Liz Earle • Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish • Skincare - Face
|Would buy this product again.||67%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
My skin is acne prone, but also extremely dry in areas and prone to eczema. I have been struggling for years to find a facewash that adequately fights my acne without irritating my eczema and this is the only facewash that achieves this. My skin feels clean but not too dry and my acne has been at bay ever since I started using it, my eczema has cleared up too.
This facewash has to be used with hot water and must be used with a washcloth to get the full effect, If I am wearing heavy eye make-up after a night out I will use an eye make up remover prior to this but it gets off my regular day make up fine including w/proof mascara.
I cannot recommend this enough especially for people with sensitive skin as like I said it is the only product that has not flared up my facial eczema.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I love the cleanse and hot cloth combination/idea and Liz Earle has always been good on my skin however I'm not bowled over by it. You could use the muslin cloths with any cleansing wash and I'm sorry to say they've lost my custom simply because when ordering on line it takes 5-6 days to arrive and costs £3.50 postage. If you want regular 1st class (which I think should be standard) it costs £5. There are very few places that sell this without parking in the town centre and incurring the same car parking charges so unfortunately I'm not using this anymore.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Everytime I use this, I love it and my skin looks nice, but once it's finished I never seem to buy it again...probably because my skin seems fine, and I can't justify spending so much on a cleanser. I have been having such trouble with cystic acne all year though, and this seems to be working. My skin is clearer, feels great after I use this product, and there's no irritation or dryness, and I generally just trust it.
I've decided that I'd rather spend alot of money keeping my skin clear, rather than spending loads on mask-like makeup. (I think nothing of spending £15-£20 on foundation, but balk at more than a tenner on cleanser) Going to keep it up this time!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I used this cleanser about a year and a half ago and loved it, however, I decided to buy the rest of the range and found that I kept getting these large spots under the skin in my chin area. Spots in that area are supposed to be linked with hormones so I kept using all of the products in the hope my hormones would settle down. After a good 8 months of using all the products and getting fed up with the state my skin was in I went back to my usual face care range (Clarins) and not long after my "hormonal" spots disappeared. Just recently I decided to give the hot cloth cleanser another go (thinking it could have been the moisturiser that was causing the spots) as I felt the skin on my cheeks was getting small dry patches and thought the Liz Earle cleanser might rectify that. It absolutely did and it has also given me back my "hormonal" spots :-( . I am so disappointed as the cleanser is superb at taking off makeup, doesn't make your skin feel tight after cleansing and makes your skin feel really clean - unfortunately my skin just doesn't like it. Now on the hunt for another hot cloth system (not Eve Lom - sounds like the spot issue may occur again and I'm not taking a Â£50 risk just in case it doesn't!).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Read so much about this product and how amazing it was and was so excited to use this product when I bought it. But to my disappointment my skin came up in a rash and developed very dry skin (having perfect skin previously) It just so happens my skin just didnt get on with it and I am so sad that is the case! Luckily they have a money back guarantee so I took it back and showed what happened and they refunded me. Loved the smell and packaging though!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Love this cleanser. Great for taking off eye makeup at the same time at facial - before I would end up removing eye makeup first but no need with this cleanser. I do wonder whether part of its success is the muslin cloth though. I'm going to try less expensive cleansers with a muslin cloth and see if they work any better. Overall though - great product!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I thought I would try this product as one of my friends suggested it, and I'm so glad she did! It takes of all my makeup, and it's fine to rub into the eye area, without stinging. The cloth is beautiful, and really helps to give that fresh glow to the skin when removing the product. The best thing about this product is it cleared my skin! I had a really bad reaction to a foundation, I had a bad breakout for months, and the this product cleared my skin! So now my skin is back to normal, and liz Earle had gain another fan. If you not sure about it, go to a free standing store and get a sample with a cloth for £5.50 or something like that. Try it!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
After years on antibiotics, dianette, Panoxyl, sulphur tablets etc I began using dermalogica dermal clay which was amazing at clearing up my skin and soaking up excess oil but after about four years of use it began to be too harsh for my skin and was drying it out and irritating my eye area. I had heard one pal rave about liz Earle and had seen positive reviews about it in mags so made an online order. Got two free samples which was nice as liz Earle stuff always smells gorgeous. I used the cleanser and the very next day was told my skin was glowing by a work colleague. It is a treat to apply and rub off with the muslin cloth, just enough exfoliation and not too rough. Skin feels clean and calm, not irritated or tight. I have been using this for five years now and my skin is the best it has ever been. I have on occasion attempted to use a different cleanser but this always results in a flare up. I totally endorse this product but everyone is different and it may work on some skins better than others. I don't believe any cleanser can completely help to clear up skin as think a lot of other factors come into play but this is the best at cleaning, clearing, calming and caring for skin that I have tried. The pump bottle is a bit wasteful and I prefer the tube.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Green
This is, quite undoubtably, my all time HG cleanser. I have tried many cleansers and this one just knocks every single one of them out of the way! I came to discover it from several recommendations from friends, because I have never really used Liz Earle before. I quite like the cleanser and cloth technique, it makes me feel as though its getting a thorough, deep clean at the beginning and end of every day. It has a thick, creamy texture and literally takes away every scrap of make up, even the most stubborn of waterproof mascara. I used to spend forever scrubbing away at my lashes because I had been unable to find a cleanser that managed to get it completely off, but with cleanse and polish it is a complete breeze. I have quite dry skin, so also noticed that this product is quite moisturising, doesn't break me out and makes my skin look altogether healthier. It is a little more expensive than your average cleanser, but I think the pice is more than justified when you get results as good as what you do. Would definitely recommend and buy again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I honestly don't understand the hype. I like the product and the cloth technique but it doesn't wow me.
When I bought it (in summer) I didn't like the buttery texture but I find that it works a lot better during winter when my skin turns from combination-oily to dry. It feels moisturising and doesn't strip the oil out of my face but leave it quite clean.
I do like the subtle fragrance of it and although it does a poor job with my waterproof mascara it doesn't irritate at all my skin or eyes.
I think I might try other Liz Earle products but I wound't repurchase as I'm sure I can find something similar and cheaper. Having said that I don't think the product is expensive as it lasts a while and the packaging is quite nice.