27/03/2014

Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser

Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser

In all honesty my skin has never got on well with balm, or oily textured cleansers as they always tend to leave a residue that breaks me out. I'd pretty much fallen for my Kiehls cleanser we were even approaching HG territory, then my eczema flared up and well lets just say thing's weren't working between us. 

Towards the beginning of last year me and the Liz Earle Hot cloth cleanser had it going on, my skin loved it, I loved it. I guess the beauty blogger in me just felt an itch to try something new, I'm very happy though to report that the hot cloth cleanser is back in my life and hopefully for good. 

This cream cleanser leaves my skin soft, nourished and refreshed. It removes make up effortlessly, and rids my skin of daily grime all whilst feeling super gentle on the skin. I find this cleanser to be super hydrating too. This packaging feels super luxe, the ingredients list looks pretty spot on sometimes it's easy to forget that this much loved cleanser is under £15! 

I use this cleanser morning and night, I love to really work the product into my skin I think spending time working the product in (essentially giving your skin a face massage) allows the cleanser to get deeper resulting in a brighter, radiant complexion. When removing make up, I apply the cleanser and remove with a flannel, I then go in with a second round and remove with my muslin cloth to ensure all make up is removed. Afterwards I wet the muslin cloth and gently buff any areas of my face that are congested, I follow with a splash of cold water. My skin just feels really soft, moisturised and clean (without the squeaky stripped feeling.) 

I've been using this for three months now and I can already see a significant difference, in the texture, and overall appearance of my skin. The clusters of spots, and eczema have eased up drastically. For the first time in months I actually felt confident enough to go make up free (see picture here) as I'm so happy with my skin. The Liz Earle starter kit seems to have made such a difference to my skin

A few months ago I bought another balm cleanser from a different brand that's currently waiting to be tested but I'm very reluctant to stop using this as my skins the happiest it's been in months. It may be worthwhile mentioning that this cleanser seems to be hit or miss for a lot of people, this does contain eucalyptus so if your not a fan of a herbal smell this won't be for you. I also want to mention that for me the Liz Earle cleanser doesn't last I buy the 100ml pump bottle and I literally go through one of these a month, I use one pump in the morning and two at night. That's my only gripe with the product. 

Have you tried the cult classic that is Liz Earle hot cloth cleanser? Like/dislike?  Favourite cream cleansers? 
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12 comments

Audrey Nature said...

Really nice review! This cleanser is definitely the next one I would like to try :-)x

Lou Voller said...

I really really want this cleanser, i've seen so many people say positive things! Lovely review! xx
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Brittnee KAO said...

We don't have this in the US (or we didn't use to) but I got to try it through Birchbox and it's such a great product!!

Kristina Maggiora said...

I heard so many great things about this cleanser! I need to buy it soon.


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LeeLee said...

Hope to try out the cleanser soon. Great review. :)

Rinica Warner said...

Thank you for stopping by, it works so well with my skin I don't know why I ever stopped using it my only bug bear is how quickly it runs out! x :)

Rinica Warner said...

Thank you for comment, it seems to be a cult classic I defo recommend asking them to show you the products first though as the smell of this annoys a lot of people! I really like it though :D x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment, Ooh I remember when they partnered up with Birchbox, I do really love this pretty much love everything I try from Liz Earle very reluctant to try anything else! :) x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment, I had a major skin disaster and this was the only thing that truly helped I don't really know why I stopped using it! I think they do a mini starter kit for like £15 which includes this pretty good way of trying if you don't want to commit to full size :D xx

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment, I love this hope it works well for you too. They do minis I believe too so a nice way trying before committing to full size :D x

Laura Chapman said...

I used this years ago and do remember really liking it. At the moment, I'm using Clinique's Take The Day Off which I adore. It's perfect for my acne prone, sensitive skin. I do think I'll go back to LE though at some point to give it another try.

Laura x | Life and Lipstick

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment, my skin seems to always look better when I use this! Oooh I have the Clinique take the day of balm too I love it, really does a great job of removing make up :) x

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