Liz Earle aren't a brand I've had much pleasure of trying despite the huge, positive uproar. They are a brand that I see, more or less, on a daily basis and one product that is hugely hyped about is the Cleanse & Polish hot cloth cleanser. I can't tell you how long I've wanted to try this for but with it being an high end brand it comes with an high end price, so I've been putting it off a bit. In this month's April Birchbox I was extremely pleased to find this decent sized, 30ml sample, packed neatly away in some tissue paper. Not only did it keep me from spending just over £15 a little while longer it also meant I could try before I buy and see for myself if it was worth the hype.
This sample is almost empty and I now find myself asking 'why did I leave it so long'. Honestly, it's just so good. I feel my skin can be a little dry and lacking in moisture, that it just needs a little pick me up and the cleanse & polish certainly gave it some TLC and a much needed boost. I've been using this day and night and really been feeling/seeing the benefits, in terms of softness. I've found myself waving goodbye to dry patches and even my makeup seems to be applying better - I'm not only the only one right? I'm certainly impressed and will be hopping on the cleanse & polish bandwagon, probably forever, and I've told my boyfriend I will be making a purchase (because he's interested.. not). I think £15 is reasonably priced for a product that works, and though it's a lot more than what I'd usually pay for a skincare product my skin seems to love it.
You can purchase the 30ml sample and muslin cloth on the Liz Earle website for just £6 (why didn't I know this before?)