Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Rose & Lavender Review

 The Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot cloth Cleanser is a beauty classic, you can’t love beauty and not have heard about how amazing it is. It was the cleanser that first got me interested in skincare so I was very excitied to hear about their new limited edition Lavender & Rose cleanser for the Prince’s Trust.

It isn’t much different to the original other than containing some Rose and Lavender oil which offers a calming and relaxing scent. This limited edition packaging is really pretty, it is still a pump bottle like the original and has a similar design to the original on the front of the bottle as it is quite simple however unlike the original it has a purple and pink pattern.

I haven’t reviewed the Original Cleanse & Polish in a very long time so I think a little extra information is needed. It is a two step process first you smooth the cleanser over your skin and then remove it (and your makeup) with a warm muslin damp muslin cloth which also helps exfoliate the skin. I love the original as it removes all my makeup quickly and leaves my skin feeling soft and looking radiant.

The limited edition Rose & Lavender is largely the same as the original other than the scent. It smells floral and lets off a soothing scent which is perfect before bed. It works just as well as the Original so I would say you should pick which ever you prefer the scent of. Although the scent of the Rose & Lavender one is really nice I personally still prefer the original although I love that a pound from ever sale of the limited edition one goes to charity.

The Limited Edition Cleanse & Polish Rose & Lavender retails for £19.75 for 150ml and will be available from the 6th September

Have you tried the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish?

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  1. 4th September 2012 / 4:09 pm

    I'm intrigued to try this, I used the normal Cleanse & Polish which I liked but didn't really like the scent. I'd like to try this to see what this smells like.

  2. 5th September 2012 / 1:32 pm

    That sounds lovely. Big fan of anything rose scented, always reminds me of Turkish Delight. Yum! x

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