Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, Limited Edition Jasmine and Osmanthus

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Limited Edition Jasmine and Osmanthus

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish is a skin care icon, with a legion of fans of all ages not to mention it has won over 100 beauty awards. I'm sure this is a product the vast majority of us will be more than familiar with, if not launching this July is a new and limited edition version of the best selling cleanser - Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, Limited Edition Jasmine and Osmanthus.

Not only will the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, Limited Edition Jasmine and Osmanthus feature a new floral scent - bright, green and very fresh (a treat for the senses both morning and night fall) but it will also come in limited edition packaging. The bottle is truly beautiful with large blooms depicting the new fragrance and of course ingredients. If that is not enough each bottle of Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, Limited Edition Jasmine and Osmanthus comes with two cleansing cloths which feature silver stitching to mark the new launch.

Let me give you a quick low down on the now iconic cleanser - it is both gentle and effective (it doesn't irritate yet can remove even waterproof mascara), it cleanses and exfoliates in one quick step. How? Well you apply the thick, creamy almost moisturiser like consistency cleanser to your face and massage, as it is a little thicker than your typical cleanser it encourages you to really massage the skin, - which will increase blood flow and once removed leave the skin glowing. To remove you simply use a damp, warm muslin cloth which will both remove the product and "polish" the skin so to speak, getting rid of any dead skin cells. It is one of the few cleansers in which I have noticed results from the first use - skin is noticeable softer, plumper and altogether fresher.

So what are the main ingredients? A whole array of natural additions: Beeswax as it has skin protecting properties and helps to relieve chapped skin, Eucalyptus Essential for it's decongestant properties, Glycerine for hydration, Hops Extract to tone and for it's astringent properties, cocoa butter as it soothes and softens the skin and lastly Rosemary Oil for it's beneficial antioxidant properties. If you are a fan of the original Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish this is one you will not want to miss out on, in the same vain if you have yet to try the wonderful cleanser I couldn't think of a better first discovery product.

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, Limited Edition Jasmine and Osmanthus will launch this coming July and cost £20.75/100ml.

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  1. This sounds really lovely, I'll have to try and get my hands on it when it comes out x

  2. This sounds like such a good product! x
    Emma | Emmys Blog

  3. ohhhh how I love cleanse & polish! I have the limited edition christmas scent which is Orange & Mint and I LOVE ittttt.

    Jasmine |

  4. Heard so much about the famous liz earle cleanse and polish and the limited edition looks even more amazing!

  5. ooh another new one? I'm currently using the camomile and patchouli limited edition and its my fave by far. Looking forward to trying this one too

    Liza ~

  6. Such a pretty packaging! Would love to try this out when it's released - the original one is of my favourite cleansers!

  7. I keep hearing so many positive things about Liz Earle, especially recently, and this just sounds gorgeous, plus the packaging is stunning! Definitely one to keep my eye out for I think!

    Heather, porcelainbeautyx


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