Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse & Polish & Skin Tonic

*This post is not sponsored, I really do love these products*


So as part of my new years goals which you can read about here, I wanted to introduce some new areas to this blog. I love outfit posts and they will always be my fave kind of post to write about and read about too, but I thought it might be nice to add some more travel & lifestyle as well as a bit of beauty. So kicking off with beauty, I thought i'd write up a little review of my new skincare saviour; Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse & Polish and Skin Tonic.

Now i'm by no means a beauty expert, I didn't even start wearing make up till about year 10 and that was with a lot of persuasion from my friends. Over the past year or so i've got really into skincare and as I reach the dreaded mid-twenties (nearly on the wrong side of them) i've started to really think about what i'm putting on my skin. Up until not so long ago, my nighttime regime pretty much consisted of a quick wipe with a face wipe and a splash of water. But after reading lots of reviews about this cleanser/toner duo I thought i'd give it a try. 

I start by removing my make up with miscellar water and some cotton pads, which I thought got all of my make up off.. until I tried the cleanser! A lot of face wash products i've tried in the past have either dried my skin up or brought me out in spots but this has really worked so far. If you haven't used this before, you basically massage the cleanser in onto dry skin, rubbing in circles covering your face and neck, then rinse the cloth in warm water and *gross alert* watch all of the grime that you thought you had already gotten off appear. I was so surprised at how much product was still left on my face, thinking I usually get everything off it made me realise that I usually sleep with all that still on my face. You follow up with the tonic, with a cotton pad and then a moisturiser.

I've been using this since Christmas and have been so impressed, I think i'll try more of the Liz Earle range when I run out of moisturiser. Have you tried this product? Can you recommend any other Liz Earle products? 

Also on a side note, since switching to a MacBook and using Fotor to edit my images, they seem to be really blurry which they don't look on my camera.. any suggestions/help much appreciated my lovezzz. 

L x


  1. I've heard so many good things about the Liz Earle cleanse and polish! I think I may purchase it when my runs out.

    Claudia xxx

    1. I did too, i'm so glad I tried it I would definitely recommend. And it's not too expensive either which is always a bonus :) xx


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