Hello my loves! Here I am after a long silence with a review. My mum sent me something that I've been dying to try out, ever since I got into blogging and the beauty/skincare scene... and that is the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish.
I've had huge hopes for this - practically every beauty blogger and vlogger has considered it to be amazing, and naturally I've believed them. So I decided to see for myself if this is worth the hype it receives! And my first thoughts? I've been using it the past few days - twice a day - and I absolutely cannot see myself without it from now on.
My bottle of Cleanse & Polish came with two Liz Earle muslin cloths, which is super handy - and if you're wanting to use this on an everyday basis, I'd probably use one cloth (once rinsed and left to dry) twice before washing them properly. To save on washing though, muslin cloths are very cheap and easy to come by - so stock up! I know that a lot of the viewers of these beauty vloggers and bloggers are quite young - around the school age - so I probably wouldn't recommend this for really young teenage skin. For the price of it, it's not worth it for what little make-up the younger generation wear to warrant using a cleanser. The smell of the product itself is a bit 'mature' for want of a better word. It has extracts of chamomile, rosemary, cocoa butter and eucalyptus essential oil so you can imagine how herbal it smells. I personally love it, though! So so refreshing.
The verdict? Absolutely fabulous. The whole process takes minutes, and leaves my skin feeling wonderful before bed and first thing in the morning. I usually tend to use my face wash (Simple Kind To Skin Moisturising Facial Wash) before cleansing, and I follow it up with a toner and a light moisturiser in the morning, and my more rich moisturiser in the evening. You could probably even feel the benefit of using it once a day - some people use it once a day anyway, and I can see why considering these are not exactly a budget product. But at the moment I've found the starter kit here on the Boots website for £15.50 which is quite affordable, if used in moderation.
I hope you found this helpful, lovelies, and I'll see you again soon! If you have any questions or comments, leave 'em below!