10 Products to Treat & Cover Post-Christmas Skin
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Liz Earle Revitalise Shower Time
Liz Earle Cleanse & Soothe Collection
Liz Earle Together We Shine
Liz Earle The Winter Escape
Liz Earle The Daily Refresh
Liz Earle Intensive Nourishing Treatment
Liz Earle The Liz Earle Classic
This impressive British beauty brand has been earning its cult status since it was founded in 1995 – and rightly so. Using only the finest naturally active ingredients, the Liz Earle Naturally Active Skincare brand has developed a plethora of products that improve the health of skin and hair. Renowned for being the best-kept British beauty secret since 1995, founders Liz and Kim bring an array of knowledge and expertise on botanicals to each and every product, ensuring quality is kept throughout.
Liz Earle work closely with their natural ingredient farmers and growers to ensure that only the best ingredients and botanicals are used. This extra level of effort is what sets Liz Earle apart, making them one of your favourite skin care brands.
With products that cater to all ages and skin types, you can discover the power of good skin every day.
Why We Like Liz Earle
"We can’t mention why we love this brand without name dropping their cult-followed Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, but this brand has far more to offer than just that. Of course, we love their cult classics, but our current fave is the Liz Earle Brightening Treatment for seriously glowy results. Jam-packed with a whole host of botanicals, Liz Earle is the go-to brand for skin care remedies that do exactly what they say on the tin."
Ellie Child, Editor
Frequently Asked Questions about Liz Earle
Do Liz Earle test their products on animals?
Their product line is 100% cruelty-free. As such, Liz Earle never tests products or formulations on animals.
Are their products free from alcohol?
Liz Earle avoid using alcohol as an ingredient in their products when possible.
What country are these products made in?
They produce their products in the UK.