Look at that I had a splurge. I was so fed up of teenage skin that I made an executive decision to leave the high street behind and start rummaging my way through the high end skincare shelf's. My first thought was obviously to the extremely hyped up Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser I picked mine up in John Lewis. I decided so as not to waste all my pennies on a possible bum product to get the starter pack which cost £14.75 and includes two muslin clothes. I have now road tested this product for well over a month to give you the lowdown.
Here we go another product to moan about, hang on I cant think of anything bad to say. I can exclusively say that Miss Savvy has been won over by a high end skincare product. To start the design of the bottle is fab, there is a pump which helps you to not over use or waste product. I use around one pump when removing my make-up and half a pump when freshening up in the morning. (Smooth the cleanser on to dry skin, leaving the eye make-up till last) The texture is identical to a moisturizer which is great for my flaky skin. I wouldn't say it helps to get rid of the dry patches but it 100% doesn't make them worse, like many of the other products I have tried. The cleanser alone successfully removed all my make-up including that stubborn mascara. I didn't need to scrub or drag my skin, the heat from the cloths and the silkiness of the cleanser made my foundation slide off my face. I noticed that after a few weeks my acne spots had cleared up almost completely. Don't get me wrong I still get spots but I believe my skin has transformed from acne boils to minor breakouts now. Overall I am really impressed with Liz Earle's cleanser. This is a 100ml bottle and has lasted me around 6-7 weeks but that would depend on your personal use.
I love this product that much I have now ordered a replacement and the moisturizer to go a long side it. I have officially joined the high end club so look out for that review.
Miss Savvy- Spender