I know I am so late on this bandwagon but for Christmas I finally got my hands on the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish hot cloth cleanser. For a good few years now I have read and watched so many bloggers and vloggers rave about the product but due to it being a little pricey I have never managed to try it out myself. The product claims to be ‘Suitable for all skin types, the rich, indulgent cream deeply cleanses to instantly remove daily grime, pollutants and make up, even stubborn mascara, to leave skin feeling comfortable, balanced and exceptionally clean’. Sounds pretty good to me, right, surely that’s everything you want from a skin product?!
My usual skin care routine doesn’t consists of not very much, I am really lucky to have quite clear skin, but it can some times become sensitive if i use new products on it, so I just normally wash my face in the shower with warm water. I then just use standard cheap make up wipes to get rid of any makeup and grime the rest of the time. So trying to keep a routine of using it was a little bit of a challenge just because I am not used to religiously using a skin care product.
I have been using this product around once a day/ every other day since Christmas and my skin does feel really squeaky clean!! I am still using makeup wipes before using the cleanser just to takeaway the majority of my makeup but it is really good at getting rid of that last bit of mascara that likes to stay on and give you panda eyes in the morning. My usual blemishes around my nose have also cleared up too!
I was given the 100ml set which comes with 2 of the muslin clothes so you are able to clean the clothes every few days in a normal white wash. Which is very handy! I will definitely keep using this product and suggest it to anyone who’s skin can get a little sensitive but like it to feel squeaky clean. Plus I really like how good it is at ridding that last bit of mascara!!
Thanks for taking a look! This the first beauty kind of post I have done so let me know what you think? or if you would like more?
Little Mayfly x