 3 pillars of connected beauty and connected health.

Should we change our beauty routines as the season changes?

Yes, most definitely. Winter is a lot more drying on our skin than summer time, so depending on the season, your skin care regime should reflect what you need.

Moving out of winter and into spring, which products should we be including in our beauty regimens?

Well, in winter time your skin is dryer, so you’ll need to increase the amount of moisturiser you’re using, and add in other moisturising elements to your regime. You might also find that your skin can feel irritated from dehydration, so you may also need a treatment to alleviate this; a skin-soothing product will add hydration while also treating the irritation.

What do you think the future holds for skincare? 
I truly believe that skin care is health care and if we take care of our skin and make it as healthy as possible it also means we’re also making it beautiful as possible. And remember the relationship between your skin and your heart is very, very critical, eat well and exercise you’ll reduce stress which makes your skin healthier. So make your heat happy and your skin will look great

What piece of skincare advice would you share with all women no matter what skin type they have?
I would say, be thrilled with you are, no matter what.

The ultimate beauty cheat sheet

The wonderful world of skincare has advanced in leaps and bounds over recent years, but when the mania of the festive season comes knocking on our doors there’s nothing like a good beauty shortcut. And while we’re big proponents of a thorough skincare regimen, we don’t always have a couple of months to wait to see results – especially when that Christmas cocktail party is looming. Thankfully these beauty must-haves will help you fake it until you’ve got the time to overhaul your skincare routine – New Year’s resolution anyone?

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