Thursday, 5 March 2015

Review: Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

Review: Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

Review: Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

I didn't intend to review this product because I'm sure you've all heard the blogger hype about it, but I just had to share my thoughts on it. I received this as a Christmas present last year, and was expecting the mini size so it was a nice surprise when I got the full size! I've been using it ever since then, so I feel like I've tested it enough and seen the results to share with you guys.

Review: So I've used cheaper hot cloth cleansers in the past, but with the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, you can tell you're definitely getting the quality for your money. I use this as my evening cleanser (because ain't nobody got time to faff with a cloth in the morning!) sometimes with the cloth if I'm feeling fancy or without if I really can't be bothered!

It smells very essential-oily, which isn't in any way bad in my opinion. It comes out from the pump in a creamy formula and you apply it all over your face to dissolve your make up. I actually use a wipe or Micellar water to remove my eye make up before hand, then tackle my face make up with this cleanser. 

Once you've massaged the cleanser in, you can either wash it off or use the cloth. I do both to mix it up a bit, and find either works fairly well anyway. It has an almost oily texture when you wash it off, so it feels hydrating and moisturising. No joke, my skin is so smooth afterwards that I sometimes skip serum and move straight to my moisturiser. 

The packaging is lovely and you have control over how much you pump out. A big pump normally works for me, sometimes two little ones! Obviously I can't tell how much I've used, but by the weight of it I can see it lasting a few more months before I'll be repurchasing it again. 

Overall, I love it. It might not work as well on oily skin types, but for my combination/dry skin it's perfect. If you don't want to go the whole hog and get the 150ml, there's mini versions dotted about or a 100ml version in Boots at £14, so it is a little pricey but well worth it in my opinion. Spend more on your skincare, then you won't need to spend as much on make up is my motto!

Have you tried this before? What's your favourite cleanser?

Thanks for reading
Rhiannon x

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