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Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish for Men

Posted by on March 13, 2012 in Fashion and Beauty, Mr Katie and the Kids | 5 comments

Mr Katie & the kids says…

Cleanser and Polish – A Liz Earle Men’s Product

I love the fact that Katie and the kids get all the cool parcels in the post with new products to try but when I was asked to try something just for me, there’s no point hiding the fact that I secretly felt smug. Liz Earle kindly sent me the cleanse and polish hot cloth cleanser.

Katie will tell you, I don’t often spend time grooming myself but in this instance, I thought I’d go the whole hog and actually spend time “beautifying” myself. It’s fair to say this cleanser is easy to use, it doesn’t take and age to apply and the end result is really surprising (in a positive way)

So morning and night, I started my routine (works great before shaving) and a month later there has been a real visible difference. I suffer from dry skin and whilst I occasionally use other products to remedy this, when using the hot cloth cleanser I don’t think I have seen better results. I am not claiming a new medical miracle but I would definitely continue using it as it works for me.

I have secretly added it to the shopping list. Who knows – perhaps Katie won’t notice.

The Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser can be bought here for £14.25 for the starter kit. Visit the website for more details. www.lizearle.com

5 Comments

  1. *adds to Mr Aimee's birthday list*

  2. Oh Big J would love this too i think, and the packaging is very nice isnt it? .. *manly* beige… reckon i could convince him ;)Thanku Mr Green x

  3. Smells very nice too, so you can sniff his neck……. Kx

  4. It's very stylish packaging, looks great in the bathroom! K x

  5. Nice for men to have a little "pamper" and hope people have noticed the difference!!!

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