Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser and Muslin Cloths

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I receive so many offers for products to review these days and I would love to try them all but realistically do not have the time (or the skin) to do so.  Thus, I’m very selective with the products I agree to review.  Liz Earle sent this Hot cloth/cleanser/polish pitch to me last month and I decided to try it to see if what these cloths can do that my own face towel can not.   The pure muslin cloths they sent with the cleanser were super fine but surprisingly sturdy.  I generally do not scrub my face with towels as I was told it’s not good to pull on the skin but I needed to review this so I cautiously used a gentle circular motion (hello, I only have one face I am damn careful with it!) to wash my face.  It took a bit longer than my Clarisonic brush but it cleaned surprisingly well.  It even took off eye make up and mascara as it claimed to do– though the cloth gets really dirty so you have to either hand wash/dry or do as I did and toss in laundry.  I’ve used this for two weeks now and it’s a very gentle yet effective way to keep my skin polished and clean.  I plan on switching off between my Clarisonic and this every other day.  It also smells yummy and is made with natural ingredients such as beeswax and chamomile– very soothing and calming.  Each time I use it I feel like I’m at a spa.  You must try this if you want to pamper your face daily!
 Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser here
 Liz Earle Pure Muslin Cloths here

3 thoughts on “Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser and Muslin Cloths

  1. what cleanser do you use with your Clarisonic? I’m in need of a new one!

  2. Beauty Snob Tina on said:

    Hi Maddie

    I switch off from Cle de Peau, Natura Bisse and iS Clinical cleansers. I have about 5 brands I buy in rotation, just so my skin stays challenged!

  3. Hello,

    Your review was similar to mine in that I also felt like it was having a spa! I love it :-)

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