Soap & Glory The Fab Pore Hot Cloth Cleanser Review

So Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser could prove too expensive for some.

Well a dupe-tastic product is coming your way shortly from Soap & Glory that should please plus it’s heaps cheaper.

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Check it after the jump!

Ok as of now Soap & Glory The Fab Pore Hot Cloth Cleanser, my personal dupe of Liz Earle’s Cleanse & Polish, is available within the UK at your local Boots or Harvey Nics. However, I imagine we’ll see it within the next month at Target so rejoice fellow Soap & Glory lovers!

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What is it?

An all on one cleanser cream that cleans, smooths, and melts away makeup in a flash. With a face full of makeup simply massage this cleanser onto your skin, wait a minute or two, or not entirely up to you, and proceed to melt off the product using the muslin cloth included with the cream. You’ll want to dunk the muslin cloth in extremely warm water prior to use, squeeze out, and proceed to lay it on your face to remove the cream and your makeup.

Done!

Super smooth, clean skin!

Loves it!

The cream is nicely moisturizing and does a great job of removing makeup however waterproof mascara, shadow, and such should be removed prior in my humblest. It doesn’t dry skin out but leaves it smooth and quite dewy after use. As you massage it on it’ll break up makeup, the muslin cloth when dipped in hot water will create a sauna-like effect opening pores as you scrub away dirt, oil, and makeup.

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I can’t say whether or not this cleans up pores as I don’t have large pores that I’m dealing with but I absolutely love it as a makeup remover. At £9.00 ($14 and some change) it’s heaps cheaper than purchasing Liz’s version and it performs the very same way.

It’s ideal for anyone who likes to indulge their skin in a moisturizing treatment that keeps skin soft while whisking away a day’s worth of makeup.

Overall, it’s probably a bit too expensive for daily use, depends what you use now really, but I personally thing it’s a deal and a half and does a right proper job of getting my skin clean. I probably wouldn’t trade off my cleansing oil for it as I’m a creature of habit but I do like it for using once or twice a week.

Total Muse Approval for purchase. You’ll see it soon from Target I’m sure.

Disclosure: The following item was purchased by me for review purposes (and because I like flinging my money at makeup products of any kind) on Musings of a Muse. For further information please see my FTC Guidelines or my Disclosure/Disclaimer posts.

  • 12/28/09 18:49 Sherly:

    Do you use the same cloth each time or is it a one-time use kind of cloth?

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    • 12/28/09 22:02 the Muse:

      hi sherly. Use it, wash it, re-use it. :) it’s muslin and 100% washable :)

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  • 12/28/09 22:07 Chelsea:

    Hmmm … it seems kind of like Lush’s Ultra Bland?

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    • 12/28/09 22:09 the Muse:

      naa chelsea very very different. Ultra Bland is way emollient and a balm-like texture. This is a cream cleanser, moisturizing without that greasy feel that ultra bland has. :-D

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  • 12/29/09 0:31 Mona:

    I need to go to tarjay to have a lookie!

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    • 12/29/09 9:05 the Muse:

      Mona not yet, looked hun, but I imagine soon :-D

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  • 12/29/09 14:30 Helen:

    In the UK this Soap and Glory product is only marginally cheaper than Liz Earle before postage (LE 200 ml should work out around US$31). I still prefer the S&G one due to the sweeter smell, the handy tube and the fact that I can pick it up at my local Boots. The serum is great too!

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    • 1/15/10 15:47 the Muse:

      hey helen. oh than really you aren’t saving much sadly :( but I agree the fact it’s handy is always a plus! Which serum!? from S&G?!

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  • 12/30/09 0:32 Karrie:

    I’ll have to keep an eye out for this at my Target.
    I’d like to try this even if it’s not something I would repurchase.

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    • 1/4/10 22:19 the Muse:

      hi karrie worthy of a haul :-D good stuff imho!

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  • 3/27/10 16:32 Daisy:

    Thanks for posting about this as I didn’t know about it. When I first saw the Soap & Glory range when it launched in Boots I thought it was expensive for what it was (looking at the ingredients) and I was never enamoured with the Bliss range.

    If it’s £9, it is a bit cheaper than Liz Earle which is £13.00 for 100ml (and they sell it at John Lewis so you don’t have to pay postage if you buy it there), though the Liz Earle is also available in a larger size which will work out marginally cheaper. I may check this out next, I’m happy with the Liz Earle so far, it is a big saving on my previous Eve Lom, I tried various cleansing balms to try a more natural alternative, but always went back to that. I don’t think the Liz Earle is as good as Eve Lom but it’s about 75% the way there and costs a lot less!

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    • 3/29/10 10:42 the Muse:

      my pleasure daisy! I’m kinda a big fan of Soap and Glory, cute packaging does me in :-D I’ve tried the Liz Earle and actually like this one better a little bit :-D

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