Sunday, 11 November 2012

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser Rose and Lavender | Review


I love this product, like a lot of bloggers I cannot begin to tell you how much I love this product.

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser (the light green bottle) is brilliant in itself but this special edition Rose and Lavender bottle is even better. Why? Because of the smell and for some reason my skin loves anything rose scented. I've been using the regular Hot Cloth Cleaner for some time, but I ran out and thought I would try the special edition for the Princes Trust. 

The bottle is a white with pink and purple swirls all the ingredients are the same except them have added Rose and Lavender. Rose and Lavender are calming for the ingredients for the skin, and of course, my skin really appreciated it. I have normal to combination skin, always suffered from spots especially during that time of the month. After using it every night for a week my skin really looked and felt different. I still had the odd spot but not half as many as I used to. My usual skincare stayed the same so I know it was this product that made the difference.  

(taken by myself)
What I usual do is squeeze one pea size product out of the pump and pretty much smear it across my face, I use my ring finger to gently massage it into my eyes. I feel it melts my eyeliner and Mascara away, it's also safe enough to use when wearing contact lenses. During this time I run warm water into the muslin cloth (you get two free with each purchase in John Lewis) and rinse it out. I then proceed to take off all my makeup with the muslin cloth, repeat if necessaries. 

I cannot recommend the Liz Earle Special Edition Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser Rose and Lavender enough. It is still available on the official website, slightly more expensive than the regular one but for every bottle sold £2 goes to the Princes Trust. Charity  YEAH! You should get two free muslin cloths and you get 150ml worth of product.

Which Liz Earle products have you tried and tested? Recommendations? 


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