I'm a teenager, and if you remember your teenage years (or maybe you're still going through them) your skin can go a bit off the rails. I've not got acne, or any major skin problems apart from a extreme lack of oil (no oil on my face...nada) but I do like to give it some special treatment.
Cleansing's really important, so when I got the opportunity to pick up the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish, I took it. Us bloggers were a swarm of locus for this particular product, so I couldn't not try it. The organic claims of this also made me smile, as harsh chemicals + youthful skin is a recipe for disaster.
The product is a lovely creamy consistency, with a very natural smell, and you just smooth it all over your skin, and sweep away with a flannel or muslin cloth. I love the concept, as it involves no face splashing or the like.
One thing I have noticed since using this...is the control of breakouts. I'm not a super spotty person, but spots are so minimal since using this and they go really speedily. The cleanser seems to battle them, in a fight to the death, and it wins, thus making no spots ever really appear on my face. Amazing.
Praise #2...makeup. The ideal way you're meant to use this is on top of your makeup to remove it. Most days I don't have make-up on by 9:30pm, as if it's been worn I remove it as soon as I get home with my No7 Soft and Soothed Gentle Cleanser, but when I have used this to sweep the slap away it's been AMAZING. It removes every single smidgen.
The 50/50 thing about this cleanser, is that it's not as smoothing as I need it to be. Considering I have dry skin, I really want something that's going to make my skin as moisturised as the ocean, and it makes my skin feel smoothy smooth, but not quite enough for £14. It's a nice combination though as my No7 Cleanser defiantly adds the moisture and this controls the breakouts, so for a normal person this'd be perfect for you.
If you're looking for a good cleanser, I'd definitely recommend this. The results are outstanding for such a natural product. I'm thinking of trying the Botanics Balm Cleanser after this, but if that's no good, I'm running back to this. Hells yeah.
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