Monday, 10 February 2014

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish... A Rediscovery

Hey there,

There are some products out there that you try, like and then forget how great they are until you have a eureka I right?

I know I have a few products in my stash that that is the case for. One in particular is the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser. I first tried and reviewed the product way back in October 2012 when my blog was just an infant. 

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

Since that blog post was written I got more and more engrossed in all things beauty and skincare. This meant that I was introduced to new brands and in turn it meant that I have a cleanser collection which is probably more varied than Boots.

You see as a blogger, I am always on the look out for the perfect product, the holy grail if you will. When I began the hunt, I didn't know much about my skin, what it likes and doesn't like, what my skintone was and also whether I was dry, combination, normal,jedi (ignore the last one). Anyway through time and much blog reading, I feel I have become wise (if you are interested...I'm a combination skin lovely) and that is when my return to this cleanser happened.

I had been reading the series on  the Tattooed Tealady (Sophia's)  blog about skin types and saw that all the lovely ladies involved that have combination skin, like myself, all raved about the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish. Immediately I looked through all of my beauty storage and ended up finding a small tube of the product, which I used that night.

One thing about my skin is that I am prone to breakouts on my jaw area and it's one part of me that I really don't like, however after one use of Cleanse and Polish I woke up the next morning with much improved and calmer looking skin. 

The formula of the cleanser is a thick cream, which easily removes any make up, including eye make up, leaving your skin feeling clean, fresh and ready for the next step of the skincare routine, which is currently another Liz Earle product, the Liz Earl Instant Boost Skin Tonic.

Overall, I am so glad to have the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser back in my life and I think my skin is too. The product retails at £13.25 for 100ml on the Liz Earle Website.

Have you tried this product?
Till Next Time,



  1. I'm so similar in that my skincare draw has soon turned into 3 or 4.
    I used this a long time ago and was please with results but for some reason never went back to it.

  2. So many good things said about these products and they are on my list to try x
    Beautyqueenuk xx

  3. I love this stuff! I've ventured off and tried other products, currently working my way through some Body Shops stuff, but I still have plenty left of my LE C&P and I know I'll be back to it soon. It really is amazing stuff. :)


  4. wow this product sounds really great! I'll have to give it a go

  5. A great blog & review
    Used this a good cleanser

  6. If you're looking for a cheaper and pretty much identical version the N-Spa range at Asda is lovely. I did a review recently on my blog:

  7. I've just rediscovered this too! I'm now wondering why I got rid of it in the first place!

  8. This is one product that I haven't got round to trying yet! I love balance Me's Cleanse and smooth face balm but it is a little pricey so when my current one of those runs out I might just give this a try x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty


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