Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Liz Earl....

I bought this "skin care try me kit" in Manchester in December. I have been meaning to buy some Liz Earl for such a long time. Then I was reminded by a post by Ann at Heart and Soul.


About £25
I think this was expensive but in saying that I would totally repurchase the cleanse and polish and the moisturizer. You get 2 Muslin cloths with this kit.

My first impression of this and I have been using this for a week now and it is so kind to your skin. I have combination skin and I am prone to breakouts. I am careful what I put on my skin. I don't buy into a lot of hype skin care wise. My basic need is a moisturizer,and and exfoliator. And sometimes after I wash my face I pat it dry and don't feel I need a moisturizer. I do believe the best things to put on your face is natural things. All the products are very slightly sented and free of animal extracts

The moisturizer has lovely naturally active ingredients like Borage and Avocado oil, Echinacea and vitamin E.

At the time of writing this blog post I had not tried the mask so while typing I applied it. And the subtle aroma of witch hasel is lovely.It's a brightening mask and I think I need it after an indulgent weekend with my sister including  a CAKE lunch!!

These are lovely products and I will be repurchasing some of them.


Slán!


12 comments:

  1. This looks really good - I might give it a try! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Lots of bloggers have mentioned Liz Earle recently. Do you know if the products are paraben free? Like you I prefer to stick with natural products, so I'm a fan of Origins, the Voya seaweed range and more recently the Bia Beauty Cleanser & Exfoliator (which I bought after blogging about it!)

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    1. They don't say paraben free. I just checked. I read the ingredients to, but I am not sure
      They are lovely though
      J
      http://lifelovesand.blogspot.ie/

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    2. I'm not a fan of LE for this reason. They have left parabens in the products yet really sell on the natural angle. I think it's misleading. I have used in the past but when I heard they were not as natural as I thought I stopped using them. Sorry…they are lovely to use though - I can agree with that! Enjoy them xx

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    3. You know when Helen asked about the parabens, I went and read the packaging and there is no reference to them, interesting...
      J

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  3. I'm in love with Liz Earle - Cleanse and Polish is my go-to cleanser xo

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    1. Ya, I really like that.It does not feel abrasive, it just feels nice and I love the cloth
      J

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  4. I've heard a lot about Liz Earle, they sound like great products. xx

    http://just-another-day1.blogspot.ca

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    1. They are lovely,hope your settling into your new life!
      J

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  5. I am a huge fan of Liz Earle products- I always use the cleanser and moisturiser and have a tub of superbalm for all skin emergencies
    I even got some of the fab new perfume for Christmas :)

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    1. Well I am well impressed with the products I have tried.
      J

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