Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
I’ve been holding off on reviewing this particular product as I really wanted to try it for a while, and see if there were any effects on my skin. So I have been using it for around a month now and I’m really pleased to say that there has been an improvement in not only the appearance but the quality of my skin.
For as long as I can remember I have had ‘problem skin’. Blocked pores and regular break outs. At 25 years old you’d think I would be given a break by now but no, not yet! You name it, I have tried it when it comes to skin care products. It’s taken me a long time, and I have had bad results and good results when it comes to products.
The best piece of advice I was ever given is to keep it simple. A lot of high street skin care products actually feed spots, encouraging the skin to produce more oils and block pores. I couldn’t understand why I would have huge breakouts after washing my face, but Clean and Clear products really dislike my skin. I guess if all skin care products cleared everybody’s skin; they would go out of business.
My skincare routine is now much simpler.
I use the cleanse and polish morning and night; simply rubbing two to three pumps of the cleanser onto my dry face in small circles as to not spread makeup elsewhere around my face. I massage the cleanser into my skin for a couple of minutes.
I then immerse a muslin cloth in hot water, squeeze all the water out so it is damp, and use a clean part of the cloth for each part of my face. I gently wipe off all the cleanser and once it is all off I splash my face with cold water. This part is really important; splashing cold water on your face after cleansing closes your pores after the heat has opened them. This prevents your pores becoming clogged up.
The difference I’ve seen in my skin has converted me to a true Liz Earle follower.The natural ingredients don’t flare up my skin, and while everybody’s skin is different; I would 100% recommend it. My pores are less blocked, the redness has really faded and my skin feels softer and more nourished.
Do you have any favourite skin care products you swear by?
Has anyone tried the Liz Earle hot cloth cleanse and polish?