Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

As part of the 2014 Blogger Challenge, I’d like to tell you about one of my favourite skincare products which I use for my my sensitive, combination skin, the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser.

This Hot Cloth Cleanser is a plant based cleanser and is suitable for every age and skin type.  You apply the cleanser to your  face and then wait a few seconds to let the cleanser soak into your face.  I brush my teeth whilst I wait for the cleanser to sink in.  You remove the cleanser with a hot muslin cloth.  This is done by simply running the muslin cloth under hot water and wringing it out before applying it to your face.

I love this Hot Cloth Cleanser as it doesn’t irritate my sensitive skin.  It contains eucalyptus for a lovely minty smell and the cocoa butter to leave my skin feeling soft.

I’ve been using the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser for 7 years now.  However, at £13.25 it’s not cheap so over the years I’ve tried cheaper Hot Cloth Cleansers, but always come back to this one.  The others seem to irritate my skin on contact or the fragrance isn’t to my liking.

It’s available from John Lewis or directly from the Liz Earle Website.  The Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser has won over 25 Beauty Awards since 2006 and receives a 4.9 out of 5 score on the John Lewis Website from 73 reviewers.

Have you tried any Hot Cloth Cleansers before? Simply leave a comment below.

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Comments

  1. looks like a good one

  2. Sophie Bowns says:

    I love reading your tips! This sounds like a good product 🙂

  3. laurirottmayer says:

    I’ve never read of a hot cloth cleanser before. Interesting! I’m on the hunt for a new product and I’m going to check this out. Thank you! 🙂

  4. Veronica Spriggs says:

    I’ve never even heard of a hot cloth cleanser. Except of course when i put a hot wash cloth on my face. Same concept? are the cloths disposable or reusable? how often do you have to replace them?

    • Yes, it’s the same concept Veronica. The clothes are re-usuable and you replace them when they come out from the washing machine looking tired.

  5. Misti says:

    wow, never heard of such a thing! This sounds like it would be a wonderful spa like cleanser. I may just have to try it!

  6. Lisa Mallis says:

    Sounds interesting, and super relaxing. Thanks for sharing another great resource!

  7. We have something in common: sensitive, combination skin. It was a pain in my teens when it was oilier than ever. Now I’ve learned how to take care of it, although I do still get the occasional breakouts.

    • Thanks for sharing Keri. Having sensitive, combination skin is a nightmare. I don’t try/buy many skincare products as I’m always worried that they will bring me out in a rash.

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