I got this lovely Jasmine and Osmanthus limited edition of cult favourite Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish cleanser for my birthday, back in July. I’ve had the original Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish cleanser before and loved it so was rather excited to try this version out. Liz Earle is a British skincare brand that was founded in 1995 and has gone from strength to strength. They are passionate about creating products that can work on every skin type and harnessing natural and active ingredients.
First of all the packaging is beautiful. The design is really clean and bright which matches the overall essence of the product. The tube type box that the cleanser and cloths came in is a really lovely shape and is nice and sturdy. It really adds to the premium feel of the product. Nothing worse than flimsy packaging!
The next thing you notice is the smell of the Limited Edition Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish cleanser. It smells divine. So fresh and natural. This is thanks to the ingredients that it is hiding in it’s pretty little bottle. Cocoa butter, that soothes and softens the skin. Beeswax, which is good for protecting the skin. Rosemary oil, which is great for it’s antioxidant properties. And that’s just to name a few!
The Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish muslin cloth is great. It is made from great quality pure muslin and helps you remove that tough-to-get-off eye make up. It washes in the washing machine completely fine so that you can keep it nice, fresh and clean for your skin.
The consistency of the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish cleanser is great. Not too thick so it doesn’t feel like it’s clogging up your skin. And not too thin that it gets lost in your hands before it reaches you face.
So how does it work? You apply the cleanser to your face and massage it in. The consistency of the product encourages you to do so as it is quite thick and creamy. The massaging helps increase the blood flow to your skin, which is great for the overall appearance of your skin. Hello glow!
You then remove it using a warm, damp muslin cloth which acts as a type of exfoliant, hence the polish part of the product. This will get rid of all the dead skin cells which nobody wants hanging around on their skin.
All in all, the Limited Edition Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish is a really great cleanser at a decent enough price for the quality of the product. I would highly recommend it and would definitely put it up there with some cleansers which cost quite a bit more. The RRP is £20.75 for a 150ml bottle and 2 muslin cloths and can be bought from various retailers or online here.
Have you used any Liz Earle products before? What do you think of them?