I'll put it out there - I don't understand the Liz Earle hype. Don't get me wrong, I liked the stuff, the concept is great and the muslins are soooo soft but I found it ran out quickly, it's expensive once you've ordered online and paid for postage, and I wasn't keen on the smell, it reminded me of Vichs Vapourub. So when I saw No.7 had their own version of this, I convinced myself to give hot cloth cleansers another go and I'm so glad I did.
Now that the cold weather seems to be settling in for winter, my skin craves something thick and creamy to remove my slap and this cleanser delivers. Big time. On an evening, I put 2 pumps of this onto my hands and massage it into my face and eyes (yes it's that gentle) while my muslin descends into boiling hot water. After I've made myself well and truly panda-eyed, I start removing. The muslin is a slightly more harsh than the Liz Earle one but I like this for exfoliation - I feel like I'm really removing the make-up. Note: This cleanser works wonders for the likes of Double Wear too! The end result? My eye make-up comes off a dream and I'm left with my skin thoroughly cleansed, soft and make-up free.
I can't fault this product, I know this will be a permanent product in my skincare routine now. I'm really impressed with the Boots No.7 Beautiful Skin range at the moment plus they're so affordable. I've already picked some more things up from the range!