Thursday, 11 June 2015

Liz Earle Jasmine and Osmanthus Cleanse & Polish - Limited Edition

Ever since I heard about the Liz Earle limited edition Jasmine and Osmanthus Cleanse and Polish, I've been seeing the word 'Osmanthus' pop up all over the place! It's kind of freaky when that happens, right?! It must be the key ingredient of the moment, the trendy new kid on the block!

Liz Earle Jasmine and Osmanthus Cleanse & Polish

Liz Earle's Jasmine and Osmanthus Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser (shop link) is going to be available at their stockist and online from the 25th June and I've managed to get hold of a bottle so that I can tell you what it's like! Whenever there's a limited edition Cleanse and Polish, I like to stock up and buy 2 or 3 at a time.

Liz Earle Jasmine and Osmanthus Cleanse & Polish

Even though I've grown to love the original a lot, I absolutely love that they surprise us with new limited edition scents every now and then, it's such a treat! So far, there has been Rose and Lavender (my fave!), Grapefruit & Patchouli, and Orange Flower & Chamomile.

The new one captures the precious beauty of opulent jasmine blossoms with a sweet, warmth note of osmanthus petals. The scent isn't as overpowering as the original so if you find that one a bit strange (like I first did), then you might be glad to hear that the scent of the limited edition Jasmine and Osmanthus isn't as strong. You're not going to be disappointed! It smells really floral, subtle and uplifting - it's a beautiful scent that isn't going to offend anyone. I first tried it on the back of my hand and couldn't stop smelling it afterwards (bit weird?!), I think it's the best one yet, and it might even replace the Rose and Lavender as my new favourite!

Liz Earle Jasmine and Osmanthus Cleanse & Polish

The naturally active ingredients in the Cleanse And Polish (shop link) are cocoa butter to soften, soothe and moisturise. While rosemary and chamomile soothes and tones. It nurtures the skin with the unchanged gentle, moisturising formula, and lightly exfoliates to remove all traces of dirt and make-up without that horrible stripping and tightening sensation.

You can buy this from 25th June, it will be available in stockists (Boots, John Lewis and Fenwick) or directly from the Liz Earle website. Prices start at £20.75 for a 100ml bottle but it's also available in the 150ml size too (as pictured) with the option to buy it with or without the pure cotton muslin cloths. 

I wrote about Liz Earle Cleanse And Polish earlier on in the week so if you'd like to read more about what it is and how to use it, please give it a little read! 

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6 comments

  1. I've never heard of this brand before, I would love to try it out. Great review, very detailed :)

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  2. It's been a while since I used liz earle. I can't wait to yet this!

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  3. I really want to try this out as im obsessed with taking care of my face. This looks really cool & unique! Cant wait for it to be in stock x

    http://leannewinters.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. Love Cleanse & Polish. It gives me skincare nostalgia as it's on of the first good cleansers I used.

    Emma & The Beauty Blog

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  5. These products are looking so lovely !

    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  6. Liz Earle is probably my favourite brand when it comes to my cleansers, as of yet I haven't tried any of their limited edition cleansers but I did just buy their trio that was released for the 20th anniversary. At Christmas my mum did buy me the Sweet Orange and Mint scent however I still haven't yet opened it.

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