There’s probably nothing I can tell you about Liz Earle’s Cleanse & Polish you’ve not heard before. It has won multiple awards (you knew that, didn’t you?). It’s far cheaper than those it outstrips (you probably knew that too, but £14.75 for 100ml – HELLO). It doubles as a makeup remover and gentle exfoliator (anyone who’s used this will know this: dull skin, Cleanse & Polish is your enemy). Finally, it’s Liz Earle’s bestselling product (but, if you’ve read the earlier points, that’s unsurprising).
What can I add to the above list? I’ve wracked my brains and it is this: I’ve been around the cosmetics block. My skin has been smeared with the cheap, the expensive, the fêted and the newest. Yet with each eucalyptus-y, creamy application of this cleanser, I remark at the gentle power of it. I go back to it when my tests with cosmetics have rendered my skin spotty or eczematic (both can live on one face. Woe.). It sorts it all out. Over and out.