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Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish: Rose and Lavender






Available from the 6th of September, Liz Earle will be retailing limited edition bottles of their Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser but with a Rose and Lavender twist to it, perfect to rewind after a long, hectic day.

I have always been a fan of hot cloth cleansers be it whatever brand. There is just a serene sense of calmness attached to them that is a refreshing change from energising face washes used with a cold splash of water. The regime of slathering a luke warm muslin cloth over the face, removes make-up and thoroughly gives a deep cleanse like none other.

The original Cleanse & Polish has a lovely woody, citrusy scent to it, quite delicious really. This one however is for all you floral fans out there who'd love the warm and smoky lavender dashed through it alongside the sweet and romantic rose notes residing at the very heart of it.

Besides the classic product it already is, the addition of the classy packaging and the newly added rose and lavender essential oils, £2 from every purchase of this product will be donated to the Prince's Trust in association with its Tomorrow Campaign, to help develop young people through providing them with jobs and training them for it. Quite an apt cause I would say considering the current economic climate in the UK.

If you have always been a fan of this cult-favourite product, you'll want to get your hands on the limited edition bottle for sure.

4 comments:

liloo said...

The bottle looks so gorgeous! wow.
liloo/@tsunimee xx

Powdered Almond said...

Oh no! Now I am in a real quandary. I need to buy more cleanse and polish, and now I'm not sure whether to get this one instead. I want this one because it is pink and new and different and your pictures make it look all pretty, and I want the original because I am really quite quite hooked on eucalyptus (really. I chew Airwaves gum and drink eucalyptus tea all day!) What to do? What to do?

Get Gawjus! said...

@Powdered Almond - It doesn't have a hint of eucalyptus. If you can survive with the super gorgeous looking bottle alone, I'd say give this a go :)

Sami said...

I might have to give this a try! I love Cleanse & Polish but found the bottle to be quite dull so this is a nice variation!