Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Review!! LLG




As part of the Ladies Lookin' Good event, I had the privilege of trying a cleanser from one of the top British skincare companies, Liz Earle! I have heard only good things about this company, so I was excited about the opportunity! I received the Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser. This is the only cleanser Liz Earle makes, simply because it is the best for all skin types! I was intrigued by the name of this product, and very excited about trying it out. Basically this cleanser works in 2 steps; cleansing and polishing.  Unlike most cleansers I have used, you start with a dry face and massage a small amount (it took 2 pumps for me) of the cleanser into your skin. The cleanser has a lotion-like consistency, and is very gentle on your face. This completely cleans all dirt, oil, and makeup residue from your face. Step 2 is the polish part. Rinse the included muslin cloth in hot water, wring out, and gently wipe your face, removing the cleanser and all the "junk" that has collected on your skin throughout the day.  Afterwards, rinse your face in cool water, and then step back and enjoy the results! I noticed a much more even skin tone, less breakouts, and an overall clean feeling! This is a very gentle, yet thorough and deep cleansing system! Liz Earle has created a totally unique, awesome cleanser in this Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser!




"In 1995, our co-founders Liz Earle and Kim Buckland extended their long friendship into a business partnership. Liz and Kim met at the start of their careers when they both worked together before embarking on different paths within the beauty industry. Liz, through her in-depth research, became a specialist in botanical ingredients, natural health and well being. As a beauty editor, author of over 30 books and TV presenter, she became a well-known and respected authority in these areas. Kim meanwhile, gained vast experience in the management of the manufacture, packaging, retail and marketing of cosmetics."


Disclaimer: I was not monetarily compensated in any way for this post. I did receive product for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are mine. All quotes taken from the Liz Earle. website.

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