Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish ...

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

I recently got to try the multi-award winning Cleanse & Polish by Liz Earle. Now every woman and her mother has written and raved about the hot cloth cleanser it seems so i was excited to give it a whirl and see what's so special about this product.

I received the Cleanse and Polish Starter Kit which contains: 100ml hot cloth cleanser with pump, 2 pure muslin cloths and zip-up kit bag.

The packaging is clean looking and rather sleek. It reminds me of Sanctuary products actually. The bottle is very sturdy with a wide pump head. I really liked that Liz Earle included a zip-up bag for the products to live in, it was a nice touch and would be ideal for travel use.

Cleanse and Polish also has a very clean smell to it - to me it smells like a light tea tree oil come Vicks vapour rub (which i love!) This may not please everyone but it wasn't too over-powering.

Now i usually use Johnson's make-up removing face wipes for sensitive skin and have continued to use these to get the majority of my make-up off, I then begin the two phase process.

Phase 1 Cleansing: massage a 10 pence piece size of cleanser into face and neck.
Phase 2 Polishing: run the muslin cloth under warm water, wring out and gentle polish off the cream. Splash face with cold water to finish.

w0w. My skin feels squeaky clean once i have used the Cleanse and Polish - my skin looks radiant and has a nice natural glow to it. I have also noticed my pores are significantly reduced which is always a huge plus in my books and is something i seek in products. As mentioned before i have dry, sensitive skin and this hasnt irritated it at all or broke me out in any spots/rashes so smiley faces all round :)

Liz Earle state to use the hot cloth cleanser twice a day but i currently use this once a week and it does exactly what i want it to do. Quite frankly i don't have time to use this twice a day and skincare is actually quite low on my list of priorities #naughty

I feel the Cleanse and Polish hot cloth cleanser is well priced for the amount you get (don't forget you get TWO muslin cloths as well as the kit bag) although it is a little more than i would personally spend on one skincare item (as i mention above i would rather choose a new mascara/foundation/lipstick over skincare)

I'd love to try more of the Liz Earle range and have my beady little eyes on Sheer Skin Tint and SuperSkin Moisturiser :)

Disclaimer: this product was sent to me by PR for consideration.

What do you think of Cleanse and Polish? What is you fave Liz Earle products?




  1. This is my absolute fave Liz Earle product, wish I could afford to use it all the time!x


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