As I’ve said before, there are a couple of times a year when I like to mix up my beauty routine, bringing in new products to suit the season ahead, and try out some things that I haven’t previously. So, just as the cold weather starts to creep in, I thought it might be good to change up my cleansing routine, from using a cheaper, but still decent product, to something that was a bit more of an investment for me. After using Liz Earle’s light moisturiser as part of my summer routine and loving it, I decided that I fancied trying a couple more products, this time opting for their Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser (which has won a ton of awards) and Instant Boost Skin Tonic.
I don’t know about you, but I really appreciate products that are packaged well, which have a bit of thought and love put into them, so I was pretty happy when I opened up the parcel and found cute paper wrapped inside a useful little box. There was a guide on how best to use the products I’d bought, a gorgeous little brochure containing all their other items, as well as a free mini version of another Liz Earle product.
It’ll take a bit of time for me to know whether the cleanser and tonic work well for my skin, but all signs are good so far, and with all the thought and effort put into the products, I wouldn’t hesitate to purchase from them again. And as I’d already bought their moisturiser back in the summer, these products should complete my regime, morning and night. They’ve made a good and lasting impression on me, that’s for sure!