Review: Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish

Hey guys,

I know my blog posts have become extinct in the last couple of months and I do apologise, I’ve been really busy with university and just life in general.

However, I felt that I needed to write a post about this brand as it’s probably the best thing since sliced bread and that’s an understatement.

I know I’m a tad late on the bandwagon with this one, but my goodness, the wait has been 100% worth it.

Now, I have been using these products for a couple of months but I wanted to test them out properly before I wrote a full review about them – and that time has come!

Liz Earle is a British brand that aims to create all natural products that work for every skin type. With a background of botanical expertise, they create products that provide you with ‘clearer, brighter-looking skin’.


Image credit: Carlie Dean / @carliedeanphoto

The Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser is hands down the BEST cleanser I have ever used in the 21 (almost 22) years I’ve been on this planet. Within a matter of days my skin felt and looked healthier after using this product both in the morning and the evening. I loved it so much in fact, I’ve almost been through two bottles since the start of the year!

Of course, good skin doesn’t come naturally, you also need a pretty balanced diet as well as a decent water intake – which is why I’ve probably seen incredible results as I’m on a diet *sniff* 😦

You can get a starter Cleanse & Polish kit here, which includes the Hot Cloth Cleanser and two muslin cloths for £15.50 – a saving of £2.50.

The basis of the product is, you pump out some product on to your hand (I use 1 if I have a bare face and 1 1/2 – 2 pumps if I’ve got makeup on) and rub it in all over your face. I really like the fact you can use this product for your eye makeup too and it doesn’t cause any pain!

You then damp the muslin cloth – you can buy these here – and gently rub away all of the product along with your makeup. The muslin cloth is designed to gently exfoliate your face to get rid of all the dead cells/skin and dirt.

I know you shouldn’t touch your face when it’s clean but I just can’t resist! It’s always so smooth and I get amazing results every single time I use this.


I usually finish my routine with the Superskin Concentrate (£21), Light Skin Repair Moisturiser (£20.25) and a little spray of the Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer (£14.75).

I’m not going to lie, Liz Earle aren’t the cheapest skincare brand but I can assure you these products will last you a long time if you use them correctly and whilst your bank account might not thank you for it, your skin most certainly will.

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