Review: Liz Earle Brightening Mask & Hot Cloth Cleanser.
I’ve been using Liz Earle products for some time now, I first used the Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser probably over a year ago and I’ve been loyal ever since.
I regularly use this product in the evening to cleanse my skin of makeup and other dirt and I think it does a great job of removing everything whilst also keeping skin soft and reducing blemishes.
I do get the odd spot here and there, I’ve always had problem skin and I have no idea what causes it or helps it so I can’t really say if this product helps at all as I tend to use my skincare products in cycles, but I think Cleanse and Polish agrees with my skin and I’ve been using it for a while now so it certainly helps keep my skin in good condition otherwise.
To use this, I apply one or two pumps to dry skin in the evening. I wet the muslin cloth with warm water and place over my face for about 30 seconds and then use to gently remove makeup and exfoliate skin in circles. I use this over my eyes also and have no problem with it as it’s so gentle.
I think this is a great product and it removes all makeup (although I tend to take off my eye makeup first or do a double cleanse).
I’ve recently been using the Liz Earle Brightening Mask as an added extra to give my sometimes dull skin a boost. I usually use clay masks as I think they do a lot more for my skin, but once or twice a week I will pat on this Brightening Mask to give my skin a bit of radiance. I do notice a difference with this product, it’s a quick and easy way to make skin look more awake but I do use a more potent (usually clay) mask for a deep cleanse also.
I saw that Ruth often mixes Cleanse and Polish with the Brightening Mask and leaves for 30 seconds before wiping off as usual. I’ve been doing this occasionally in the mornings when I don’t have eye makeup to remove as it’s a great way to skip a few steps and still have cleansed, radiant skin.
Overall, I’m a loyal Liz fan – the products are always excellent quality and I’m yet to find something I don’t like.
What do you think of Liz Earle products?