There are some products that stand the test of time, the ones you always end up coming back to and you know you will probably still be reaching for in another 10 years. For me, when it comes to skincare, it is the Liz Earle Daily Essentials range. Even though I’ve used lots of other great products, there is something about Liz Earle that always draws me back in. I’m certainly not the only one either, with the Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser being sold somewhere in the world every 23 seconds. So what is it about these products that make them so incredibly popular?
I think the reason why they have become so iconic is that they have managed to create a combination of natural, organic ingredients that just…work! That’s the only way I can think to explain it! They smell lovely and floral, work on all skin types and contain no harsh chemicals, only gentle, calming ingredients such as Chamomile, Eucalyptus and Aloe Vera. It is for this reason why they have only ever released one cleanser and toner, apart from a few limited editions. If it aint broke hey?
Step 1: Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser (£14.75)
This comes with a handy pump dispenser and a muslin cloth to help remove makeup and grime. It removes even the most stubborn of mascaras!
Step 2: Instant Boost Skin Tonic (£13.25)
This smells absolutely divine. It’s so fresh and floral, and leaves skin looking bright and revitalised.
Step 3: Skin Repair Moisturiser (£19.25)
There are different variations of this moisturiser to suit specific skin types, for example the Light version for combination/oily skin and the Superskin version for mature women. They contain ingredients such as avocado to soften and smoothe and vitamin E to hydrate.
I honestly don’t think I’ve ever heard someone say they didn’t like this product so it’s definitely one to try if you haven’t already!
My other recommended Liz Earle products: Gentle Face Exfoliator (£14); Deep Cleansing Mask (£14.50); Brightening Treatment Mask (£14.75).
Have you used the Liz Earle range? What did you think of it? And do you have a classic skincare range that you always end up coming back to?
Thanks for reading!