Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Review| Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser - Normal/Combination

Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser - Normal/Combination Skin*





"This perfectly balanced moisturiser softens, smoothes and conditions skin for a naturally healthy-looking glow"

We all know that in the colder months of Autumn/Winter our skin needs a little extra care, attention and protection from the harsher weather conditions we experience. Let me tell you about this fabulous product I've been using lately, the Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser.

This moisturiser is Step 3 of the Liz Earle Daily Essentials range. You can see my reviews on Step 1 -Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser HERE, & my review on Step 2 - Instant Boost Skin Tonic HERE.

The moisturiser is actually very thick and creamy, which I wasn't expecting from the normal/combination option. Unfortunately my skin is a little too oily for this moisturiser so I haven't been using it every day, just a couple of times a week. But when I do use it, it instantly makes my skin feel softer and smoother and more radiant. I would advise only using a small amount at a time as it can be quite heavy on the skin, but this only means one good thing... It will last a long time!

The formula is a luxuriously thick cream which is slightly yellow(not too sure why) and is packed full of naturally active ingredients such as Avocado Oils & Vitamin E, which replaces lost moisture and protects against dryness. It does have a slightly floral scent, nothing too overpowering but actually quite relaxing & therapeutic.

As I say I've been using this a few days a week when my skin is feeling dry, I massage into my face and neck after using the Hot Cloth Cleanser and Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer. This is the final step of the Daily Essentials range and I've really been enjoying using all 3 products, I've noticed a positive difference in the feel and appearance of my skin and have totally revamped my skincare routine.

This is available from Liz Earle online at £18.75 for 50ml Jar or Tube.
There is also a Dry/Sensitive Skin option.

10 comments:

  1. I'd love to try some Liz Earle products, just a bit pricey for me I think! This seems really nice though! xx

    http://belle-amiebeauty.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. It is a little pricey, but it will last ages, and it works really well! :)

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  2. That looks really good, I do like a thick moisturiser!♥
    But £18 seems a bit much, do you think it is worth it?
    MissJammyxo

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    1. It is really good, I'd say yes, it is worth it, because you'll get so much use out of it, and it actually works, great for the winter months :) xx

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  3. I am looking for a good thicker moisturizer, especially the closer that it gets to winter. Thanks for the review on this, it may just work for my skin.
    the-creationofbeauty.blogspot.com

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  4. This looks like a nice moisturizer for the colder months coming up. Nice review :)

    http://skinstuffbykaty.blogspot.com/

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  5. This looks lovely, I love Liz Earle skincare - a favourite of mine! But I haven't yet tried their moisturiser, I will do when I run out of my Pai one x

    http://missjaynebecca.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. Really dying to get on the Liz Earle bandwagon, though i have some other products I want to get through first. Great review :)

    http://soapetal.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. I found your blog on the beauty bloggers blog hop! I have the Liz Earle 3 step routine to and share the same opinion! Quick question, do you get any benefits from the toner? I feel like it doesn't do anything for me, do you feel like that? Hope you stop by my page, I've followed you!
    heidijayx.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. This moisturiser is good for both winter and summer. You can use this moisturiser in 12th months and this'll help peopele in protecting their skin in all the months!

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