Sunday, 27 January 2013

Liz Earle- Deep Cleansing Mask

Good evening everyone!  Hope you are all having a lovely sunday :-)

Those of you who dont know me wont know how obsessed I am about Liz Earle products.  I own/ have tried nearly all of her skin products. Since her makeup has launched I have been wanting to try those too, so far I have tried the mascara base, her black mascara and a sample of the skin tint.

So I thought I would do a review on what I think is the best face mask out of all 3 of her masks.I have been using my sample size bottle which is 15ml. This is about the 6th time I've used it so a little goes a long way! For a 15ml tube and two sponges its £5.25.

Beforehand I used Liz Earle Cleans and Polish to remove any make up. I then dried my face on a clean towel and applied half a tea spoon amount of the Deep Cleansing Mask. (Basically layer enough to cover your skin, dodge your eyes/mouth and hairline!)

The image below shows the colour of the mask being a dark army green which I think is the best bit! This is what I expect a face mask to be like! There is only a tiny bit on my finger because I had already put the mask on then decided it would have been useful to see! Doh!

It smells really fresh but I found that once the mask was on the smell dissapears which I dont mind. On the bottle it says leave ot on for 5-10mins which I ignore its usually on for however long I'm in the bath for. I personally have never had any issue's with this.  Also on the bottle it mentions not being suitable for sensitive skin, I have had sensitive skin moments with some products but not with this.

Ok so after I was all camouflaged up I began to feel slight tightening and the mask hardening in parts. The hard part for me was to try and not touch my face I just tried to stay still however long then I used the sponge supplied to wipe off the face mask.

One of the sponges.
Once the mask was off my skin felt extremely clean and fresh!  Ready to roll on Monday! I also found that this mask helped me control any break outs I might have had and help prevent future ones. Which is getting to be less and less since I have started using Liz Earle products.

I then finished with a quick spray of Liz Earle skin tonic (typical!) then a bit of moisturiser.

Are you a Liz Earle addict like me? Have you got any recommendations for me?


  1. I've never tried anything Liz Earle want to even more now!!
    Hannah :) x

    1. I would 100% recommend it the cleans and polish is a great starter :) Let me know how you get on if you do :) x