Saturday, 3 January 2015

Liz Earle - Skin Repair Moisturiser | Review

When it comes to skincare, a good moisturiser is a must for me meaning I am always on the hunt for a new one.
A moisturiser that I have recently been trying is the Liz Earle, Skin repair moisturiser £19.25/50ml. 
Liz Earle has a range of Skin repair moisturisers for different skin types but because I have oily and dry skin, I decided to try the one for oily/combination skin.

It does say to use the moisturiser morning and night, however I find that the light texture of the cream is lovely to use under foundation because it doesn't leave my skin greasy but at night I prefer to use a thicker/heavier cream so I can leave it to sink into my skin.
The thing I'm not too keen on when using the product is the scent of the moisturiser but that certainly hasn't put me off using it! 
The moisturiser can be bought from Liz Earle along with the rest of the range. 

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  2. I absolutely adore this brand. I received a sample of the hot cloth cleansing cream once and I fell in love with it instantly. This cleanser is creamy but it has some sort of herb in it that like eucalyptus it is one of the only cleansers I have ever used that cleansed my face thoroughly and did not leave it looking red and super dry. They sends you a little white washcloth made out of some really nice material called muslin to use in conjunction with the cleaner. You can use the cleaner however you want, but using it with the cloth makes it seem like a spa day experience.
    It's only like $20 for a big bottle it lasts awhile too. I am thinking about using the cleanser, a toner, and a moisturizer, all from the same line.
    I feel like as I get older my skin is changing kind of rapidly and I really need to rethink the things I put on my face. I don't get many breakouts hardly any at all but I do get unevenness and red cheeks and some dry flaky spots. My skin can be quite bipolar when it wants to be.