Liz Earle – Cleanse & Polish
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You’ve pretty much got to have been living under a rock for the past 5 years to not have heard of Liz Earle’s wonder-cleanser Cleanse & Polish. Loads of bloggers rave about it and it’s forever popping up in people’s top 5 skincare product lists. So I treated myself to it at Christmas to see what all the hype is about….
I went for the Limited Christmas Edition starter kit, which included a 150ml pump bottle of Cleanse & Polish, 2 muslin cloths and an instruction card all nestled inside a Wintery floral tube. I love the fact that the set includes 2 muslin cloths, so one can be in the wash while you’re using the other.
Cleanse & Polish is basically a two-step process – you Cleanse using the cream cleanser, I find that one and a half pumps is about right, you massage it into your skin in a circular movement – just like you would with any other cleanser. Then you Polish the skin and remove the cleanser using the muslin cloth. The cloth should be soaked in warm water, then gently rub away the product from the skin using a clean section of cloth for each part of the face. I then rinse my face with warm water to remove any residue before toning and moisturising as normal.
The cleanser has a nice menthol scent and it feels rich and luxurious on the skin. Since starting to use Cleanse & Polish around one week ago my skin has felt soft and clean, and it has pretty much been clear from spots and blemishes which is pretty unheard of for me!
I’d definitely recommend Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish to someone looking for a new cleanser. What’s more, Liz Earle products include lots of natural ingredients and they never test on animals – the brand is registered with Cruelty Free International.
If you’d like to find out about some more Hot Cloth Cleansers I’ve reviewed 5 of the best Hot Cloth Cleansers here.
I’d love to try some of Liz Earle’s other skincare products – if Cleanse & Polish is anything to go by they will be good!
The prices of Cleanse & Polish vary, there are lots of different sizes and options available. The basic Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Starter Kit 100ml (includes a cloth) is just £16, and you can buy extra cotton cloths in a pack of 2 for £4.50.
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