My new (old) routine with Liz Earle Naturally Active Skincare

Hi everyone. I recently shared my skincare routine on the blog, but I used up some of the products and I also felt like I needed a change. I have been using various  Liz Earle products for nearly a year and I always reach for them, when I don't feel like experimenting with new cleansers etc...

So, it is back to basics for me. I reviewed most of the products in this post already, but I will quickly share my thoughts again and explain why I like this simple routine.

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish* £14.75 (full review here)

I absolutely love this cleanser. It is my all time favourite and I repurchased it many times. It is amazing at removing makeup, without irritating my eyes. It is gentle and effective and I seriously can't live without it! I usually need a new bottle every 6 weeks, because I use it every evening and most mornings. I just finished my Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing balm, so I am going back to Cleanse and Polish before buying a new jar of EH. 

This is the only product I haven't reviewed on the blog before. I tried a couple of small samples though and I really liked it. Cleanse and Polish used with a muslin cloth is usually enough to buff away dead skin cells, but when I need more exfoliation, I reach for this product.  It contains fine jojoba beads to exfoliate, cocoa butter and sweet almond oil to soften and eucalyptus oil to purify. It is creamy, gentle on the skin and it smells incredible. 

Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic*  £13.25 (full review here)

I mentioned this product in my recent skincare routine post and I must admit, it is my favourite toner. I use it after cleansing my face and it instantly soothes and revitalises my skin. If there is one toner I could use for the rest of my life, this one would be my first choice. I also love the spritzer bottle format and I use it during the day to refresh my face. 

Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser* (full review here) £19.25

I am glad to have this little jar back in my life. I recently used up my last sample of this moisturiser and I felt lost without it. It is very light and hydrating, doesn't leave a residue and makes my face feel really soft. I use it morning and night and I noticed that my husband started stealing it from me as well :) haha. 

Liz Earle Superskin Concentrate*  £40.50 (full review here)

I use this oil when my skin needs extra care and hydration. It is super moisturising and helps to prevent breakouts. It does a great job at balancing my skin, by keeping my t-zone less oily and dry areas hydrated.  It smells incredible and feels luxurious. It is pricey, but the 28ml bottle will last for ages!

I really love Liz Earle products and I repurchased the cleanser, toner and moisturiser 2-3 times since last summer. My skin loves this routine and I always go back to it.

If you are looking for a simple regime and natural ingredients, I would recommend trying it out.

 *PR samples

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