Friday, 23 March 2012


Hi everyone.
The product I am reviewing today is the famous Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser*.
I have seen this product on most beauty blogs and I am sure that you've read a few reviews on it already.
I was kindly sent this cleanser to review and I have been using it for over 2 weeks (morning and evening) and now I can share my opinion.

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser 100ml* £14.25 link

I received the 100 ml pump starter kit. It comes with a handy bag and 2 muslin cloths and retails at £14.25.  There is a wide selection of sizes available, starting from a 30ml tube with 1 muslin cloth for just £5.50. If you like "try before you buy" Liz Earle gives you the opportunity to buy a small tube at a reasonable price.

In the morning I massage the product onto dry skin and use the muslin cloth to polish it off, concentrating on my problem areas- nose, forehead and chin.  Quick splash of cold water to remove any leftover product, followed by a toner and a light moisturiser and my skin instantly feels nice and fresh.

In the evening, to remove my make up, I apply the cleanser allover my face, concentrating on the eye area, to remove waterproof mascara. I wear quite a lot off eye make up and this cleanser removes it really well, without irritating my eyes. I use cotton wool pads for this and  the muslin cloth to polish off the creamy cleanser allover my face. I love the texture of this cleanser- it feels like a thick and luxurious moisturising cream and smells amazing!

TIP: Rinse the cloth in hand-hot water and wring out before gently wiping off the cream. Rinse and repeat. The muslin cloths should be put in a machine wash after a few uses, to make sure they are clean and not breeding bacteria.

After over 2 weeks of everyday use I noticed that my skin feels much softer and looks more radiant. Dry patches of skin on my nose disappeared and I can really see a difference.

The muslin cloth plays a big part in this skin care routine. It helps to gently exfoliate and remove dead skin cells, which is perfect for those who don't like too many steps in their regime. 

All the ingredients are natural including creamy, moisturising cocoa butter, eucalyptus essential oil, chamomile essential oil, pro-vitamin B5 and beeswax to relief chapped skin.

You can get this cleanser from Liz Earle website here. Available in sizes: 30ml, 50ml, 100ml, 200ml.

*PR sample


  1. Great review - I really love this product! Hope you have a great weekend

    Emma xo

  2. I really want to try this but I worry abut my sensitive skin, do you think it would cause a reaction?

    Check out my post on spring make-up trends! :-)

    1. It is suitable for all skin types and I don't think it would cause a reaction. Just don't be rough on your skin with the muslin cloth and you should be fine.
      It is an amazing product and I highly recommend it.

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  4. Thank you so much! I follow you!

  5. Great review I just got it last month and I love it too. I think I'll have to pick up some more muslin cloths though :) great review! xxx

  6. I also have it, but it's breaks me out so badly. I love it as it does do great job, so to use it up I normally remove my eye make-up with it. x

  7. Hi Sandra,

    I found your review very helpful and honest. I also really liked the beautiful and clear pictures. Although I think that Liz Earle's products are a little bit of a hit and miss, I am a big fan of the Cleanse and Polish. Do you plan on making more Liz Earle's reviews soon? I have done one and might do a review on the Super Balm in the next week or so. I hope you drop by my blog! Have a nice day!


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