Saturday, 13 September 2014

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Review

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Review
Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Review

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.

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Review

One thing I have noticed since using 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 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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