Thursday, 26 March 2015

Liz Earle Skincare Haul

A while ago, my skin had a major freakout. Going crazy, spots appearing left right and centre. I was even getting them on my nose which never ever ever happens. Ever. The only thing that seemed to help was the Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic which was an absolute saviour! I started running low and that meant that a little order was on the cards. They have some great offers on at the moment, so its worth checking out the website!

Whilst repurchasing the Instant Boost Skin Tonic, I decided to repurchase the famous Cleanse and Polish which I have had in the past and loved completely! Once I saw I had a few things piling up in my shopping basket, I decided to get one of the monthly offers/bundles which contained pretty much everything I wanted to buy. 

The bundle included the large tube of Cleanse and Polish, the full size Instant Boost Skin Tonic, the Eyebright Eye Lotion, the Skin Repair Moisturiser and the Superskin Concentrate facial oil rollerball. With my order, Liz Earle also threw in the travel size Instant Boost Skin Tonic, travel size Cleanse and Polish and a sample of the Superskin Concentrate. I got such a lot for the money I spent. I got over £100 worth of products for just over £50!

I am a big lover of all things Liz Earle, so if you lovely readers have any product recommendations for me give me a shoutout!
Thanks for reading!
Love Charlotte x

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  1. Lovely post, I'm such a Liz Earle fan too! I recommend their Deep Cleasing clay facemask too, it's brilliant when I get any spot breakouts/my skin is feeling greasy.

    Rebecca xx

    1. Thank you! Oooh I'll be sure to check that out next time I make an order! Thanks for the recommendation! X

  2. Hi! Random question- what camera do you use or which ones would you recommend?-- your photos are so professional and clear, and I'm desperate to buy myself a proper camera for my degree! Also, discovered your blog today, and it's pretty awesome :)
    -- Ash Cam |

    1. Hi Ashleigh! I use a Nikon D3100 with the standard lens that comes with it. Then I use Adobe Photoshop CS6 extended to retouch them. I recommend this camera if you are looking for a cheap/good all rounder. I got mine for my Photography A-Level and it worked perfectly! X


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