Friday, 10 August 2012

How To || Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser


Aloha Sprinklerinos,

If you have been a reader of this sparkly blog for a long time, you may well know that I have a deep, deep love for Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser. Over the past year or so I have tried many a remover in the hope that it will live up to my beloved Cleanse and Polish, but alas, none have. Not one. Not a sausage. (NB- Please don't rub sausages round your face, they won't remove your waterproof mascara.)

Since I talk about it so often, mention it in tonnes of videos, recommend it on twitter and facebook, I thought (I can't take the credit for this, it was requested) I ought to film a video showing exactly how to use it. I know it isn't rocket science, but if you are new to a product, I often find it can be a little daunting.


This video is also on my YouTube channel but embedding it here means those of you who are strictly blog readers can see it too- hurrah for modern technology eh!

If you would like to read my 'Battle of the Cleansers' post from last year (guess who won?), you can see that HERE

I really enjoyed doing a bit of a 'how to' and being in a different set up....and being a bit naked haha...so perhaps you'll see a few more of these sorts around these here parts of the interweb. Hooray!

Are you a fan of this product? Have you found anything to beat it?

Toodlepip!

xx

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40 comments:

  1. always wanted to try this!

    http://laurenlovesmakeupxoxo.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. Thanks for the video, Louise! I find watching people remove their make up just as interesting as watching them apply it. You have lovely skin - you've convinced me to try it!

    Little White Rose
    x

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  3. I am loving the video right now!!! I love the product!

    Lauren,
    Fashionswirls.blogspot.com

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  4. Haha this was funny but also very interesting!! Thanks for this :) xx

    http://limesandsmiles.blogspot.com

    and

    http://themblogideas.blogspot.com UNITING ALL BLOGGERS

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  5. his video is amazing :) My mum introduced me to Liz earle cleanse and polish years ago when i had terribly greasy yucky teenage skin, and it rescued me and i've used it ever since :)

    sophierosehearts.blogspot.co.uk

    x

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  6. "NB- Please don't rub sausages round your face, they won't remove your waterproof mascara." I definitely got a kick out of that! I am totally going to try this out once I get the mullah!
    www.beautifulclassysophisticated.blogspot.com

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  7. Been wanting to try this for ages! Ahh xxxx

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  8. wow this works better than I actually thought!!

    checkout giveaway on my blog :)

    http://kellinasthoughts.blogspot.com/

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  9. loved this video! i love you louise! and this made me want to buy it sooo badly! :D
    http://missfoxylove.blogspot.com

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  10. Oh m geee! I lol'd A LOT throughout this! Ha ha! Loved it! I sometimes take my make-up off with a face wipe then I don't tend to get my cloths so dirty so I can reuse a couple of times! :-) Nothing worse than a tangoed/black cloth! :-) SX

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  11. I think you are just too cute! You have a great personality and I enjoyed this vid so much! :D
    I also didn't know you used this to remove make up as well so I learned something new!

    xx


    wearenouvellevague

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  12. You look so gorgeous sans makeup! :) I've just used up my Liz Earle, must reorder asap!!

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  13. Hahaha love this video, also it seems like a really good product! x

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  14. I love this video! haha I love your videos<3 I'm definitely going to be purchasing this!<3

    http://emzoo.blogspot.co.uk/

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  15. I love your videos and posts Louise which is why I have featured you on my top 5 bloggers list:

    http://oneheelforward.blogspot.com/2012/08/top-5-bloggers_9.html . Keep up the great posts! xx

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  16. lmfao, you cracked me up in that video no end!
    The cleanse and polish is great! I've only tried it from a sample but I really must try it again, it looks fab. :)

    http://itskerrysbeautyblog.blogspot.co.uk/

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  17. Love the video! I’m thinking in trying it. Everyone seems to love it, but I haven’t heard if it works with acne and sensitive skin. Maybe I should try it & thanks for the video.

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  18. lol, you are amazingly lovely and funny louise. keep it up :)
    xo brit

    http://britmira.blogspot.ca/

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  19. This product really didn't work for me unfortunately :( it took every scrap of my makeup off which I loved but it left my skin feeling irritated boo! Love this type of video though, you should definitely do more :) xxx.

