Friday, 19 October 2012

Review • Liz Earle Products

Happy Friday everyone! It's really been a long, hard week hasn't it?! Luckily for me a pleasant surprise was awaiting me (and my mum) when I got home today, the products my mum had ordered from Liz Earle had arrived, so I thought I'd show you all what lovely lotions and potions that we purchased. 

Skin Repair Moisturiser, Normal/Combination - £18.75

The first product we have, is the Skin Repair Moisturiser (with naturally active ingredients: borage and avocado oil, echinacea, beta-carotene & natural vitamin E) This is to be used every morning and night to keep your face looking fresh and moisturised! I personally love this, it's great on my skin (I have fairly sensitive skin as well) and it leaves my skin feeling smooth and glowing afterwards!

Cleane & Polish, Hot Cloth Cleanser - £14.25

Next up, we have the Cleanse and Polish, Hot Cloth Cleanser (with naturally active ingredients: rosemary, chamomile, coca butter and eucalyptus essential oil). Firstly, it smells absolutely fab and it really does smell lovely and natural. I tend to use this in the evenings more than the morning as it's super good at removing my make-up from the day as well as refreshing my face. The muslin cloth that is included with the products is used to wipe off the cleanser which really polishes off your face, and I find that after using it, my skin just breathes a sigh of relief. I really recommend this, it's such a great cleanser, and again, it's great on my (sensitive) skin. 

Instant Boost Skin Tonic - £12.50

Third in my box of goodies, is the Instant Boost Skin Tonic (with naturally active ingredients: organic aloe vera, calendula, rose-scented geranium, cucumber and natural vitamin E). This toner is marketed to be strongly floral scented, and they're not wrong! It smells absolutely gorgeous, and leaves your face smelling just as lovely once you've used it. I also use this just on an evening, after using the cleanser (above), this toner adds that extra blast of refreshment to your face and really brightens it up! I recommend buying this alongside the cleanser because as a duo they're perfect for keeping your skin super healthy and radiant. 

Superskin Concentrate - £19.75


Finally, we have the Superskin Concentrate (with naturally active ingredients: organic rose hip oil, argan oil, neroli oil and natural vitamin E). I hadn't used this product before, but I can safely say that for me, it was just as good as the other three products. This is to be used after the cleansing and toning, but before that final process of moisturising. It's 100% plant oils, and just as I expected, smells wonderful. It's perfect for balancing oily skin (for all you teens out there) and also softening dry/mature skin. It's not a necessity for me like the other products, however I do recommend it as it's a great product and really works for me. 

And there we have it, that's my mini haul of Liz Earle products. Anyone who hasn't tried out Liz Earle products before, I really suggest you do - I know they could be seen as slightly pricey, but take my word for it (and also my mum's) they are worth the price and will leave your face feeling as clean as it could possibly get! Leave a comment if you've tried out any of these products and had the same/different experiences. Thanks for reading x 

1 comment:

  1. I had to laugh when you wrote 'and my mum', because it's the exact same thing when my mum's order comes through from QVC, we're equally as excited. She raves about it all the time! (Your first picture is gorgeous, just so you know.)
    Lovely blog btw xx