Beauty

Emily Hearts Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish

IMG_1637 Ever since I heard about Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish a few years ago, I’ve wanted to try it. When I went into William and Griffin the other week and there was a small 50ml christmas set for Cleanse and Polish for only £9 sitting on the Liz Earle counter I knew I had to jump at the chance. I’ve neglected to say that there was also a 20% off sale in the shop too so it felt like it was calling my name, needless to say I snapped it up an I’ve been using it ever since. IMG_1638 This multi award winning gentle cleanser does a great job of taking make up off and cleansing the skin without being too harsh. The hot cloth is a brilliant partner for this rich cream that includes ingredients such as eucalyptus and cocoa butter.  There are two steps in this process, the first is removing the make up, the second is to remove the rich cream with the hot muslin cloth which gently helps to take away and dislodge dead skin leaving your face feeling fresh and super soft. Just remember a little goes a long way. I think I might be giving this out to a few people as christmas pressies. I can’t resist. Will you be trying Liz Earle Cleans and Polish, or have you already tried it? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below. Happy Shopping!

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    Hannah Delacour
    March 23, 2015 at 4:47 pm

    I’ve been lusting after this cleanser for a long long time, and came so close to purchasing it at Christmas due to the great deals but I just couldn’t justify getting yet ANOTHER one before I used up my others! haha. I think it’s something I definitely want to try, as a lot of people, models even claim it to be their all time favourite cleanser.
    I noticed you say there’s ingredients like butters in there – do you think it’s thick enough to clog pores (for someone who’s prone to that)? Or does the use of the cloth help counteract this? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
    Hannah x
    hannahdelacour.blogspot.co.uk

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