'Merhaba' from Turkey! Whilst I'm on holiday the absolutely lovely Lottie from Shopper Lottie is taking over Everything's Rosie with her thoughts on the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser - a cult product that I am dying to try. If you enjoy, give her a tweet @shopperlottie :-)
Liz Earle has been a well-known name in the beauty industry for decades. With over thirty books under her belt, she’s a firm advocate of the benefits of botanicals and a pioneer in the beauty industry since the 1980’s, when she released her first best-selling book. In the 1990’s, she co-founded the natural beauty range, Liz Earle Beauty Co, which used her expert knowledge to create products that not only work but are good for you, for sale to the general public.
I absolutely love her products and it was hard to choose a favourite to tell you about! I decided on the one that I used the most, the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser.
The cleanser is easy to use, all you need to do is apply all over your face (you can also use it on your eyes to remove excess makeup, I often do) and then remove the product with the muslin cloth that’s provided in the box. This means that it doesn’t only cleanse your face and neck, but also buffs away dead skin, for a fresher, more radiant complexion.
The cleanser contains so many natural goodies that spoil your skin! Beeswax relieves chapped, dry patches, eucalyptus decongests, glycerine aids hydration for a youthful glow, hops extract tones the skin, pro-vitamin B5 stimulates cellular renewal, cocoa butter moisturises, rosemary essential oil invigorates and chamomile soothes.
The cleanser feels quite thick when you apply, so you only need to use a little. I apply all over my face and neck, before gently removing with a warm, damp muslin cloth. It leaves a lovely residue, which makes your skin feel soft and smooth without being oily. I use morning and night, as part of my daily skin care routine.
I hope that you enjoyed reading all about the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser! It’s been a pleasure guest posting for the lovely Rosie, who’ll be back after her holiday with more posts for you. You can pop on over to my blog too, where she’ll be guesting in the next few weeks. :-)