Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Limited Edition Cleanse & Polish.



After running out of every cleanser I own, I thought it was time I treated myself to a new one. After trying so many cleansers over the past year, I always end up doing back to Liz Earle C&P. So of course, I popped straight to the Liz Earle counter in John Lewis and spotted this limited edition festive cleanser. 

This version of C&P is Pink Pepper & Mint, and has a really gorgeous subtle scent. The packaging is so pretty and perfect for this time of the year and it just looks so sophisticated and chic. The cleanser itself is just as thick and creamy as the original and of course, does just as amazing job. 

I love this cleanser, I find it just ideal for dry skin, especially during this time of the year. But I've heard this is just as good for other skin types too. I think this is the ultimate all rounder and the limited edition is just something a little extra special. 

If you're looking for any last minute gifts, I would certainly recommend treating someone to this gorgeous cleanser. 

Katie xx
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5 comments

  1. OOOH!! I want to try this so much! I've had heard lots about this and everyone says it's great for dry skin! I might have to grab some when I'm next near a John Lewis! ;)

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  2. I love the cleanse and polish so I'm hoping this scent may arrive for me on xmas day !
    The packaging is cute isn't it !
    Hope your well :)

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  3. I agree this would make such a nice gift!! it is a classic, I love cleanse and polish but I'm yet to try a limited edition scent
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  4. The packaging is uber cute! Love it. xo

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  5. I adore the original cleanse and polish, and the scent of this sounds incredible but I would honestly buy it for the gorgeous packaging! I love it!

    Lilies and Lipbalm
    xx

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