Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser...



It feels like the cult  Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser (try saying that three times in a row) has been around forever and everyone and their dog has tried it and loved it.

My skin is absolutely vile at the moment, I'm not too sure what happened but over Christmas it flared up so badly and literally every day started with at least one new under the skin disaster. I'd ran out of cleanser so instead of doing the right thing and going out to buy a new one I just used bioderma and just hoped it would do the job - stupid me, right? Clearly it wasn't cleaning my skin and getting every last inch of built up dirt and make-up and was ultimately contributing to my acne. Eventually, I'd had enough, gave into the hype and tried the cleanse and polish. 

I just want to start off by saying if you're not a fan of the scent of Olbas Oil then you'll probably struggle to get over the scent of this (perfect if you're also suffering with winter sniffles though). I purchased the starter kit because it came with two muslin cloths and well, one can never have enough muslin cloths and it came with the 100ml bottle.  I love the fact it comes with a pump, the only thing that bugged me about the Clinique take the day off cleansing balm is that you have to dig your fingers into it with isn't the most hygienic of methods. 

The product itself it's wonderful, I have sensitive skin and it's gentle enough not to react with it but strong enough to remove every last trace of make-up. I don't use it to remove my eye make-up after it stung a little the first time I used it, I figured it's safer to use something on my eyes I trust wont react with them. I also double cleanse to make sure my skin is truely clean and ever since I've used this little beauty I haven't had another under the skin painful nightmare devil spot, thank god really, I don't think I would have been able to cope emotionally if my skin had got any worse!

Liv | Deliciously-floral