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Are Liz Earle fripperies any good?

(8 Posts)
ChaosTrulyReigns Thu 18-Apr-13 20:05:43

Just seen an offer for them and am wondering if it's worth investing money in?

I need the products to make me look 23 years younger in 23 dsys.



ExcuseTypos Thu 18-Apr-13 20:14:29

Well you might be a tad disappointed if that's what you're afterwink

However, they are lovely. I've used them for about 6 years.

I do sometimes get tempted by something else, buy it, use it twice and throw it away as I haven't found a cleanser/toner/moisture that I like as much.

I love that they don't have an artificial perfumery smell- and the cleanser takes off eye make up too, which is great. I think if you can put something on your eyes it must be gentle.

PoppyAmex Thu 18-Apr-13 20:16:52

Yes, they're lovely - very gentle, but strangely effective.

The Superskin Concentrate is out of this world and it even gives my face the illusion of sleep (negated by an insomniac 1 year old).

70isaLimitNotaTarget Thu 18-Apr-13 20:21:46

Cleanse and Polish takes off all make-up even waterproof mascara.
And if it gets in my eyes it doesn't sting.
I use it on my DC to take off Hallowe'en make-up (lots) and face=paint when they were little.

I liked the eye serum (not the eye-cream with the diffusing light particles-it was too white and gloopy) it's in a pump bottle.

The oil (Super Skin) is good, though I used the light moisturiser so only used the oil if my skin was really haggard.

Try QVC ( You can get trial kits or full sized or Super sizes.
Everything on 30 day moneyback guarentee. Some items only available from QVC or they get products first.

(I don't work for QVC) grin

dexter73 Thu 18-Apr-13 20:43:06

I'm not a fan at all. The oil has an awful strong smell and the moisturiser smelt like fish. Big yuck to LE from me!

valiumredhead Thu 18-Apr-13 23:02:36

No, they used to be good but then they changed the formula in C and P and sold out to Avon. Over priced too imo.

ChaosTrulyReigns Sun 21-Apr-13 23:06:28

Thank you for helping out, I apprsciate it, I'm going to have a nosy at the trial sizes on QCV after all the mixed reviews on here. wink

valiumredhead Mon 22-Apr-13 10:22:33

Personally I would order from LE website and not QVC as one thing they do nicely is send you extras - extra samples and muslin cloths etc.

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