Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser and Instant Boost Tonic.. ♥

A while ago Liz Earle kindly sent me a couple more of their wonderful skincare products. I have been using them both for a while now so I can write a full review on my experience with them. I also reviewed the very popular Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser (step 1 of the skincare process) in a previous post. 
The new items I received are the next 2 steps in the Liz Earle 3 step skincare process. The key to healthy skin is the simple 3-step cleanse, tone and moisturise trio used every day, morning and evening.
Step 1: Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
The creamy cleanser quickly melts away make-up and daily grime, while the pure Muslin Cloth gently sloughs away dead skin cells.
Step 2: Instant Boost Skin Tonic
This gentle alcohol-free floral-scented toner soothes, calms and refreshes skin in preparation for moisturising.
Step 3: Skin Repair Moisturiser
With just the right level of nourishment to leave every skin type hydrated and protected, the only choice to make is which variety of Skin Repair Moisturiser to use.

I am going to review the Skin Repair Moisturiser for dry skin, and the Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer. The 50ml moisturiser retails for £18.75, and the tonic £13 for 200ml.

The Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer has a lovely fresh floral scent, and it contains many natural ingredients including organic aloe vera and cucumber. I love toners as part of my skincare routine, as I feel they are great for removing any left over make up, and for instantly refreshing skin. The spritz made it easy to just spray onto a cotton wool pad to then soothe and brighten my skin. This toner can be used by all skin types, even sensitive skin. Using this after the Hot Cloth Cleanser made my skin feel very fresh and renewed.

Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser


I found the moisturiser luxuriously creamy and smooth. And it had a very thick texture, which makes it great as a night cream, but I also apply it lightly in the morning too. It conditions the skin leaving it smooth and with a healthy glow.

Used in conjunction with the Hot Cloth Cleanser and Skin Tonic, the Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser gave my skin a huge boost, and reduced imperfections. The moisturiser is not oily or greasy, but very creamy and makes skin instantly softer. I love this face moisturiser and will definitely be purchasing again.

 Overall, the Liz Earle 3-step process has worked very well for me, leaving my skin much softer, clearer, and brighter. I recommend each of these products to those wanting to renew their skin with a full routine.

5 Comments

  1. March 16, 2012 / 10:47 pm

    I've been using the c&p for a few months now and I have noticed a big difference in my skin. I am due a new moisturiser so I was actually thinking of sticking with the Liz Earle range as I know it works with my skin.
    I also have my eye on the soothing eye lotion (i think thats what its called) and the toner 😛
    Great post, it's made me want them even more!
    xxx

  2. Anonymous
    April 2, 2012 / 3:30 am

    nice opinion.. thanks for sharing..

  3. November 16, 2012 / 2:28 pm

    Great products,I am using cleanse&polish and I am very pleased.I am going to buy the moisturizer as well.
    Thanks for review.
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