Product Type: Liz Earle body care
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Fresh and clean skin yes please
Liz Earle Skin Tonic
Member Name: Sweepy
Liz Earle Skin Tonic
Advantages: Natural tonic for you skin
I first came across Liz Earle when I was given a set for my birthday. My mother is a bit of a QVC addict so needless to say it was one of the offers of the day. Not that I am complaining.
For those that don't know who Liz Earle is she was a presenter many moons ago on the GMTV. She covered most of the health and beauty sections. With her best friend kim who she had known from since the 1980's she founded the company in 1995. The beauty with all her products is that they are all natural ingredients and don't cost the earth. All ages can use these products my boys when younger had teenage spots etc and this tonic really helped.
Right the product
Most of the Liz Earle range is a peppermint green colour, although the men's range is brown. The bottle is 200ml. The top is one of those twist tops with a small hole at the top for use. The front has a brief description and the Liz Earle logo on.
When to use.
Well this item is supposed to be used if you are doing the 3 step programme after using your cleanse and polish. To be honest any time i need a quick freshen up I have a quick cleanse with this item and instantly my skin feels revitalised. I put a couple of drops on a cotton ball and gently wipe in a circular movement around my face. As soon as you open the top you can smell the cucumber and aloe vera which definatley has an effect straight away on your skin. This toner brightens and smooths your skin as well as providing a fine layer of moisture.
Now I am hooked and yes I buy when on offer on QVC, you can buy online or some large department stores do still them ie John Lewis.
The price for the 200ml is approx £16 although this will last you a while.
Summary: A great boost to your skin