Hey beautifuls, now I know pretty much every blogger and their aunt has mentioned this cleanser but I wanted to share my thoughts on it.
About 2 months ago, I was looking for a new cleanser and I had been lusting after this one for a very long time bur it was quite hard to get hold of in person. (The nearest stockist was John Lewis in Trafford Centre) You can get it online but I like buying make up and skincare in person so I can see it and talk to the lovely people at the counters.
Anyway then I was my favourite boots in Manchester and I got the biggest shock of my life. They had just opened a Liz Earle Counter. I literally screamed! a bit excessive I know but it is true!
Needless to say I didn't hesitate to grab the starter kit.
The starter kit comes in this nice pouch bag and inside it you get the hot cloth cleanser with two muslin cloths. They also give you a tips card which is quite nice if you are only starting out using cleansers.
The cleanser is at least 90% if not more made from natural ingredients making it easy and not harsh on your skin. It aims to suit every skin type for all ages. My mum uses this too and it works just as well for her.
You only need a little bit to lather up in your hands and rub smoothly across your face. It does a good job taking off everyday make up. I do sometimes cleanse twice if I am wearing a bit more heavier make up that day and use eye make up remover.
I then wet and rinse the muslin cloth and gently put it on my face to take the cleanser off. If you have never done this before please do. The feeling of the warm water and soft cloth against your face after a long day is amazing. It leaves it feeling fresh, soft, clean everything you want a cleanser to be.
It retails for £14.00 which is quite good for a great quality cleanser. You can get it in the larger boots or online at the boots or Liz Earle website.
Have you tried this cleanser? do you like it?
Lots of love
Labels: Liz Earle, Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, Liz Earle Review