It’s another working Saturday for me but I do however have plans to go out later and have a little fun. I hope you all do have a lovely weekend too but before thanks for stopping to read the latest beauty post on Liz Earle, the latest brand I have been trying and testing to review for you guys. I’m also over on my Instagram @taniabdarling and Snapchat @taniabunic so do make sure you check it out and follow me ☺
I have a few products by Liz Earle that I started using almost 2 months ago just so I have enough time to write up a good and informative review. I will start with the cleanser moving all the way to moisturizer ☺.
Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
So I heard so much about this cleanser that I was overly excited to give it a try. The Hot Cloth Cleanser with naturally active ingredients including rosemary, chamomile, cocoa butter and eucalyptus essential oil promises to cleanse and gently exfoliate for smoother and clearer skin. At first I though that this product is little too heavy for my combination skin, however, I do find it to melt away all the traces of makeup if you give your face a proper scrub with the muslin cloth that comes with the product. They advise to use two pumps however, I find it that one pump is enough for me, the product does clean and exfoliates the skin and I did find that my blackheads reduced after using this cleanser. The product retails at £15 and I have been using mine once a day for almost 2 months and there is a fair amount of it left to go through. All in all, I recommend you give it a try if you are looking for an easy makeup remover however, the only annoying thing is having to wash your muslin cloth after every use.
Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer
Contains natural active ingredients including aloe vera, calendula, rose scented geranium, cucumber and natural source of vitamin E, it promises to revitalize, soothes and tones for instant radiance. I use this every evening after my cleanser and the smell is divine, it smells like soft cotton and I find it to soothe my skin as well as tone. I’m not sure whether I look more radiant after using it but I definitely look the way it feels when I spritz it on my cleansed face. This toner retails at just under £15 and it comes in a good-sized bottle so I assume it will last me a long time.
Liz Earle Superskin Face Serum
This serum contains pomegranate flower, Persian silk tree, and rhubarb extracts and it promises to visibly lifts, firms and evens the skin tone. The first thing I noticed is the smell by which you can tell that all the ingredients are natural and it feels like you are doing something good for your skin. The serum is quite light on your skin and makes it a perfect base for your moisturizer especially in the night. The serum is good to combine with the Liz Earle moisturizer to make sure you are taking the best out of the ingredients. I think this is a great product and I have noticed a slight brightness in my complexion, however, I don’t think this product lifts as claimed. It retails at £48 and it’s pricey but this is mainly down to the quality of ingredients used.
Liz Earle Superskin Eye Cream
Superskin Eye Cream is a great companion to the Superskin Face Serum as it also contains pomegranate fruit, paracress and alfalfa extract its supposed to reduce the appearance of dark circles and puffiness and firms the eye area. I really like how lush this cream is and I have noticed my eye area looking brighter than usual. Again I can’t comment whether this reduces the fine lines forming but I don’t think I have noticed any new ones in the eye area in the past couple of months which is always a good sign. This cream retails at £35 for 15ml pump and there is quite a bit of it and I’m sure it will last me quite some time.
Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturizer – Dry/Sensitive
Skin repair moisturizer contains borage an avocado oil, echinacea, beta-carotene and natural vitamin E, it supposed to intensely moisturizes, soothe and protect the skin. I have to admit that this cream feels really nice when you apply it on your face, however, it’s so heavy for my skin that after a while I noticed a few blemishes appearing which is never a good sign. It’s priced around £20 which is not too expensive but this is not an anti-aging cream nor does it have an SPF so I would not recommend you waste your money on this product.
I hope you enjoyed this review and do let me know if you have tried any of the Liz Earle Skincare products? Enjoy the rest of your weekend.