Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

Liz Earle Cleanse & PolishI’d heard loads about the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser and couldn’t wait to try it out.

I started using the new ‘regime’ on a Thursday and by the Saturday 2 of my 3 daughters were using it too. (Daughter Number 3 would never use something I recommended on principle :)). I honestly don’t think I could rave enough about this fantastic product! The girls now have their own products and I know for a fact that at least one of them will probably never use any other cleansing method again!

Liz Earle’s cleansing regime is simple. Rub the cream into your face and neck, including over the eyes, then wet the cloth in hot water, wring it out and wipe the cream off your face.It takes all my make-up off (including mascara!) easily and according to the ‘blurb’ on the pack, the polishing action also lifts away ‘dead skin cells to reveal smooth, soft, radiant skin’! A kind of modern version of what my Nan used to do with her Ponds Cold Cream, I suppose, even down to the recommendation to splashing your face with cold water when you’ve finished.

Liz Earle Cleanse & PolishIf you Google ‘Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish‘, you’ll see that it’s won a zillion beaty awards. It’s got quite a strong eucalyptus scent which might not be up everyone’s street, but I find the smell quite invigorating and a refreshing change. You’re meant to use the cream with the pure muslin cloth supplied, but even though there are 2 in the pack, mine always seem to be in the wash. I sometimes improvise with a clean, hot cotton flannel¬† – Shhhh, Don’t tell Liz!

Mrs C
In a nutshell, I'm a Mum to three gorgeous daughters and two step-sons who are gradually making their own lives and leaving Mr. C and I plenty of time to enjoy life just as a couple again. I'm a big fan of Afternoon Tea & Corrie and hate, with a vengeance, violence in films! I love reading 'proper' books though I concede that my birthday Kindle was brilliant on holidays.

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