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Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Review

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth review

The Liz Earl Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth cleanser is one that I've wanted to try out for a long time. Anyone who is vaguely interested in skincare and beauty will have heard of it. It's one of many two-step cleansing formula's, but this one has won multiple awards and is probably the most talked about but, as I am with all skincare, I was cautious at first because my skin can be so sensitive.

When a sample of it arrived in my Birchbox, I decided I'd definitely give it a go to see what all the fuss is about! I got a cute 30ml tube of the cleansing cream along with the polishing muslin cloth.

The Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish cleanser is made from natural, plant-based ingredients such as Eucalyptus, Rosemary and Chamomile, all of which are very calming and soothing on the skin. It's also packed with cocoa butter for some extra moisturising!

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth review

The thick cream works to calm and invigorate, while deeply cleansing the skin and it also smells so yummy! The cleanser is great for removing makeup (including stubborn eye makeup) and really gets into the pores to pull out any underlying nasties that could be creating blemishes or making your skin look dull.

I apply the cream to the whole of my face and massage in. Depending on how my skin is, or how much time I have, I will sometimes leave it on for 5 minutes to really work it's magic.

What makes this cleansing routine stand out from other, bog standard cleansers, is the muslin cloth provided to remove. After soaking in hand-hot water, the cloth gently removes the cleanser taking any dead skin cells with it, without rubbing the skin raw.

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth review

Combined with the muslin, the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish hot cloth cleanser really takes away every inch of stubborn makeup and dirt, unlike many other cleansing products I've tried and the extra 'polish' leaves the skin with a gorgeous healthy glow, so you can say goodbye to dull skin; forever!

You can buy the Liz Earl Cleanse & Polish hot cloth cleanser in several different sizes, from 30ml right up to 200ml. Some sets contain the cloth, but if you've already got one, you can buy a top up of the cleansing cream on it's own! Prices range from £6 for the 30ml tube and 1 cloth, right up to £28 for a 200ml tube and 1 cloth. Take a look at the Liz Earle website to see which one works best for you!

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4 comments

  1. Great review that products sounds good and I may give it a try! Thank you!
    x,Abril
    The Color Palette

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  2. I recently tried this too. I got the sample in my Birchbox and I'm so glad I did. It's a product I've wanted to try for so long and didn't want to shell out £15.50 price tag just in case it wasn't my cup of tea. The sample sizes weren't known to me because I'd only seen the 100ml version around. I absolutely loved this product and how it made my skin feel. I picked up the 100ml bottle for less than a tenner in the sale.. so so good x

    Kate | A British Sparkle

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  3. Hi dear! Very interesting post! Lovely blog!
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  4. Would like to try this as have heard such good things and your review has been helpful :-)

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