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Liz Earle |Cleanse & Polish | Hot Cloth Cleanser

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Liz Earle | Cleanse & Polish | Hot Cloth Cleanser | Image courtesy boots.com

Hello Glamazons!

Today I will be reviewing, Liz Earle’s Cleanse & Polish, Hot Cloth Cleanser.  I received it in my September,2016 Birchbox.

The cleanser came as a set , it had a 30 ml tube of cleanser along with a muslin cloth. A full size of this set retails for anything in between EUR 9 to EUR 39.

I was reading up a bit about this brand and here’s some information about them. “Founded in 1995, Liz Earle is a British beauty brand with years of botanical expertise.”

 

The Liz Earle ‘Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser’ has won more than 100 awards
200 ml tube| Image courtesy dailymail.co.uk

“Since day one, when close friends Liz and Kim founded the company here on the Isle of Wight, exceptional service and honest, expert advice have been at the heart of everything we do.”

They use only the finest quality of natural active ingredients and offer a range of skin, hair, body care and make up. Their products work for all ages, life stages and skin types.

This is a starter kit and is the perfect foundation of fabulous skin! This cleanser contains cocoa butter, rosemary, chamomile, beeswax,glycerin, Hops extract,  and eucalyptus.

Buy Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish™ Hot Cloth Cleanser, 100ml with 2 Muslin Cloths Online at johnlewis.com
100 ml bottle | Image courtesy johnlewis.com

 

 

The Liz Earle cleanser is also the best preparation for the next step in your beauty routine. It helps to soften, smooth, moisturize, tone, soothe and purify the skin.

Talk about an action packed cleanser! Indeed a multi tasker!

The cleanser has a rich, creamy texture. It deeply cleanses to instantly remove daily grime, pollutants and make up.

 

Did you know that this product is a multi award-winning cleanser? This British beauty essential could soon become the cornerstone of your daily beauty routine.

Used with the muslin cloth, it gently exfoliates, lifting away dead skin cells to reveal smoother, clearer and brighter-looking skin.

It leaves the skin feeling comfortable, balanced and exceptionally clean. Regular use will reveal radiant skin.

 

 

How to use Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser : 

  1. Massage onto dry skin over your face and neck, finishing over your eye area.
  2. Rinse the pure cotton cloth in hand-hot water and wring out before gently polishing off the cream.
  3. Finish by splashing your face with cool water.
  4. Use daily morning and nightI have modified my usage of this a little as I tend to wear either a BB cream or a foundation so I start off rinsing off my make up with clean water and then start the application of the cream. The muslin cloth actually helps a lot.

    Its not very rough like say a loofah so no tears on the skin leading to burns. I use it during my shower.

    I usually have a hot shower so the steam opens up the pores and its easier to spread the cream. Though the cream claims to be suitable for all skin types, I am yet to ascertain that for oily skin.

     

     

    I like cleansers that give a squeaky clean feel after rinsing. This one washes off creamy.

    I feel its best suited for people with dry or normal skin. And that’s my review!

Thank you for reading. Please like,comment,subscribe and share this blog with your friends and loved ones.

And always, be kind to yourself ‘coz there’s no one like you! Mwah!!

Love,
YLT
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