Monday, 18 August 2014

Liz Earle Orange Flower and Chamomile Cleanser

Liz Earle Orange Flower and Chamomile Cleanser
Liz Earle Orange Flower and Chamomile Cleanser

Limited Edition - £19.75

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish has got to be my all time favourite skincare product! I'm not going to gush about it because I must have written about this cream cleanser about five times on my blog already but I wanted to let you know about the summer edition, Orange Flower and Chamomile. 

As you've probably guessed by now, as this is a summer version, it has been on the shelves for a couple of months already. Even though I like the original one, I always look forward to these limited editions - my favourite was the Rose and Lavender from a couple of years ago -  I like to buy 2 or 3 bottles at a time and that usually lasts me about a year. 

Each of these bottle lasts about three to four months depending on whether you use it once or twice daily. I can't remember the last time I used the original! I've only just finished off the Grapefruit and Pachouli from last year, so it's rather good timing! I have to point out that I sometimes take a break from using this cleanser just to give my skin something else to try, I think it's good to switch it up to perhaps a gel cleanser, a milk one or even something oil based. I've got a few to pick from and I've tried to go for an alternative but I ALWAYS go back to Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish! I actually can't live without it!

The Orange Flower and Chamomile is lovely, it's a delicate, soothing and calming scent. I love the bottle design, I prefer it in white rather than the green. You will get the same results as it's the same formula but with a different fragrance. If you've not used this product before, it's a two-phase process in which the first stage is to massage the cream on to your face in a circular motion. The next part is to use the muslin cloth (included) soak it in hand-hot water and wring it out before gently polishing the cleanser off your face. The results are brighter, smoother skin as the dead skin cells, dirty and grime are removed to reveal a more radiant appearance. It also does a fantastic job of removing make up. It contains cocoa butter for it's moisturising properties, and the rosemary and chamomile in the formula gently tones the skin.

I don't know how much longer the Orange Flower and Chamomile cleanser is going to be around for, but get it while you can because it is limited edition and once it's gone, it is gone forever! It is available in 150ml and retails for £19.75. You can buy it directly from the Liz Earle website, selected Boots stores, John Lewis, Fenwicks and QVC. 

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15 comments

  1. I've been debating getting a bottle for a while but I'm always put off by the price, however if it lasts as long as you say it does, I might just be persuaded!

    whatkatiewatched.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. So many people talk about this product but I've never tried it. I need to get round to it!

    xx
    Coleoftheball

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  3. I never tried anything from this brand...The main problem would be the fact that I need to order it online.
    My mom wants me to visit her in the UK during this year...I might try to get it during that time :3 (I know that this is a limited edition, but I won't mind trying the regular cleanser as well)
    Take care*

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  4. This sounds amazing!

    http://wiltedxfaded.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. This sounds absolutely gorgeous, I never even got round to trying the first one but will definitely try and get this especially as it's limited edition xxx

    Blonde of Carbs

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  6. It seems like such a nice product !

    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  7. I've heard so so much about the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish and this just sounds like it would smell lovely! Great review :) xxx

    Blog This With Hannah

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  8. I've been wanting a Liz Earle cleanser for so long now! They just don't sell it in any of the drugstores in Dubai :(

    www.imaniqbal.blogspot.com

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  9. I have this and it stings my eyes soooo much! I get on so much better with the original! Xxx

    Kirstie || A Yellow Brick Blog

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  10. Hi Sarah,

    I remember receiving a free sample of Liz Earle's cleanse and polish when it first hit the shops. I've never actually bought a full size bottle but my current cleanser is nearly finished so may give it a proper go! How does it cope with breakouts? Although you have such perfect skin I doubt this is something you've had too much experience of!

    Sarah x
    daisychainsanddreamers.com

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  11. Ah it sounds so dreamy! I've tried the original version and I really liked it, but I wasn't a fan of the scent so this sounds ideal! xx

    Gemma // missmakeupmagpie.com

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  12. I ve wanted to try the liz earle range for so long :) This looks interesting!

    - Chaitra | PinkPot

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  13. I've heard so much about the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, but I've never had the nerve to splash out and buy it! I think I'm going to HAVE to get this now! x

    lipstickandsandwiches.blogspot.com

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  14. I'm yet to try this but I'm very much tempted by the limited edition, it sounds like it will smell heavenly x

    Kate | A British Sparkle

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  15. I feel I'm the opposite, I have this but prefer the original scent so much more! I've never been big of relaxing scents like lavender and chamomile though, so maybe that's why :) x

    http://hannahbutterworth.blogspot.co.uk/


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