It has been just under two years since I first tried out the iconic Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser. Back when I first started writing about beauty it was probably the most discussed product when it came to skincare and yet still to this day it remains to be one of my favourite cleansers for both morning and night. Whilst my skin has never been the most sensitive (although it sure has had its moments in the past) this has always been a product that I can turn to when I need something simple and calming for my skin; it is a product I can trust which is why I keep on going back to it. You can read my review of the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser that I did back in 2013 if you want to know more about the product itself, however today I wanted to focus on a slight twist to this cult classic.
The reason behind this post today is to share with you the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Beauty Trio which has recently been launched in order to celebrate 20 years of this wonderful botanical brand. The Cleanse and Polish Beauty Trio comes safely packaged within a special 20th Anniversary keepsake tin which I think is rather nice as it adds something extra special to the product; I’ll be using this to store samples in I think once it has fulfilled its purpose of housing my collection of Cleanse and Polish.
The Beauty Trio set consists of three limited edition hot cloth cleansers which all have different scents. The first one is Grapefruit and Patchouli which is a scent that I think will be nice for the summer, whereas in contrast to this the second one, Rose and Lavender is a scent which to me sounds as if it will be nicer as we head into the colder months, although let’s not think about winter just yet! Finally, there is also Orange Flower and Chamomile which is again another scent which I think would be nice for this time of year. Seeing as my set only arrived a few days ago I haven’t yet tried any of these for myself, the reason for that is because I don’t like opening products too early, especially when I have so many others on the go.
In the past, I had either missed out on these limited edition scents or had refrained from purchasing at the time of their release, so I had always presumed that my opportunity to try them had passed. You can imagine how delighted I was when I saw this set starting to crop up on a few of my favourite blogs over the last month or so as I knew it would be one that I’d be putting into my online basket as soon as I could. Retailing at £50 this is quite an expensive purchase however I was very lucky in that I managed to pick mine up for £35 whilst Liz Earle were running a special promotion around a week ago.
I wasn’t too sure whether to feature this set so soon after it arriving, especially when I haven’t tried them just yet however it’s nice to share things with you that are still available to buy as opposed to posting this in three month’s time when it may have already sold out. Whilst these new scents are new to me there is no denying that I quite simply adore the original Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, it has been a product which I have repurchased several times in the past, therefore, is it one that I wholeheartedly believe in from my own personal experience.
Have you tried any of the limited edition Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish?