Earlier this year I was having some trouble with my skin. Last July - December I went through a really great time with my skin; I had virtually no spots or blackheads and my pores were small. However, by springtime this year I noticed that my skin had had a few more breakouts and that my pores were huge. This was something that I became very self-concious about and tried to hide with the likes of the Benefit Pore-fessional, but with no success. Instead of trying to conceal them, I decided to try and find something that could clear out my pores. I tried pore strips, charcoal masks and chemical solutions and, while some of them worked, they all left my skin a bit red and irritated. I had always heard great things about the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser for being very friendly and gentle on the skin as it is made with all-natural ingredients.

The cleanser is a thick and stiff yet light formula (reminded me of whisked egg white when baking meringues) and smells lightly of rosemary. The set comes with a step-by-step guide that makes using the hot cloth very easy. The entire process for me takes around 15-20 minutes so I use it every two/three days in the evening after taking off my make-up. It can be used to remove make-up but I prefer to use it as a second cleanser, after my L'Oreal Miccelar Water.

The Cleanse and Polish starter kit includes 100ml of product and two muslin cloths that come in a zipped bag. This costs £14.75 which I think is reasonable considering I don't use it every day.

What is your favourite cleanser?

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Earlier this year I was having some trouble with my skin. Last July - December I went through a really great time with my skin; I had virtually no spots or blackheads and my pores were small. However, by springtime this year I noticed that my skin had had a few more breakouts and that my pores were huge. This was something that I became very self-concious about and tried to hide with the likes of the Benefit Pore-fessional, but with no success. Instead of trying to conceal them, I decided to try and find something that could clear out my pores. I tried pore strips, charcoal masks and chemical solutions and, while some of them worked, they all left my skin a bit red and irritated. I had always heard great things about the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser for being very friendly and gentle on the skin as it is made with all-natural ingredients.

The cleanser is a thick and stiff yet light formula (reminded me of whisked egg white when baking meringues) and smells lightly of rosemary. The set comes with a step-by-step guide that makes using the hot cloth very easy. The entire process for me takes around 15-20 minutes so I use it every two/three days in the evening after taking off my make-up. It can be used to remove make-up but I prefer to use it as a second cleanser, after my L'Oreal Miccelar Water.

The Cleanse and Polish starter kit includes 100ml of product and two muslin cloths that come in a zipped bag. This costs £14.75 which I think is reasonable considering I don't use it every day.

What is your favourite cleanser?

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