Looking To Transform Your Skin? Sure Liz Earle Will Do This For You! Review and Pictures


I’ve always had problem skin. I suffer from blemish-prone, combination skin (it gets too dry and too oily at the same time!) and being so fair means you can see every spot, clear as day. It’s a nightmare and I hate having to add a few layers of foundation to cover them up as this is not a solution to the problem. I’ve tried every range from every brand in Boots to Clarins, Clinique, Lancome, and even extra expensive stuff that you can only purchase in beauty salons. All to know avail (and I was fairly poor after all this). I was about to just give up and resign myself to the fact that I’d be stuck with my problem skin forever when in stepped the amazing Liz Earle.

The products were actually recommended to be by my sister (I owe you one!), and after doing some research — it has won plenty of awards – I tried out some testers and was amazed with the results after just two weeks of use. My skin, for the first time ever, cleared up and stayed that way.

I couldn’t believe it: no large, painful spots, redness, dry patches – I was hooked. So I ventured onto their website and got a great deal on three of their best selling products. For €46 I got a full sized Cleanse & Polish: Hot Cloth Cleanser, Instant Boost: Skin Tonic and  Skin Repair Moisturiser: Normal/combination, two muslin cloths plus a free face mask and travel size product (I won’t review the face mask in this post, I’ll do that one separately), which I think is really good value. All products are suitable for all skin types and are not tested on animals, which is good to know.

Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser  


This cleanser is the business and step 1 of a 3 step skin cleansing process. How to use:

  • Apply the Cleanse & Polish to dry skin
  • Massage it in circular motions over the entire face
  • Wring out a muslin cloth in hand-hot water before polishing the cleanser off for a two-in-one cleanse and exfoliate

It smells and feels gorgeous on the skin (this is due to the eucalyptus and cocoa butter) and removes makeup and exfoliates in one swoop. There’s a reason it’s a multi award winner, it’s incredible stuff! I use it twice a day and I can’t believe the difference in just a few weeks.

Instant Boost Skin Tonic


This is step 2. Once you’ve cleansed your skin:

  • Pour onto a cotton wool pad
  • Sweep over face and neck after using Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

This gorgeous scented toner refreshes, soothes and brightens your skin. It’s really gentle and alcohol-free (this is super important if you have sensitive skin like I do), and it also adds a fine layer of moisture but doesn’t make your skin oily. It’s also perfect for removing any last traces of makeup that the Hot Cloth Cleanser may have missed. This is lovely stuff and the calendula, chamomile, cucumber and natural source vitamin E ensure that it feels lovely on the skin.

Skin Repair Moisturiser: Normal/Combination Skin


The final step will always be your moisturiser. I had tried a small sample of the Light Skin Repair Moisturiser, but I didn’t like the consistency (it felt too light on the skin, almost greasy but would be good for you if your skin gets very oily in hot weather), so I decided to go with the Skin Repair Moisturiser, which is slightly heavier in texture, but I preferred how it was absorbed onto my skin. This is an obvious one but sure I’ll pop it down anyway! Once the toner has been used:

  • Massage into face and neck, morning and night, after Instant Boost Skin Tonic.

I really love this. It softens, smoothes and conditions skin and gives you naturally healthy-looking glow (my skin definitely looked brighter). My skin felt super smooth after use and it repaired the moisture my skin needed without making it oily.

In short: I’d never go back to anything else after using this lot. It is incredible, the range has truly transformed my skin, woo hoo! Be sure to check out the Liz Earle website as they’ve loads of brilliant deals on, travel sized products and a whole range of other products for you to take a look at.

What do you think? Have you tried, or would you try the products? Tell all in the comments section!


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