Tuesday, 25 December 2012

You better shape up 'cause I need a man and my heart is set on you

(Grease - You're The One That I Want)

I was going to wait until after Christmas Day to do another post, but now that I've had my Christmas dinner, I'm sitting here absolutely stuffed, with nothing better to do than write a post, with Grease on the tv in the background.

Back in October, I bought the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish, and seeing as it has been two months now since I first blogged about it, I thought I'd give you a more long term review on the product.

In my original post, I said my skin felt clean and soft almost instantly, and even now, I still notice how great my face feels after each use.

However, for the past couple of weeks there has been the a few times when I haven't used it for a day or two (due to staying over at a friends, or just being too tired) and I have used face wipes instead, and now my skin is probably in the worst condition it has been in for months. There are obviously other factors too, such as stress, and that time of the month, but as I haven't used it every day, my skin has become more dry, and I have had a lot of break outs.

I'm also really surprised how long one container lasts - I'm still on my beginning cleanser, which I've probably used about 50 times, and it still doesn't feel as though it's running out, which is great.
All in all, I really like this product, and is probably my favourite cleanser I have ever tried. However, it does bother me how bad my skin can get if I don't use it once or twice. Regardless, I'm still going to be buying more over the Christmas holidays.

I also want to do a post showing you what Santa brought me, but that will take more time to write, so look out for that in the next few days.


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  3. Nice blog! Lets follow each other?
    Let me know..

    xo Sara