Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, Gentle Face Exfoliator and Deep Cleansing Mask Review

If you remember my haul here, a month ago i went and got myself some Liz Earle goodies to see whats all the fuss about.

I got the 100ml Cleanse and Polish set with two face clothes (€15.50), the Gentle Face Exfoliator (€14.75) and the Deep Cleansing Mask pack, with two face sponges (€15).

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish

I was very curious about this cleanser, heard lots of good things about it on other blogs and when i heard ArtDonatella raving about it, knew it was time to get it.

Got the 100ml pump version, it is available in a 250ml tube as well.

What can i say, everybody was right! All you need is just two pumps of product tops, massage it all over your face and eyes, leave for a couple of seconds and rinse it off with a hot muslin cloth.

Because i have to use loads of makeup on a daily basis, i removed my eye makeup with the Bifacil, massaged the Cleanse and Polish over my face, hopped in the shower and after a couple of minutes took it off with the muslin cloth. I have about four cloths on rotation (you can get 2 for €4.50), wash them after each use with soap and give them a good machine wash on a high temperature once a week.

Leaves the skin so soft, clean and refreshed. My skin texture is changed for the better due to the gentle exfoliation and my moisturising treatments are better absorbed. Love the scent as well, very herbal.

Liz Earle Gentle Exfoliator

and the texture

Probably you are wondering why do i need a separate exfoliator if you gently polish your skin daily. The answer is simple: my skin is extremely oily on the t-zone (get shine trough the Double Wear + powder) and my pores get clogged rapidly. Suppose the good thing on the long run is that my skin wont age as fast, but at the moment its a pain.

Comes in a pump form very handy to use, again one-two pumps are more then enough for your face, neck and decolletage. Very gentle, buffs away all the dead cells and impurities leaving behind a radiant complexion.

Liz Earle Deep Cleansing Mask

and the texture

This mask is like custom made for my skin: ‘purifies and regulates oiliness’. Once a week (Sunday) i give my skin a scrub with the Gentle Exfoliator and then apply this mask. It is just wonderful, the green clay absorbs the sebum and mattifies the skin, manuka honey and propolis have antiseptic properties and help heal small blemishes, while the geranium keeps your pretty skin hydrated. Didn’t i say, its like made for me?

Ill be honest with you, wasn’t expecting to like Liz Earle as much as i did. Me and natural stuff don’t really mix, my skin loves the chemicals lol. But i did fell in love and at least these three products are here to stay.

Would’ve loved to try the tinted moisturiser or other products from them, unfortunately the lady in Wilde and Green didn’t have any  samples to offer. Maybe next pay day :).

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  1. October 12, 2011 / 9:11 am

    That mask sounds fabulous! <3 Liz Earle, and I'm so happy you like it too :D…I need to get some extra stuff from them soon! xx

  2. Andreea
    October 12, 2011 / 10:14 am

    Tempted by the radiance mask and shampoos too, thank god they aren’t too expensive 🙂

  3. October 12, 2011 / 1:57 pm

    the tint is awesome! you should try it

  4. Andreea
    October 12, 2011 / 9:35 pm

    I will give it a go next time, at the moment have to buy clothes for winter. Have nothing!!!!!

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