Thursday, 20 November 2014
Another Go At Liz Earle...
I love my skincare. I am always up for trying new cleansers, lotions and potions to make my dehydrated skin glow a little bit more and make it look more plump. When Liz Earle got in touch and sent me some of their products to try, I couldn't wait. I had previously tried the cleanse and polish but didn't really find that I was overly wowed by it so I was eager to give it another go.
The Cleanse and Polish* is the best selling hot cloth cleanser which is a cult product in the beauty world. I love a hot cloth cleanser, there's no nicer feeling that washing your make up off after a long day. I really liked the scent of this, it's definitely got a hint of eucalyptus in it and smells slightly menthol which is really cooling on the skin, especially after a long day. The cream is thick and worked into the skin it removes all the grime and even the most stubborn of mascara. The cleanse and polish came in a handy travel case with two muslin clothes which you use with the cleanser to remove make up. These were my favourite clothes before I went onto using flannels but the thin material means it's easy to get into nooks and crannies such as around the nose and corners of your eyes. I've found that with prolonged use the cleanser has really made my skin feel soft and im breaking out less (my skin is having a meltdown at the minute), I think the natural products used in the cleanse and polish are contributing to this dramatically!
Now onto the Skin Repair Moisturiser*, I was sent the normal/combination one which isn't really suitable for my skin on an evening. I really like to pack in some hydration on a night, but this works well on a morning under my make up. It sinks into the skin quickly without leaving a sticky or tacky residue. The cream really hydrates my skin as it sinks in but doesn't leave me with that sweaty shiny glow (we all know that girls). The cream is practically scent less and gentle, it would be suitable for those with sensitive skin as it doesn't appear to have anything in it that could irritate.
Can I say I was wrong about Liz Earle before? Well yeah, I really have discovered a brilliant cleanser which I would pick up when this runs out, but when it comes to the moisturiser, it's not one I'd purchase myself. I need something that packs a punch to help my dehydrated skin.
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