Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Limited Edition

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish
Liz Earle has been a favourite of mine for many years in part because they know how to make good, honest beauty products that do exactly what they say they do. There are no over inflated claims, their acclaim to fame comes from their loyal customers who swear by their products. 

I have been using Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, Hot Cloth Cleanser for a number of years. It is my regular beauty product and is one of my favourites. 
  
Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish

The original product has over 90 prestigious beauty awards and it didn't get them for nothing. With gentle cleansing power of eucalyptus, rosemary, chamomile and cocoa butter it is wonderful at removing dead skin and bringing my skin back to life. 

So when I saw recently that Liz Earle had released a limited edition Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser - orange flower and Chamomile (£19.75). It was a definite need to purchase. 

Liz Earle

The packaging for the new bottle is lovely and fresh in design and quite different from the rest of the Liz Earle range. I wonder if this is to appeal to a younger age group? 

The limited edition comes in 150ml compared to the original Cleanse and Polish which is 100ml.

I was excited to see if the limited edition would be as good as the original Cleanse and Polish. Placing two pumps on my hand the first thing I notice is the consistency is not as thick as the original it is more of a creamy fluid consitency.

Liz Earle

This product has a heavenly scent, greeting me instantly with an uplifting fresh aroma of orange blossom, transporting me to a beautiful Summer garden.   

The process of applying it is the same, taking two pumps you gently massage onto dry skin. 
Considering the product has Chamomile as one of its central ingredients, it does have a small tingly sensation when applied to the skin. I am not sure if this is the orange citrus interacting with the skin. 

Now don't get me wrong this wouldn't stop me purchasing this product again, but it is definitely a different product. 

Using the muslin cloth with hot water I gently wipe the cream off. My skin afterwards is tighter, fresher and the product has removed what feels like lots of dead skin. 

I really enjoyed the new take on the renowned beauty classic. In my view this is a wonderful new fresh approach to Cleanse and Polish. My only one wish would be that they consider adding back in the cocoa butter which would reduce some of the citrus sting to make it my perfect new Cleanse and Polish. 

To read the review I have done previously of the other products in the Liz Earle range visit here
Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish

What are your favourite beauty tips, secrets and products you use? Please share below I love reading your comments. 

Liz Earle 

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17 comments:

  1. I use the regular Cleanse & Polish too and I've been wondering how this compares, so I really enjoyed reading your review! It sounds like it'd be great in the morning when you need something refreshing :) xx

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    1. You are right Beth it would be perfect for a morning wash, as it is so refreshing Lucy x

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  2. This looks lovely and refreshing! I use the REN Hot Cloth Cleanser but I'd love to try the Liz Earle original one x

    Josie’s Journal

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    1. It's a lovely natural beauty product you definitely need to give it a go. I love lying in a bath with it on, heat up my muslin cloth under hot water, apply to face and slowly relax Lucy x

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  3. Liz Earle is amazing I use the cleanser regularly! I love the packaging of the limited edition :) xx

    www.lulabelloves.com

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    1. It is a lovely limited edition very different but it a good way, perfect for summer. Lucy x

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    1. Thanks Helen for your kind comment. I will check out your blog Lucy

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  5. I've never use Liz Earle products, I'm a bit stingy when it comes to buying skin care!

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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    1. Haha, you wait till the years catch up with you. You'll be slapping the stuff on ;-) x

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  6. I've never purchased Liz Earle products but I can say I've always enjoyed the aroma.


    xo, N
    www.natashasolae.com

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    1. They are lovely products Lucy

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  7. I've been breaking out like crazy lately. Maybe this is the answer. I haven't gotten a chance to try this yet. The packaging is pretty with the flowers on it.

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    1. So I have but mine is due to the UK not making up its mind is it summer or autumn. The product is as good as the beautiful packaging Lucy x

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  8. Oh my, didn't realise the original product has over 90 prestigious beauty awards, that's fantastic. We do love Liz Earle products. Love the flower symbol. We love to try limited edition products, although when you find one you love it's so difficult...stock stock stock :-)

    x Roch & Tash x
    www.next-route-style.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. I really want to try some Liz Earle products! They have a US online store, so I need to go and visit. I've never tried a hot cloth cleanser, but really want to! Lovely packaging too!

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