Liz Earle Skincare

As the season changes and colder weather quickly approaches, my skincare routine gets a change up too. My face starts to become drier and paler which means more moisturiser and a different shade of foundation. However one thing that stays constant is my cleanse and polish routine with the Liz Earle skincare range. Having asked for a full kit at christmas, I’ve never looked back since. Over the months I’ve picked up a few other products which I’ve come to love but today I thought I’d share with you my top four essentials that I incorporate in my daily routine!

Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

Of course we have to begin with the cult product – the hot cloth cleanser. It’s got a rich, creamy butter type texture which feels like heaven when you massage it into your skin. Applying to a dry face, I try as often as I can to take time to massage the product in properly, concentrating on my glands and and cheeks to stimulate proper circulation. Once that’s done, I use a muslin cloth rinsed in hot water to wipe away the product in circular motions to exfoliate and lift away dead skin. Look out for the limited editions of the hot cloth cleanser as they come in different scents and the packaging is absolutely gorgeous!

Instant Boost Skin Tonic

Next up is probably my favourite of them all, the skin tonic. I love how refreshing the smell of the aloe vera and cucumber is and how squeaky clean it makes my skin feel. Although it’s best to follow the whole routine every day, let’s be honest, we don’t always have the time nor patience to see it through. I have been known to skip the cleansing stage on some days and just use a cotton pad and toner to wipe away any impurities. If I’m having a no make up day, I sometimes give my skin a swipe of this throughout the day also to give it an extra boost of hydration and keep it feeling clean.

Skin Repair Light Moisturiser

For me there’s nothing worse than a heavy moisturiser. I hate feeling like I’ve got a thick layer of cream on my face that refuses to sink in and just pools around my nose and chin. That’s why I love the skin repair moisturiser. It’s a lightweight formula which hydrates skin instantly without leaving an oily residue. For this reason I opted for the light version of the moisturiser in combination/oily, making it a perfect product for balancing out oily skin.

Eyebright Soothing Eye Lotion

Do you ever get those mornings where you’re awake but your eyes still seem to be asleep? Yeah me too. Many a morning I find myself with my eyes glued shut and barely even able to open them. So when I came across the eyebright lotion, it’s safe to say I was over the moon. Because now when I wake up with the dreaded swollen eyes, a quick swipe of the eyebright lotion on a cotton pad immediately soothes and awakens my poor tired little eyes, leaving them de-puffed and refreshed. It’s also fabulous for a relaxing do it yourself facial if the pads are left on your eyes for 10-15 minutes.

If you would like to know more information about any other of the products pictured here, please let me know in the comments also! I have also included links below if you wish to shop any of the Liz Earle products seen in this post individually! If there are several products you would like to buy at once, I would recommend visiting the Liz Earle website where you can find some amazing bundle offers with free full sized products as gifts.

Do you have a facial skincare routine you stick to whatever the weather? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!



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