Liz Earle ‘Cleanse and Polish’ review

If you have read a recent blog post of mine, my current skincare routine, you’ll know one of my current favourite skincare products is the Liz Earle ‘cleanse and polish hot cloth cleanser’ which I recently bought in a flash after my local Boots finally started stocking the product. It has been so difficult to find the cleanser in Boots stores near me so when I saw the display, I jumped at the chance to give it a go and see what the hype was about. Now I have completely used up the bottle, I thought I would update you to let you know how I got on with the product and if it is worth the money.

Any beauty fanatic is sure to have heard of this product, due to the ever growing hype surrounding it in the blogging/vlogging community and the multiple awards it has racked up for the brand. Although I am extremely late on the bandwagon with the product, there’s no denying that I am now part of a long line of fans.

Ditch those makeup wipes, removing your makeup has never been so quick and easy. We all feel like removing makeup is a chore and hate the thought of doing it but by using cleanse and polish, removing your makeup can become a pleasure that you look forward to. This product changed my skin massively; it was left feeling and looking unbelievably clean, even glowing to some extent which I have never experienced before after removing makeup. It also smells incredibly luxurious which is just another reason why I adore it.

Although Liz Earle is not the cheapest skincare brand, it certainly also isn’t the most expensive and I have found it is definitely worth paying that little bit extra for something you know is going to benefit your skin. I saw such differences in my skin during using this product. I noticed that I had a lot less breakouts which I think is due to the fact my skin was getting a deep clean every night rather than just a quick swipe of a makeup wipe. It also goes a long way, despite only being a 100ml bottle; only two pumps is enough to remove all traces of makeup.

IMG_5415IMG_5649

Despite already having massive expectations due to the continuous incredible reviews I had previously heard about this brand, this product for me has matched them completely. The standard the Liz Earle brand have set leaves me looking so forward to repurchasing the Cleanse and Polish (as I have now sadly ran out) and many other products from them in the future.

Liz Earle ‘Cleanse and Polish’ retails at Β£15.50 (100ml including two muslin cloths). This blog post was not sponsored in anyway and is my own opinions only. Make sure you’re always caught up by following my blog, my twitter and Instagram.

Emily X

One thought on “Liz Earle ‘Cleanse and Polish’ review

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s