Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Liz Earle skin care review

Hey guys...

This review is based on my skin type which normal/ combination. However I have very sensitive skin so I have to be very careful with the products I use. This is why most of my products be it skincare or make up it's bit more pricey. Otherwise I either break out or get a rash. Which is kinda crap but such is life. 

So I was trying a new moisturiser because it was cheaper and thought it would would work. I had bought one from Boots because I was about to run out and wanted to try something else which was a mistake. I'm sure it works for other people just not my skin. So keep reading and I'll go through how I use these products by Liz Earle which I have been using for a while.

Above I have my cleanse and polish (£13.25) with a muslin cloth (£4.25). 
I tend to use this in the evening so that I get rid of all the make-up I may have had along with the dirt collected throughout the day. This really leaves my skin clean. If I had been wearing a full face of make-up, I will do a double cleanse using my Lush cosmetics cleanser (Fresh Farmacy 100g £4.75) first then my Cleanse and Polish.

Above I have Instant Boost Skin Tonic (£13.25).
This is basically a toner which I use morning and night after I have washed my face. By the way this smells Awwwesome!! :)

Above is a Skin Repair Moisturiser for Normal/Combination Skin (19.25).
I mostly use this in the morning after my toner but if I'm going somewhere then I'll use it before my make up. Otherwise if I'm not going out I will use a serum from Lush Cosmetics (Full of Grace 80g £8.25 ) and some bio oil for my marks.  

So the first time I purchase these products there was a deal on where I got them all for £43. this included the cleanser, toner, moisturiser and 2 muslin cloths and a complementary eye cream. 
This time round it was cheaper for me to buy this other package deal with all the skincare, hand cream and two nail polishes. All of this above was £43 which is a bargain. This is a December offer. Also love they packing and the way they rap it after you bought it. 

Hand Repair Cream (£15.75)
This was the first time trying this and it's amazing. Especially now that it's winter and I tend to wash my hands a lot which can leave them dry.  Also it smells so good and relaxing.

Nail Polishes which are £7.50 each. 
I haven't had the chance to try them yet because of work. I'm not allowed to Boo :( but as soon I try them i'll post it up.

All of the products smell Awwwwwsome and they not harsh on my sensitive skin yay. I would totally recommend this brand if you have sensitive skin. They have products for other skin types as well. 

Oh by the way this is so not a sponsored post I have been using this for a while and works well. 
Hope you're all enjoying the festive season and that you liked my post. 

Love Sultaana :)

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