Liz Earle – Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

Evening lovelies,

Hoping you all had a lovely weekend and are not dreading Monday too much!

Anyway, tonight’s blog is just going to be a quick enough one, and I will go into more detail on this product and range once I have been using it for longer, but I need to tell you all about this particular product from the range right now, well because… It’s amazing!


During my visit to Boots Liffey Valley on Friday I got chatting June, who works on the Liz Earle Counter. I had never actually heard of Liz Earle before (I know, living under a rock!!!) and June filled me in on the brand and gave me a lovely little sample bag with a few of their products to try out, one being the Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser. So tonight I decided to give it a bash…


I really think there is going to be a long love affair with myself and the Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser and I’m confident in saying that after just one use! It seriously has to be one of the best, quickest and easiest cleanse I have ever done to remove a full face of make up, and has left my face squeaky clean and feeling like silk. How… Seriously how have I not heard or tried this cleanser before now!

It’s so simple to use and I’m going to list the steps below :

1. Fill the sink with hot (hand hot) water
2. Use 1-2 pumps of the product onto you fingers and use your fingertips to massage the product onto your face and neck starting on the centre of your face working outwards. Massage through your brows and then your eyelids and use your ring finger to role the product over your lashes. Avoid spreading your eye make up ALL over your face (this I found difficult… Hi panda eyes)

3. Rinse the muslin cloth (comes with the product) in the water you have in the sink and wring it out so it’s damp, not wet
4. Use the cloth to wipe off the cream using a clean section of the cloth on each part of the face, I started with my eye area, then moved to a clean part of the cloth each time for the rest of my face and rinsed the cloth a couple of times during cleansing. Here’s how it looked with one side before cleansing with the cloth and one side done πŸ™‚

5. Once the whole face and neck is cleansed, splash your face with cool water and pat dry your face with a soft clean towel and then allow it to dry naturally

OMG! Bliss!

Following the cleanse using the Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser it recommends to use the Instant Boost Tonic, which I don’t have but 100% will be treating myself to this. I do have the Superskin Moistureiser though so after my shower I applied this to my face and neck. Smells divine ❀

Here's my before, during & after snaps… I really wish now I had of recorded the process to show you just how easy it is and how quick you go from a full face of make up to super clean skin. I'll do it next time just to show you!


I will be treating myself to this range after trying it out tonight for sure and will be able to bring you all a much more detailed review on it as I know skin care products need to be tried for a few weeks at least to get a good feel for them, but as this is a cleanser it kind of tells its own story on how well it cleanses pretty quick…I’m booked in for a Liz Earle Facial on Wednesday afternoon with Boots Liffey Valley and I literally want it to be Wednesday now!!!

The Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser is available at the Liz Earle Counter in Liffey Valley Shopping Centre and costs just €18.75 for a 100ml bottle & cloth which will go such a long way as each use only requires 1-2 pumps.

Oh and a little point to note… If you purchase Liz Earle Products from the counter in Liffey Valley, you get a complimentary full Liz Earle Facial!!

You can contact the counter on 01-6214731 to book in.

Chat soon girlies ❀




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