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Tell me about Liz Earle skincare please, MN gurus

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fleacircus Thu 05-Feb-09 13:32:01


Dropdeadfred Thu 05-Feb-09 13:33:39

fab fab fab

Dropdeadfred Thu 05-Feb-09 13:36:18

the cleanse and polish has won so many awards

fleacircus Thu 05-Feb-09 13:37:10

Oh good. Will try it then, I want a change.

PlumBumMum Thu 05-Feb-09 13:38:23

Yeap I loved cleanse and polish and I'm intending to buy a whole face set next month

MamacitaGordita Thu 05-Feb-09 13:39:17

Oh my goodness Liz Earle is fantastic. The cleanse and polish is AMAZING. Sadly it is too pricey for me at the mo but whenever I can afford it I get it. It always comes with a little free sample of another of their products and if you tell them who recommended you that person gets sent a wee free sample too!

Really great stuff- fab quality and ingredients. Lovely.

Dropdeadfred Thu 05-Feb-09 13:39:34

my dh buys me a set every christmas and birthday and i top up througout the year..the orange blossom wash smells gorgeous (not at all orangey btw)

MrsBadger Thu 05-Feb-09 13:40:50

don';t botgher with the body scrub though (IMO)

the face moisturiser is lovely but tbh I rarely need it as the cleanse & polish doesn;t dry me out like some things

VintageGardenia Thu 05-Feb-09 13:41:16

Another vote for cleanse and polish. I use this, her moisturiser and her toner and they are all gorgeous to use and smell fab. I've bought other things from her, and got things as samples, and they all seem nice, there's a balm which you can use on your nails / lips / eyebrows whatever. If my skin ever looked like Liz Earle's own skin I'd be pretty happy.

Dropdeadfred Thu 05-Feb-09 13:42:06

oooh haven't tried body scrub
i don't bother with line serum at the mo so can't really evaluate that
moisturiser is nice and lasts ages

Dropdeadfred Thu 05-Feb-09 13:42:52

the toner in a spray is gorgeous and lovely to take on holiday to spritz yourself when hot

Turk1 Thu 05-Feb-09 13:45:25

Another vote in favour here. Body nourishing cream works miracles on sandpaper arms

snooks Thu 05-Feb-09 13:51:53

whenever i use the brightening treatment mask someone always says that i look well (and not the haggard person i looked like before i used it).

also the daily eye repair is the bees knees for smoothing eye lines.

cleanse and polish is fab.

sadly we are skintish at the mo so i am running out of all of the above so will soon be haggard again sad

fleacircus Thu 05-Feb-09 13:57:47

Excellent, I got a free deep treatment mask because I bought the basics set, very pleasing indeed. Not looking haggard would definitely be a result!

bluebump Thu 05-Feb-09 14:01:23

The cleanse and polish is fab, as is the daily eye repair, brightening treatment, ahh, I could go on! I love the orange blossom body wash and the mens one is nice too. I get it from QVC when she does a TSV as it's very cheap but if you buy it direct from her website you usually get a free sample to try.

VanillaPumpkin Thu 05-Feb-09 14:09:19

I started with the Cleanse and Polish and then fell for the toner before succombing (sp?) to the moisturiser. I have oily skin and their moisturiser is fantastic.
I am trying to encourage DH to use it now....

Sidge Thu 05-Feb-09 14:34:22

I like it. Especially the Cleanse and Polish, and the moisturiser.

And I get it for free so it's even better <smug emoticon> wink

brimfull Thu 05-Feb-09 14:39:17

sidge -why do you get it free?envy

chocolatetart Thu 05-Feb-09 14:39:36

never used her products, but i saw her up close onece, in the flesh....her skin was absolutly amazing, and she glowed with health and vibrancy.....

was very envy of her....she looks like a great advert!

brimfull Thu 05-Feb-09 14:41:31

my dd has converted all her friends to the cleanse and polish as well

Lilymaid Thu 05-Feb-09 14:43:41

I love it - Cleanse and Polish, of course, Daily Eye Repair, the moisturiser and the orange flower shower gel (actually most of the rest of the range). The mail order service is very good - and you get a free sample size of something when you order. It is also available from most John Lewis branches. ... And it is made in the UK and not part of some dubious multinational.

Sidge Thu 05-Feb-09 14:45:02

ggirl - my friend's DP works for Liz Earle on the Isle of Wight and gets the 'rejects' for free. So she shares it around!

brimfull Thu 05-Feb-09 14:49:07

I just wish her moisturiser had an spf

brimfull Thu 05-Feb-09 14:49:24

lucky you sidge

Wimbleberry Thu 05-Feb-09 14:50:37

I really like it, but my husband was disappointed with the men's range.

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