Murad Invisiblur Perfecting Shield review

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Beauty bloggers overuse the word revolutionary, so I’m afraid you won’t believe me when I tell you just how radical Murad Invisiblur Perfecting Shield ($65) is. Invisiblur combines anti-aging treatment, primer and SPF 30 into one simple step that is easier to use and more effective than three other products combined. What would you call a product that does it all? In a word: revolutionary!

We heart this has long raved about Murad, a few of the team have even visited the Murad Inclusive Health Spa for in-person pampering. I’ve loved every Murad product I’ve ever tried, but even with my high expectations, I was wowed by Invisiblur. In fact, I’m giving every other primer I own the boot, because Invisiblur makes anything I’m wearing over it go on perfectly.

Let’s break down its three key features…


Murad is not exaggerating when it describes Invisiblur as “flawless and fabulous in just one step.” Formulated with mushroom peptides, which help aid natural regulation of collagen, and elastin to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, Invisiblur makes use of a “soft-focus complex” that blurs imperfections.


Invisiblur’s anti-aging properties are not just hype. In a Murad sponsored study:
– 71% saw fewer lines and wrinkles
– 94% saw improved smoothness and texture
In my own study, my skin looks smoother and more even-toned. Even though the primer function makes my foundation and concealer easier to apply, I’m wearing much less of both when I’m using Invisiblur.


Sun Protection
Murasol, Murad’s proprietary formula, blends powerful antioxidants to protect against broad spectrum UV rays and free-radicals. Unlike similar products, the protection is weightless on the skin. I actually worried about this at first– could my skin be protected if it didn’t feel like I was wearing suncreen? Yes, Murad calls this “invisible sunscreen technology,” and it works like a charm!

I love the way the sheer packaging shows how much product is left (which in my case is a lot, as it’s so concentrated). It took a little practice to push the top just enough to dispense the recommended half-pump of product. Too much Invisiblur on the skin isn’t just a waste, it can cause the gel to ball up when makeup is applied on top of it. Apply sparingly, either with fingers or a flat brush for even coverage.

Murad-Invsiblur-review-5Weightless gel consistency

Murad-Invsiblur-review-6Absolutely invisible coverage

$65 sounded pricey at first, then I added the cost of my regular daytime treatment, primer and sunscreen and realized Invisiblur is a bargain.


    • Scientifically tested and dermatologist developed
    • Appropriate for all skintones and skintypes
    • Invisible SPF 30 protection does not feel like sunscreen
    • Hydrates without feeling heavy
    • Murad is a cruelty-free company
    • 100 percent gluten-free


  • Be careful when pressing on the top, or you will dispense too much product. A tiny bit is all you need for protection and perfection.
  • Don’t apply too much, it can cause the gel to ball up when makeup is applied on top of it.

Revolutionary skincare…though I really should expect no less from this skincare leader! Check out Murad Invisiblur Perfecting Shield.

we heartsters – have you tried Invisiblur? What’s your must-have Murad product?


  • turboterp

    Melissa loves road trips, bargain shopping, drive-in movies, lip gloss and rock 'n' roll. She lives in Baltimore with her precious pup Bellarina. skin tone: NC20 skin type: dry to normal favorite beauty product: skincare


  1. I am tempted to try this because I adore Murad and their skincare products are the balls, however, I’m a little worried about the dimethicone (my skin hates it)…what to do what to do…*ponders impulse purchase*

  2. I love products that do double (or triple) duty! Sunscreen is a MUST for summer. The biggest drawback is that I have a tendency to use too much product! And having it ball up on me would totally throw off my morning routine. :P

  3. I think I’d like to try this. I don’t wear foundation – so would this still help?

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