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Does anyone use the Liz Earle range - come and talk to me please.

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sensesworkingovertime Sat 13-Apr-13 18:44:37

Hi, yes just wanted a chat if you already use LE as I'm wondering whether to try some. It sounds pretty good and has won lots of awards, so, what do you think about it?

Jackiewackytiddler Sat 13-Apr-13 18:50:59

The cleanse and polish is fab, I use it every night to take my make-up off, makes my face feel squeaky clean smile

Jackiewackytiddler Sat 13-Apr-13 18:52:05

Ooh, and my hubby uses the men's scrub, plus my mum and sister use a variety of their range, seems I've converted a few people grin

cleoowen Sat 13-Apr-13 18:53:22

I think it's nice and I ve had bad skin throughout my life and feel like it helped to clear it up. I use the facial wash and the Muslim cloths are good to wipe it off with, I found they get way more make up off than previous washes. when I first used it I was dismayed at how much make up I must have been leaving on my skin before. The spray toner is good too but quite sticky. Criticisms, they don't last long,never in the sale and are pricey. But at the same time order online and they are generous with samples.

dumbelina Sat 13-Apr-13 18:53:36

Love it, I use the cleanse and polish, it takes off all make up including waterproof mascara, but is very gentle on the skin. I've been using it for years and wouldn't change. I use the light moisturiser in the summer and the normal in the winter which I find works well for me.

BirdFromDaNorf Sat 13-Apr-13 18:54:59

Cleanse and polish is the dogs nuts. Fab.
The toner smells lovely but I don't think it's worth the money.
The combo/oily moisturiser is not as good as benefit's.
The shampoo and conditioner did not work at all well on my thick, long, dark hair.

Hope this is useful - got a huge stash of it for Mother's Day as big treat and was disappointed overall to only fall in love with the cleanse and polish.

chanie44 Sat 13-Apr-13 19:01:31

I used the range for years but can't afford it anymore.

You can buy a sample of the cleanse and tone, toner and moisturiser for about £20. It lasted me about a week and a good way to test the products for a reasonable period of time.

valiumredhead Sat 13-Apr-13 19:16:24

I used to like it before the formula in C and P changed now I think the Body Shop's aloe range is superior. and I am pissed off she sold out to Avon

Snowcatliveshere Sat 13-Apr-13 20:32:32

Also teed off that she sold out to Avon - so stopped buying for a while but have gone back to cleanse and polish and toner because couldn't find anything I liked as much. Love the smell and really works.

ExcuseTypos Sat 13-Apr-13 21:10:14

I didn't realise the formula had changed. I've used it for years and not noticed a difference.

I think you can't beat the C & P. I love the fact it takes off mascara but is gentle on the skin.

Desari Sat 13-Apr-13 22:35:26

Love it. I've struggled with hormonal acne for years, have tried every product going to clear my skin and would say the C&P is the one thing that's made a huge difference in its condition. I use it morning and night and it leaves my skin really soft and radiant.

I also recently bought the toner to try out, not really convinced that it makes much difference although it smells nice and is pleasant enough to use.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 14-Apr-13 01:22:16

I used it for a good few years (from QVC). I had no idea she'd sold to Avon though. I know Liz Earle hasn't been on for a while, one of the co-founders has.

I have a hatred of Lavender envy vom.

I didm't like the toner - lavender
the solid jelly-like cream (super something)
the orange flower body wash (smelled like furniture polish)

But C&P, the light moisturiser, the eye serum - I loved.

I fancied a change and moved onto Philosophy and a dabble in Elemis .

ggirl Sun 14-Apr-13 01:40:38

meh! when it first came out it was amazing cos there was nothing as good or natural on the market , now yrs later I think there are cheaper products available that acheive the same thing.

I'm mainly talking about the c&p here but I have not been that impressed with her skin care tbh as for skin care to be actually anti-ageing it needs proper ingredients ie. retin a , hyaluronic and glycolic acid.If you jusy want nice smelling creams and lotions you'll be happy with it. I haven't tried any of the makeup range.

sensesworkingovertime Sun 14-Apr-13 18:37:26

OK thanks everyone, I shall deliberate a while longer .....

NotSpartacus Sun 14-Apr-13 18:41:07

It made me break out terribly (I have very hormonal skin and it made it worse).
Eve Lom a better fit for me.
Maybe try some samples before shelling out?

polyhymnia Sun 14-Apr-13 19:23:30

I was taken in by the PR pitch when the line first started and tried a few products but haven't been at all impressed with its effectiveness and would never use it or recommend it now. Not very upmarket - many better brands around.

Arisbottle Sun 14-Apr-13 19:27:37

I use the cleanse and polish, the skin oil and the superskin moisturizers. I also like the hand cream, exfoliant and masks.

I don't rate the hair care.

I have a bronzer which is also good and a skin tint

Arisbottle Sun 14-Apr-13 19:28:12

It has transformed my skin, I also use products from other ranges too.

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