Search This Blog

Thursday, 16 February 2012

My love affair with....Liz Earle continues.

For Christmas my wonderful Fiance` bought me a skincare collection from Liz Earle. As I had ran out of the cleanse and polish this was a wonderful gift! In the collection I got a 100ml pump cleanse and polish, a 200ml Instant Skin boost tonic and a 50ml skin repair moisturiser for normal combination skin. I also recieved as a free gift from Liz Earle the superskin concentrate oil.

 As an offer Liz Earle are offering the 3 skincare products for £41 with free p+p and a free gift. At the moment that gift is an Intensive Nourishing Treatment Mask 50ml worth £12.75.

The Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish is extremely popular and there are so many reviews on youtube and on different blogs. My review can be found here

The next step after using the cleanser is to use the Instant Skin Boost Tonic which is suitable for all skin types. The toner is said to be non-drying and soothes, refreshes and brightens the skin. I find that it does do all these things and I like the fact that its non-drying. After use the skin feels hydrated rather than stripped of its natural oils which is good for both oily and dry skin types. The Active ingredients found in the product include organic aloe vera, chamomile, cucumber and vitamin E, it is well known that these ingredients are great for healthy bright looking skin. 

 On to the moisturiser. I use the Normal/combination one although they have different ones for each skin type. I find that i only need to use the smallest amount of product as a little really does go a long way. I really like this about the product as I know it will last for a long time. The moisturiser contains the active ingredients  borage oil and avocado oil. 

Although they are a little bit more pricey than many other brands I don't think you can really put a price on good skincare. It is important to make sure that the skin especially on the face is looked after and kept well hydrated. As well as drinking plenty of water it is important to look after the skin and I would highly recommend these products which are not tested on animals and are very natural. 
The products can be bought  here

A x 


  1. Great review! I love Cleanse & Polish x

  2. Fab blog!! Never tried a Liz Earle product, but heard so many rave reviews so think I may have to splash out. xx

    Check out and follow my blog