Liz Earle – My Skin Saviour

When you’ve had skin problems and acne for as long as I have (on and off since I was 15, I’m now 33) you rejoice when you finally find a product that your skin actually gets along with. Over the years I have spent a small fortune of my own money and my parents on my skincare regime and it’s soul destroying when nothing works, especially when all that money has been spent. When you’re that desperate to find a product that works, you will try anything that promises to remove those pesky spots and give you clean clear skin.

Obviously diet plays a huge part in achieving clear and healthy skin but having a good skincare routine is half the battle. So when I found my holy grail Liz Earle products I’ve never looked back or been happier. If you have sensitive skin like I do, I can vouch for this regime giving results – obviously everyone is different and it will work better on some people than on others but I have definitely seen results.

My skin type is sensitive, I seem to break out so easily on my cheeks and jawline, which I have researched as being hormonal and I also have an oily T zone.

I was really late to the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish party but it has completely changed my life and I don’t say that lightly. I have tried every skincare brand out there from Bodyshop, Khiels, Shiseido, Boots, Palmers and Fresh to name a few but Liz Earle seems to do the trick for me. The products are so gentle and light on the skin, it doesn’t feel like I’m putting chemicals on my face and using the muslin cloth has been a great addition to the way I remove my makeup. I love the toner, it’s not sticky like some other brands I have tried and it smells so nice too. The moisturiser is really nice and light and one pump is plenty, the only downside is that it doesn’t contain any SPF. In fact from what I know I don’t think any of their moisturisers contain SPF, but I just add a Clarins SPF to my skincare regime to counteract that problem.

The only product my skin seems to find a little harsh is the Gentle Exfoliator but the lady at the Boots Liz Earle counter suggested I introduce the Deep Cleansing Mask to my routine and it was suggested that I use it every other night. It has been brilliant and has worked wonders. The clay seems to extract the toxins out of the spots which has dramatically reduced my acne.

The products last quite a while and are great value for money especially for the results they give.

You can purchase the products individually but it seems to work out a little cheaper if you buy the box containing the Cleanse and Polish, Instant Boost Skin Tonic, Skin Repair Moisturiser and Gentle Exfoliator but I think some of the bottles may be smaller than the individual ones.

I love the simplicity of this skincare regime I have going on and I only have positive things to say about Liz Earle products. Oh and their customer service in Boots and John Lewis has always been amazing so, I can only imagine how good their salon service is, hopefully I’ll get to experience it one day!

I hope you have found this post on Liz Earle skin care helpful and remember it’s not a struggle that you have to face alone at any age. There will be a product out there to help you, sometimes it’s just a matter of trial and error but you’ll get there. 🙂