The younger you start looking after your skin - the better!
If you’re new to my blog, welcome!
For those of you who have followed me for a while, you will know my love for all things LIz earle.
I love everything the company stands for and all the ingredients used in each product are all so amazing for the skin and naturally sourced which I’m all about!
When I moved into my flat, my gran got me two lovely gifts - one being a massive painting (love it) and another - Liz Earle Super skin which she said I would love and she had already been through 3 pots of the stuff (My gran is in her 60′s and there is literally not one wrinkle on her face, so if it works for her, I’m trying it!).
The pot I got was 50 ml and came with a little concentrate oil which is cute. When you open the moisturiser, the smell is quite powerful - at first I really didn’t like smell (I would say it was a mixture of cranberry and everything else in it) but now I can’t get enough of it.
The moisturiser claims to be for dry, mature or sensitive skin, so for me, two out of three things that my skin is (not yet mature, I’m only 24!) and helps smooth, plump and replenish for healthy hydrated skin - so I was really excited to try it out.
The product is full of gorgeous ingredients that are rich in antioxidants - Pomegranate Extract, West African Shea, Glycerin, Vitamin E , Borage, cranberry and Rose-hip seed oils which when applied together and put on your skin, just instantly softens the skin and gives your skin the hydration it needs.
I used this every day for about a week and found that a little goes a long way. I found it worked best when I massaged the product into my skin, using circle techniques and working my way from my forehead to my chin and taking the product down to my neck. The gentle massaging will help lift your skin and ease any tension from a busy day. I now try and use it at least once a week as I’m trying to make it last me but it’s not working very well, so think I will need to stock up on this in case of an emergency.
No matter what age you are, skin care is so important and the younger you start taking care of your skin - the better! Especially with so many thick and heavy cosmetic products these days, it’s equally as important to make sure we give our skin the best it deserves.
I’ve had a look on the Liz Earle website and for the 50 ml pot that I have, it is £39.00 (Thanks gran, you’re a gem). I’d recommend this for anyone looking for a higher quality moisturiser that has sensitive or dry skin and wants to give their skin the best ingreidents to help soften, hydrate and rejuvenated their skin.
This product may seem a little pricey but for the size of the pot, I’d say it is worth the money and you will no doubt love it as much as I do.
Have you tried this, what’s your thoughts?
Natalie :) xox