Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish is a huge cult product in the beauty industry, i think pretty much everyone has heard about if it not tried it for themselves. I for one have used it over and over and over, i think it will always be my back up cleanser it isn't the cleanser i use everyday but its one i know i can go back to each time and it will completely help and clear my skin. If i wasn't so naughty and liked to try new skincare all the time i would most definitely stick to the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish. So when i spotted in my inbox an email about a new Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish i was super excited, it then later on in the week landed on my desk so i can now share my thoughts with you.
This is in fact a limited edition version of the Cleanse & Polish which has a Rose and Lavender scent!
Just in case you haven't heard of the original Cleanse & Polish then it is basically a thick rich cream cleanser which you massage onto dry skin, over your eyes, face and neck then rinse off with the muslin cloth which you have had running under hot water. It removes all and i mean all traces of make-up and gently exfoliates at the same time meaning you can completely skin this step in your skincare routine.
Now there isn't much difference between the original and the new limited edition version other than it contains some rose and lavender essential oils which offers a calming and relaxing scent.
Also rather than the original duck egg coloured packaging, this special edition comes in a much larger soft white shade with a gorgeous pink and purple design..i really adore the packaging!!
I have to admit i am not the biggest fan of lavender scents so for me it is a little strong but i love the rose scent that comes through. None the less the product is still just as amazing and to be honest when i use this at night the lavender does help to give me a good nights sleep so i cant really complain, its just my fussy nose not liking lavender.
So if you are already a fan of the original Cleanse & Polish or if you a newbie to it all then i would for sure recommend you try the Special Edition, £2 of every purchase will go towards to Prince's Trust which is amazing and it is available now on the Liz Earle website and also at beauty counters for £19.50.
Are you a fan of Liz Earle? Do you love the Special Edition?