8/08/2016

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Cleanser

Above is the limited edition. It's full title is the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser Rose and Cedrat Limited Edition. I picked this up in John Lewis a month or so ago.

I first became aware of Liz Earle when I worked in Jo Malone.  We were given a skincare allowance every two months. Which was really generous of them indeed. I have no idea if they still do this. I use to use my allowance but I know some of the other ladies use to use Eve Lom or Liz Earle.  I also remember than a couple of our facialists decamped to the store in the Duke of York's square as well!

You can buy this range in Boots as well, one for all you points collectors! Although if you are a newbie to Liz Earle I would recommend seeking advice from one of their skincare specialists. After all that's what they are there for.

Liz Earle (the brand, not the person) is 21 years old.  She uses high quality active ingredients in all her range, but it's the Hot Cloth Cleanser a cult classic which really put her on the beauty map.

What I like about this product is the rich texture, perfect for removing two layers of make-up and mascara. My skin can be sensitive but this doesn't irrate it at all. In the morning I tend to use a quick wipe cleanser or a face wipe (I know, me bad) but in the evening I do make an effort to really give my face some elbow welly. Hence using the muslin cloth. You bascially pump two drops onto your fingertips and then apply straight onto dry skin, gently massaging as you go. Then you place the cloth into hot water, wring out before gently massaging your skin. Afterwards you splash with cool water. 

I have a couple of muslin cloths to hand as they can get a bit grubby quickly, they are white after all. I love the Liz Earle cleanser and I always make an effort to buy the range during double points at Boots. I completely recommend anyone to try the cleanser, you won't be disappointed. 

Jessica

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