Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser Review

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Hey guys have I told you how grumpy I am that the new Soap & Glory The Fab Pore Hot Cloth Cleanser is taking the slow boat from England to get to my Target.  Le sigh.   I imagine we’ll see this at the end of January beginning of February so I caved and had a faithful friend in England go get me some.  Lucky for me while I’m waiting for it to arrive I got the chance to try out the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser.

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I can’t believe how addicted I am to this stuff. It takes alot of willpower not to use it every single night (I only have a small tube so I’m savoring it).

What is it?

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser is a concentrated cleanser used in conjunction with a muslin cloth (the cloth comes with the cleanser) it quickly removes oil, grease, grime, makeup and everything else hanging out on your skin. The formula is a soft moisturizing cream that has a refreshing eucalyptus and herbal scent.

To use it simply pump out 1 or 2 pumps onto dry skin. Massage the cream onto your face, gently working it in. While you’re massing run really hot water over the muslin cloth and ring it out. Now use the cloth to wipe off the cream. After you’ve gotten all the cream off rinse with cool water and pat dry. Done! Soft, clean skin!

The clothe itself actually works as a great exfoliator as it removes the cream, makeup, and grime from your face. The cream is extra soft and moisturizing and works at breaking up makeup, even waterproof mascara. The entire process is kinda like a mini little spa facial. Your skin will feel all soft and dewy after use.

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Overall, I had an awesome experience with this so much so that I’m guarding my small tube with my life until I indulge in the larger 6.7 oz size which includes two clothes for $43. I probably wouldn’t replace my cleansing oil with this but I do love using it two or three times a week to spoil my skin a little.

Pretty fabulous and it’s filling my sweet tooth at the moment when I’m busy craving the new Soap & Glory goodies.

Anyone a fan?

Do share!

Available now at Liz Earle.

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  • 12/8/09 13:58 Kristina:

    I’ve heard awesome things about that Liz Earle cleanser from several sources and I’d buy it if it wasn’t for the price tag. I spend more than that on night cream, but $43 for something that spends mere seconds on my face is just too much. Can’t wait for your review on Soap and Glory’s so I can stalk my Target for it if it’s good!

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    • 12/8/09 14:15 the Muse:

      hey kristina they have smaller versions for alot less than $43 :-)

      I can’t WAIT to get my hands on it. Hopefully it’ll arrive next week :-D!

      Hugs!

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  • 12/8/09 16:22 Emma:

    This cleanser is so raved about in UK but I’ve tried it a few times and it just doesn’t agree with my skin. Such a shame because it smells cleansing and has lots of lovely natural ingredients in it.

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    • 12/8/09 16:30 the Muse:

      aw sorry to hear it emma boo :( do you break out or does it dry you out!?

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  • 12/8/09 18:50 Bakeneko:

    I love this cleanser. One of my favourites. There are quite a few good products in Liz’s range :)

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    • 12/9/09 10:32 the Muse:

      bakeneko liking it so far alot :-D also liking the eye brights lotion, good stuff :-D

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  • 12/8/09 20:59 Tina Matuchniak:

    I’ve been using this exclusively for about 3 years now and I cannot tell you how amazing it is. I don’t know what they put in the stuff, but it just balances your skin out and I don’t get those dry and/or oily patches any more. Then entire line is fantastic. I’m an all-natural, plant-botanicals type of girl (hence the Korres fixation!) rather than a retinol/chemical ingredients girl and this stuff’s da bom (can an over-forty say that???). I will say, though, that you really must use the entire regimen for the best effects. The cleanser is top notch, but used with the toner (which smells heavenly BTW and comes in a travel size spritzer for the airplane as well–way better than evian), and the moisturizer, it works wonders to keep my skin plump and hydrated. One other Liz Earle must have is the Brightening mask–just lovely–it kind of makes your skin look smoother and brighter and you have to leave it on for just 30seconds to two minutes–think Bliss Oxygen mask. Okay, sorry to have gone on so long Muse, but I really do believe in this product–especially for the anti-aging crowd. Another treat I’d recommend for my over-40 sisters is the Clientele Night time face therapy–check it out–https://store.mdrtabs.com/OA_HTML/ibeCCtpSctDspRte.jsp?section=10062 Not the cheapest cream on the market, but worth every dollop. I think QVC carries the line as well.

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