I’ve always been a fan of Liz Earle products, it all started with my mums 90’s QVC obsession, she bought one LE face wash and that was me hooked!
The Cleanse & Polish, Hot Cloth Cleanser is a favorite of mine. All Liz Earle products are made with natural ingredients and included in the Cleanse & Polish are: cocoa butter, rosemary, chamomile, hops and eucalyptus. All of these ingredients are to help soften, moisturise, tone and purify.
This is super easy and quick to do, apply all over face and neck, take the muslin cloth, rinse in hot water, use the cloth to wipe the cream off and finally give your face a splash with cold water. Afterwards your skin looks healthy and soft, honestly it’s amazing how good your skin looks and feels afterwards.
So ladies and gents, if you’re looking for some seriously good looking skin, give this a go, you won’t be disappointed!
Recently, I have been spending some of my hard earned cash on haircare and beauty products, all of which I have purchased from my work.
Now, I am all for beauty on a budget and when these products arrived I couldn’t resist (I also get 10% off everything which makes it even better!).
My most recent buys have been –
OSIRIS AVISÈ – COLD CREAM, Cleansing Cream
Argan Oil – Heat Defence Leave in Spray
Argan Oil – Hair Treatment
Argan Oil – Shampoo & Conditioner
OSIRIS AVISÈ – CC Cream in Natural & Tanned
Cien – Make Up (Foundation in 1 Natural)
All of these products were under £3, which is an ABSOLUTE STEAL! The great thing is, is that because these are so cheap you don’t feel like you have burned a hole in your pocket!
As with most of the things my store sells, these little beauties will not be around for long and once they’re gone, they’re gone!
I will say that all these products work a treat for me, however everyones skin is different and these may not work for other folks, so do check the ingredients to make sure that they will work for you.
Since moving into the house, getting a kitten and the change of job has meant that I cannot spend a small fortune on beauty products. I’m normally a bit of a high street girl, but will invest in some expensive products now and again, however I am completely in love with the Cien products which I have been buying from my work. I have bought the nail polish £1, mascara £1, moisturiser £1.99, shampoo 75p and conditioner 75p, hand cream £1.99, body moisturiser £1.99, nail polish remover £1.99, deodorant 99p and they are AMAZING! The make up range is pretty good for everyday wear, they also have lip gloss, lipstick and foundation, the colours are limited however that shouldn’t put you off. There is a selection of moisturisers too and I have gone for 24 moisture as the winter wind does no good for my skin!
The biggest thing for me however, is the shampoo and conditioner. After years of dying, straightening and curling my hair, it is now quite dry and brittle, I have tried LOTS of brands and even spent a small fortune on products to help fix my hair and the Cien products have proved to leave my hair shiny and silky smooth. The results were instant and bloody amazing, it’s crazy to think how cheap they are! A definite must buy.
If you’re looking for beauty on a budget then pop into your nearest Lidl store and pick them up and see for yourself!
That is the question.
Yet again I am looking to change my hair colour, I have been blonde for nearly 9 months, it’s nice and I do like it, however it’s a complete pain to maintain and I am missing my brown locks. I am even considering cutting a fringe back in…
This is my hair at present –
And this is what I’m looking at going back to – (Maybe not as dark)
I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO?! If I were to go back to being a brunette and decided that I wanted to go back to blonde months later then it would just be a right pain in the backside having to strip and then bleach the hair before applying the desired colour.
Who am I kidding, I will be back to brown in the next couple of weeks…
Hello! I’m back and to show you that I’m back here is a picture of my face.
I have a lot to write about which will be in a different post, so stay tuned!