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  20. i've never seen the product been used before since i can't get my hands on it where i live. so this video was totally helpful.. thank you! and love how you don't mind taking off your makeup on camera... that's admirable confidence right there. plus you're sooo funny :) thanks for sharing louise!

    http://blushandbrunch.blogspot.com

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  21. you look so good!

    http://ravingbeautyx.blogspot.co.uk/

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  22. I love this video, your so funny you really need your own show haha. No I really admire you for doing this, I don't many people who would wash their makeup of in public I certainly hide behind my mask :-)

    Love Sarah x
    http://sarahjanesobsessions.blogspot.co.uk

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  23. i loved watching/reading this, i've wondered about trying it out for ages!

    p.s instead of using the hot cloth, would a flannel do? it doesnt seem much different to me, i just wondered if it was basically the same thing or if the hot cloth was made of something different that made it work better? xx

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  24. love you panda eyes!! hehe love you louise !!! xoxo <3

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  25. Love the video, you are so lovely Louise!

    sophie-said.blogspot.co.uk

    xxx

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  26. Lovely post as always :)

    http://www.nickysbeautyquest.com
    Xo

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  27. Love this post
    http://doseofglambition.blogspot.com/
    http://www.youtube.com/doseofglambition

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  28. I bought this cleanser because of yours and zoe's recommendation and I absolutely adore it! Thank you so much! xxx

    naiveyoung.blogspot.com

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  29. lovely video! you're too funny . xx

    www.vintagewalls.blogspot.com

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  30. Loved the video! Was hilarious as usual! Will definitely try out the cleanser, i know that your recommendation is trustworthy!
    I would really really appreciate your feedback and comments on my blog to help me improve,

    beautymarkedmel.blogspot.co.uk

    xx

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  31. Can You get this in boots or only online ?

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  32. Can anybody tell me where you can get the Liz Earle Cleanser outside of Britain? I really would like to try it since there are so many blogger who recommend this product highly. And I am always looking for a great cleanser/skin care products.

    I already had a look at amazon and ebay but it seems like they don't ship in my country.

    Wishes, Linnea
    http://linneagrace24.blogspot.co.at/

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  33. haha very good and funny video, been wanting to try this for ages and want to even more now, fantastic blog by the way, 100% individual, really lovely! xxx

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  34. Love you blog!!!
    I just created a new blog love if you can visit, if you decided to stay and give me a chance to see more of what i post in the future,i promise to follow you right back xoxo
    http://closet2fashion.blogspot.com

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  35. thank you for finally doing a how-to for this. i hear you and Zoe talk about it all the time and always wonder if it is something that i could add to my skincare routine. love your blog and youtube channel, keep it up Louise!!

    http://katiegolightlyx.blogspot.com

    ^took the plunge and started a beauty/fashion blog, yipes!
    katie x

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  36. This was really useful :) i really want to try out this cleanser xxx

    http://jeminixlife.blogspot.com

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  37. Hi Louise- this video was hilarious and so helpful! I really wanted to try this product, but I didn't really know how to use it- so thank you! Charlotte xxx

    englishgirlstylediaries@blogspot.com xxx

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  38. I swear by this product. Although there was that one awkward moment when my card was rejected in a Liz Earle store...

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  39. I was recently given this cleanser, and it really has made the whole world of difference to my skin. My skin was never particularly bad in the first place, but it lacked a certain glow which I was keen to find. I love this cleanser as the use of the cloth acts as an exfoliator, leaving skin looking fresh and giving it more of that natural glow (but avoiding shine). What's more, it's not messy (something I hate with most cleansers). The washing of the face is controlled with the cloth, which is beautifully warm, leaving no extra spills or the feeling of being bombarded with furious splashes of cold water.
    I can only hope that it will continue to work on my skin and make it look as fresh as yours! Thank you for this post - really enjoyable to read x

    http://recognisablestranger.wordpress.com/

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  40. Just bought the essentials kit and I'm actually in love with it. The smell is amazing as well. Had to watch your vid on how to use the hot cloth cleanser as I wasn't sure, thanks for the help and love your blog x

    http://mascaraandcakes.blogspot.co.uk/

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