They also sent me some botanical shine shampoo and Botanical shine conditioner for dry hair. I have been using this for the last three weeks and it is wonderful. Firstly, the smell is divine, making it a real treat to use. I have been conditioning my hair and then cupping my hands to breath in the wonderful uplifting scent.
ReviewBack when I was a DINKY (Duel Income No Kids Yet) Liz Earle was my beauty brand of choice for a number of reasons. I hadd very sensitive skin (at least I did have till I was pregnant) and Liz Earle worked really well for me. I really agreed with their philosophy and also the fact that they do not use parabens and that they use organic whenever possible.
Believe it or not Maxi was first washed in their orange flower botanical body wash. I still use their Cleanes and Polish every day, although I can not afford much else nowadays and I rely on birthdays and Christmas to keep me in stock.
Liz Earle kindly sent me a set of their Cleanse and Polish, Instant Boost Skin Tonic and a Skin Repair Moisturiser to try. It has been a revelation to be using the whole system again. My skin has visibly improved, even MadDad has noticed the difference and it feels smother, more moisturized and an even texture.
Not only has it made a real difference to my skin, but it has also been a great pick me up too. Liz Earle products smell divine and using them is a real treat and I have got back in to a really good morning and evening routine.
But smell isn’t everything and yes I have seen improvements in the condition of my hair too. It is more manageable and less frizzy. At £7.50 a tube it is pricey, but it seems to last well, it lathers very well and the shampoo has no SLS in (which is great as Maxi has issues with SLS).
So I have made a decision, I am going to save my money and rescue the number of things I buy, but I am going to be purchasing Liz Earle’s cleanse and moisturising products and also the haircare products and keep on enjoying this wonderful routine I have been using.