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Warning: This product may cause excessive smugness and could bring out a serious case of skin envy in others.
Cleanse, Tone, Moisturise and Repeat. Good skin days, we all want them and putting this mantra into practice can help you to get that supermodel skin that you have always wanted. I have a tiny confession to make. I try to stick to my beauty mantra night and day but I am guilty of going to bed armed with only a face wipe. If, like me, you want to step up your skincare regime, this stunning beauty find will change your life, or your complexion at least. I’ve tried lots of cleansers in the past but my favourite ones are the natural products that promise to treat sensitive skin with care. Meet my long term lover, the Hot Cloth Cleanser from Liz Earle.
Where have you been all my life?
Forgive me, I’m very late to the Liz Earle party. Sometimes you try a product that you can’t believe you haven’t used earlier and if you are a newbie, Liz Earle’s Hot Cleanse and Polish will have you wondering exactly this. My BFF is a diehard fan of Liz Earle range and she is not the only one. In fact, a lot of my friends are already Liz Earle converts so I knew it was only a matter of time before I made a purchase. The lovely Liz Earle sent me a Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser to try and frankly, I’m addicted. Not even the constant cleaning of the muslin cloth can stop me bouncing bleary eyed to the sink in the morning.
I’ve been using the award winning Liz Earle cleanser for over a month and my skin has never felt quite so squeaky clean.
Instructions are included:
Step 1) Fill your sink with warm water
Step 2) Massage one pump of Liz Earle cleanser into your skin
Step 3) Dip your muslin cloth into the warm water and gently remove all traces of the cleanser
Step 4) Splash your skin with cool water to finish
This luxury cleanser won’t leave your skin feeling tight and stripped of moisture and it won’t leave your credit card quivering either.
The Break Up
Dear Primark Facewipes,
I’m breaking up with you. It’s not you it’s me. I’ve moved on, and you should know that there is someone else. I’ve been unfaithful and upgraded to a richer, better looking and more naturally beautiful version of yourself. I know. I’ve said all of this before and there was the drunken slip the other night but it was just the vino talking. I will always remember your cheap and cheerful packaging and your convenience but I have moved on to better things.
What beauty product will you be breaking up with this Spring?