Tuesday, 14 April 2015

#AtoZChallenge: Liz Earle Skincare

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Liz Earle are passionate about their products, keeping in mind their ‘precious recipe’, a combination of carefully selected, cruelty free ingredients and the products they create that help to make us who we are every time we step outside that front door. I don’t know about you but when my skin is looking it’s best I feel ten times more confident and ready to tackle whatever the day may bring!

The Hot Cloth Cleanser (from £6) has to the one product they are most famous for. It’s won so many beauty awards over the years and it’s no wonder! It effectively and gently removes dirt and grime, and has been my go-to evening cleanser for some time now. Not sure about hot cloth cleansing? I talk about the pros and cons here!

After having such a great experience with one product, that led to me investigating more of what Liz Earle had on offer and boy, have I discovered some gems! For immediately fresher, ‘faking I got 8 hours seep’ eyes, their EyeBright Lotion (from £6.75) is both gentle on the sensitive eye area, and soothing to the skin. I’m also a big fan come summer time of their Daily Eye Repair (from £8.75) with it’s non-greasy, spf10 formula. And when the weather takes a turn for the worst? Nothing has shown my skin quite as much love as their Instant Boost Skin Tonic (from £6). Not only does it leave my skin looking refreshed and revitalised, but it really gives it a bit of kick after the harsh weathers have beaten it every which way sideways!

A shout out has to go to their Intensive Nourishing Treatment Mask (from £6). It’s quickly become a staple in my skincare routine and I use this mask every week for my mid-week pamper session. It soothes the most stressed out of skin, hydrating and uplifting, not only does your skin look refreshed but you feel it too. 

Notice how all the prices say from? What I love about Liz Earle is that it’s so affordable to try out various products they have on offer without breaking the bank. Forking out a couple of quid to just try something is preferable, if you ask me, to having to commit to the expense of a full sized products you might have never used before. They also have some wonderful sample kits you can purchase if you want to get an affordable feel for multiple products. 

Flying anytime soon? Keep an eye out in the duty free, I picked up an in-flight exclusive Liz Earle kit the last time I went abroad that was absolute bargains and gave me everything I needed to look after my skin both in-flight and over the two week holiday! 

Liz Earle prides itself on being kind to our skin and they have made a point to create sensitive skin friendly products, with some being made available in both a fragranced and an un-fragranced varieties. So really, what excuses do you have not to try Liz Earle?

Have you tried anything from Liz Earle? 

Until next time,


  1. I haven't tried anything from this brand. Great post.xx

    1. They're well worth looking into! :)

      Sarah :)

  2. I'm not a fan of Liz Earle. I didn't like the hot clothe cleanser, it was so expensive and I found it didn't even take all my makeup off!

    Corinne x

    1. I still use a make-up remover pre cleansing, I've never found a cleanser that can get rid of all my make-up as well as well, no matter how good the cleanser is, something is always left behind!

      Sarah :)