July 12, 2014

I was kindly gifted the 'Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser' during a promotional round with So Post, and I'm so glad I was offered it. I received the 50ml starter kit which retails at £9.25, and to me, the beauty novice, I believe it is worth every penny. I'm a cleansing wipe kind of girl who has no time to sit and plough through an excessive beauty regime, but I've decided to find time to fit this into my routine, it really is that good.
The starter kit comes with the 50ml cleanser and a muslin cloth which is used for exfoliating your skin and removing your make up. The product describes itself as a "rich, concentrated cream that gently removes daily grime and make up, to leave skin smooth and exceptionally clean. Used with the pure muslin cloth it lifts away dead skin cells, revealing fresh, radiant skin." And yes, I do agree with this. Behind the fancy packaging and the well known name lies a product which can live up to its own hype.
The product is released through a pump, which is an ingenious idea. The pump releases the cream slowly and steadily, which is perfect for people like me who want a product to last as long as possible as the cream doesn't explode into your hand the second the pump has any pressure applied towards it. I mean, who doesn't hate that? It's like trying to get your toothpaste back into the tube after you've squeezed it slightly too hard and you realise that you've got enough paste on your brush to last you a week, let alone half a day. Or is that just me... I don't know?
The smell of the cream isn't personally to my taste, it reminds me of the rub we used to have when we were little that helped with coughs and colds (did anybody else have this?) but I had to look past it to get to the good stuff. After applying it to my face, my skin felt cleaner and tighter and after rinsing it off with the muslin cloth I felt as though I'd just had a invigorating face mask. Now, this is all good and well, but imagine having this every night for two months. Imagine how clean your skin must be. (!) I've been using this product consistently for two months and it still hasn't run out, so I'm happy. My skin has become much better since getting this product and I honestly would recommend it fully.
Have you ever used any Liz Earle products?
-Olivia x

1 comment

  1. India Benjamin15.7.14

    I've never used a hot cloth cleaner but they always sound so good! This sounds great, although not sure how I'd feel about the smell of vapour rub!

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens


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