First Impressions: Liz Earle Beauty Icons Collection

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

The first thing on my to-do list after my spending ban finished was to replace my bottle of Cleanse & Polish, which ran out a few weeks ago. When I went on the website I noticed a new set was being sold: the Beauty Icons Collection. It costs £19.75 and includes a 100ml pump bottle of Cleanse & Polish, two muslin cloths, a 50ml bottle of the Skin Boost Tonic, and 50ml of the Eyebright Soothing Eye Lotion.

Liz Earle Beauty Icons Collection

Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser: I love it. Cleanse & Polish always leaves my skin clean, soft, and smooth, without any irritation.

Skin Boost Tonic: I love this. It's soothing and gentle, and removes any lingering traces of dirt and make up from the skin. The perfect product post-cleanse.

Eyebright Soothing Eye Lotion: I've seen blogger after blogger rave about this and, naturally, this made me curious. You apply it to a cotton pad and wipe gently over your eyes, and you can even leave it for 5-10 minutes if you want. The cooling effect is lovely in the morning and really helps to wake me up, although I don't think I would describe it as an essential; it's more like a fancy extra. I'll be using it before all my early morning lectures next term!

Have you tried any of these? Would you buy the Beauty Icons Collection? 

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