Two great things to kick off a bank holiday Monday: a new and limited edition Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, and a wonderful QVC exclusive skincare offer. If you are looking to top up your Liz Earle stash, or finally try some of the brands cult products, then you need to make the most of the Liz Earle Brighten & Boost Superskin Facial Collection (£46 at pre-launch and then £76 going forward – the combined value is £113).
The Liz Earle Brighten & Boost Superskin Facial Collection offers four, full sized, Liz Earle skin treats, alongside an eye mask and of course a cleansing cloth too. Think of this as all you need to establish a great yet simple skincare routine, from cleansing, moisturising and even a toner to boot.
Let’s begin with the new Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser release, a new lease of life is bestowed upon the cult classic via the medium of fragrance. This time around we are treated to a delicate symphony of neroli pure essential oil and the white blossom of the bitter orange tree. I am told the idea behind the new scent was to evoke a spa-like serenity with every use. I have to wholeheartedly agree; there is a certain luxurious yet professional quality to this fragrance edition – it is calming, clean and uplifting all at the same time.
Casting aside the new scent, Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish is a skincare staple for a good reason – the gentle cream based cleanser, efficiently removes all traces of dirt, grime, make-up and more without stripping even the most delicate of skin types. The thicker than average, cocoa butter based texture, provides plenty of slip to deeply massage the skin – couple that with the natural exfoliation properties of a muslin cloth and you have an at-home facial at your fingertips with each and every cleanse.
– Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic
; a soothing toning lotion that refreshes and brightens the skin using ingredients such as Aloe Vera, Cucumber and Vitamin E. A great everyday product that can be used morning and night; in the summer months I recommend popping this liquid in your fridge for an extra refreshing skin pick-me-up.
– Liz Earle Instant Brightening Eye Cream
; again a thicker than average texture that instantly hydrates and brightens the eye area calling upon ingredients such as: Horse Chestnut Flower, Borage Oil and Echinacea. Much like all the products within this line up, you can use this both morning and evening – as a side note, if you have particularly dry skin, this works wonderfully under make-up too.
– Liz Earle Superskin Moisturiser
; another great multi-tasker and yet again perhaps a slightly more richer formula than some will be used to is The Liz Earle Superskin Moisturiser. This cream is unscented to cater to all skin types and contains a slew of luxurious ingredients including: Omega-3, Cranberry and Rosehip oils. If you are a fan of cream-come-moisturiser style primers this slots wonderfully into such category, all the whilst being a wonderful standalone facial moisturiser for all occasions and routines.
You can find the Liz Earle Brighten & Boost Superskin Facial Collection via QVC for £45.96 at pre-launch price, afterwards it will be £76 – link.