Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Skincare that Works #1 | Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish 200ml - £24.00

Long before I became the beauty obsessed writer I am today, Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish had pride of place in my skincare routine.  You could say, this cleanser was the catalyst that started my infatuation with the world of beauty.  A cult product in both the beauty and blogging worlds, this cleanser has won countless awards, gained over 700 customer reviews on the Liz Earle site and not to mention the copious amount of blogging hype it has achieved.  I've been using this for the past two years and to my surprise, I've never given it the review it so rightly deserves. 

Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish is a two part system of cleansing, followed up by light exfoliation (or 'polishing') when used in conjunction with the muslin cloths.  It contains naturally active ingredients such as eucalyptus, rosemary and cocoa butter, which smell amazing together.  When I introduced this into my routine two years ago, my skin immediately took to it and began looking clearer and feeling smoother, as the product claims.  The cleanser is thick and creamy in consistency and feels moisturising and soothing on the skin, rather than stripping. It removes every trace of make up, including stubborn waterproof mascara and is suitable for both morning and evening cleansing.  The added bonus of using the muslin cloths means that your skin gets a deeper cleanse,  removing dirt, excess oil and dead skin cells.  

My skin loves this product and although I am forever trying different skincare products, looking to find the best for my skin, I always come back to this cleanser.  I know that when my skins having a tantrum that this product helps sooth spots, whilst also helping to stop further breakouts.  The Cleanse and Polish ranges in size from 15ml - 200ml with prices starting at £3.25 (for a 15ml tube and a muslin cloth).  I usually have a 100ml bottle in my stash, which lasts me around three months but I decided to go big and purchase the 200ml bottle as it comes in a squeezy tube, rather than the standard container.  

Do you love Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish?


  1. I've always wanted to try this cleanser but never gotten round to it.
    I'm using the Emma Hardie cleansing balm at the moment, but once I've finished that I might give this a go!xx

    1. I've been using the EH on and off but I'm not sure if it's been the cause for my latest skin tantrum or not! Liz Earle is a skincare must for me! x

    2. Liz earle skin cream is very effective cream & your skin becomes smooth removing skin dead luyers,skin scars.Skin Lightening


  2. i really want 2 try this x

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