I wanted to write this post as soon as I got my little Liz Earle delivery last month, but decided I’d have more to say once I’d actually used all the products.

If you’ve read some of my other beauty posts, you’ll know I’ve had a soft spot for Liz Earle beauty products for a while and already use the Cleanse and Polish and Moisturiser (

But after this haul, I’ve found four new goodies to fall in love with!

I was so excited when I saw QVC (yes QVC – I might be the only person under 50 who shops here, but I rate it!) offering 9 Liz Earle products, 3 Muslin Cloths and a Tote Bag for less than £50! If you’re not familiar with Liz Earle, that’s about the price of the full sized Cleanse and Polish and Moisturiser together, so this was a devishly fabulous deal.


I got the following products:

  • 200ml Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
  • 50ml Skin Repair Moisturiser Dry/Sensitive
  • 200ml Instant Boost Skin Tonic
  • 150ml Eyebright Soothing Eye Solution
  • 30ml Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
  • 30ml Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer
  • 15ml Skin Repair Moisturiser Dry/Sensitive
  • 50ml Botanical Shine Shampoo
  • 50ml Botanical Shine Conditioner
  • 3 Muslin Cloths

If you were going to buy these individually, they would cost around £110 plus the cost of the gorgeous and good sized tote bag.

So, in total, there are 6 products to tell you about…

Cleanse and Polish

The cleanse part of this process is amazing – I’ve never found a cleanser so efficient without being at all abrasive.

It lifts all make-up and dirt off your face and gives your face a complete re-vamp.

The polish part is the muslin cloth which I find gives your that plump, dewy complexion you get after visiting a spa for a professional facial. Pretty nice results to get in your own home!

Skin Repair

The moisturiser is available for all different skin types, from oily to dry.

I use the dry/sensitive product which is a God’s send for my skin. I’m always afraid products for ‘dry’ skin are going to be oily and simply cause a build up, but this is light whilst replenishing. I’ve been using this product for years and don’t think I’m ever not going to have it on my bedside table.

Instant Boost

l’m not a fan of a wipe on toner, so I much prefer the spritzing bottle.

However, spritz or no spritz, I can’t deny how good Instant Boost is. As well as being instantly refreshing, it brightens up your face and adds moisture.


I’ve never really used any eye treatments in my skin care regime, apart from rubbing Vaseline on my eyelashes to remove the last remains of mascara – and with the hopes of growing lusciously long eyelashes that camels would be proud of.

I’ve just moved back to Yarm for the summer, so I’ve had to get used to a new schedule, new hours, new jobs etc – including 6 am wake up calls off my demanding gorgeous pups. In general, my skin has been suffering, but my eyes especially.

I only use this on a morning to prevent dry, itchy and sore eyes throughout the day. As with all Liz Earle products, a little goes a long way and I reap the benefits all day long.

Shampoo & Conditioner

I didn’t buy this deal because of the Shampoo and Conditioner, and in all honesty I didn’t really care about their addition to the haul. But, just after I bought these, one of my friends was raving about the hair duo and I did get a little excited about them. And rightly so, they are fantastic!

I’ve been doing a lot of posts about hair care recently, including:

These are definitely up there in my summer favourites!

A small amount of the shampoo works up a really impressive, indulgent lather. This might sound bizarre, but I’m sure I won’t be the only one who loves an over the top lather – it’s truly satisfying.

I only got two uses out of the conditioner because I have long, thick hair that soaks it up like there’s no tomorrow, but when I used it I could definitely tell. As well as looking and feeling thick and healthy, it provides a beautiful, smooth finish.


If you haven’t already noticed, I am a bit chuffed with this deal. So here are my two recommendations for you:

  1. Treat yourself to some Liz Earle goodies!
  2. Watch QVC – it’s the dirty little secret I don’t want to hide anymore



  One thought on “SKIN CARE HAUL – LIZ EARLE

  1. July 31, 2015 at 12:04

    This brand seems amazing! fist heard of it by watching VelvetGh0st on youtube:) x


    • July 31, 2015 at 14:26

      It’s great – really natural and perfect for all skin types. Definitely recommend xox

      Liked by 1 person

  2. July 31, 2015 at 14:21

    Love Liz Earle products as well. ☺


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