Review: Liz Earle Orange Flower and Chamomile Cleanse & Polish Limited Edition

liz earle orange and chamomile cleanse & polish No secret that Liz Earle’s Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser is my favourite cleanser – since I discovered it, I haven’t looked back. Don’t just take my word for it – recently, this cleanser celebrated more than 100 beauty awards!!!

Now, you can also get a special, limited edition of the classic: Orange Flower and Chamomile. Maintaining the award-winning formula, the new product has an amazing, delicate new fragrance, laced with orange blossoms water and soothing chamomile.

The fragrance is quite different from the fresh, almost zingy classic one; this is subtly sweet and involving. I also felt that the formula seems slightly lighter, but equally gentle and effective. I find quite hard to pick a favourite; the new one is definitely lovely for the summer and I love the smell!

liz earle orange and chamomile cleanse & polish

Used with the muslim cloth, the skin feels soft and super clean, with feeling dried out afterwards. The formula contains the best botanical ingredients, including cocoa butter and chamomile and is suitable to all ages and skin types. Worth noting that Liz Earle is a lovely British brand using naturally active ingredients and is cruelty free.

I attended a preview event at the Liz Earle shop in Chelsea, which was buzzing because of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and had an amazing flower display outside to celebrate Chelsea in Bloom.

At the event, apart from discovering the product, we received lovely floral manicures from Boom Nails and had amazingly pretty bespoke floral headbands made for us by the lovely ladies of the Flower Appreciation Society. This made me realise that I should wear fresh flowers in my hair permanently.Really.

The limited edition Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser Orange Flower and Chamomile costs £19.75 for 150ml with two pure muslim cloths and is available from tomorrow (26 May) from Liz Earle stores, and selected Boots and John Lewis counters, while stocks last.

You can check also check out the work of Boom Nails and The Flower Appreciation Society.


This post contains PR samples. This review, however, is based on my own true experience with the products and reflects my honest opinion on them.

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