One of my all time favourite steps in my make up removal routine is the bit right after using a make up remover and right before applying a moisturiser.. yupp..its deep cleansing the skin! I feel so accomplished after I see all that dirt get washed away down the sink… it makes me feel like Ahh yes!
I have gone through my fair share of routines throughout the years, everything from generic cleaners, foam cleaners, oil cleaners (which I still use after a night out, nothing better for waterproof make up) even those lazy day make up wipes to get rid of the last bits of make up on my face. Yup I’ve tried them all, and I feel like I have finally been able to home in on what my skin responds to best.
Liz Earl’s hot cloth cleanser is their multi award winning product that has been raved about by most beauty blogger (yes I know..I’m late to the game). This products boasts an all natural ingredients list, two phase cleaning as well as a formulation that works on every age, and skin type. This product comes with a pure muslin cloth that allows you to wipe off the cream leaving the skin feeling radiant and extremely soft.
I have been using this for the past year and I can honestly say I saw amazing results within the first 2-3 months! It really does what it says on the bottle, I have realised my skin has become smoother, softer and more radiant. The fact that it’s an all natural cream cleanser means my face never feels stripped or uncomfortable after use (Although try and not get it in your eyes..trust me). The muslin cloth….ooooh the muslin cloth! I LOVE this thing…it was the first time I used a muslin cloth for cleansing and somehow I can’t go back. It does a great job at grabbing onto the unwanted make-up and taking it off.
For the price (approx 15 pounds for a starter kit), I think its a great product! It might sound like an over priced cleanser but don’t be mistaken its so much more than that! You can find this product in John Lewis, House of Fraser or even the Boots in Westfields (Sheperds Bush), I’ll leave the link below.
Check out Part 2 where I talk about my experience with the Clarisonic Mia 2!
Until next Time,