Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish: Hot Cloth Cleanser


Liz Earle Cleanse & PolishAs much as I love all things make-up related, the removal part I’ve always found to be a chore. Generally I use an oil based cleanser that works well with my dryish skin, that is until I was treated to this baby for my birthday a few months back (girls are the best). Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish: Hot Cloth Cleanser lifts everything from waterproof mascara to dead skin cells leaving baby-soft skin.

This one is a two step process, firstly you massage the cleanser straight onto the face and neck, softening & stimulating circulation (& breathe deep the gorgeous natural eucalyptus oil!) The next step is to rinse your muslin cloth with hot water, wring out and use to polish the cleanser off. Finally splash with cold water and you’re squeeky clean face is ready for bed. I love that there are all natural active ingredients used, including rosemary, chamomile and cocoa butter
and can honestly say it’s left me with the softest skin I’ve had in a long time. Also I love that the cleanser comes in a really handy little waterproof case with two muslin cloths- perfect if you’re on the move. Well worth getting your paws on this one!

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish: Hot Cloth Cleanser is available from Wilde & Green in Milltown and also

B x

  • Josie

    I used to love using this cleanser, I might have to repurchase it! x


      Do Josie! It’s definitely one of the nicer options for taking off a full face of make-up at the end of the day!

  • Beauty Angel (@beautyangelblog)

    I love cleanse and polish you just can’t beat it!


      It’s absolutely brilliant!! :)

  • TooManyMuffins

    I still have yet to try this, was about to purchase from their website last year when they were running an offer but I chickened out. Would love to try a sample first to see if it works as I have dry sensitive skin!


      @ToManyMuffins I’m a little dry and sometimes sensitive- it might be worth popping into the Liz Earle counter at Wilde & Green in Milltown and see if there are any samples on offer!

  • Sarah

    Any tips on how to get the last bit out?


      I think you actually have to break the packaging… It’s very frustrating & I prefer cleansers to be packaged in pots – Alex x