I’ve been going round in circles with my skin routine for what feels like forever. Trying drugstore skincare then high end then just completely leaving my skin alone and it’s safe to say, it’s been a bumpy ride.
If you’ve followed me for a while you will know I’m always raving about Liz Earle skincare, particularly their Cleanse and Polish which has saved my skin on so many occasions and more recently, their Gentle Face Exfoliator which has become a holy grail product for me. Both products work like a dream on my skin and since I haven’t found the perfect moisturiser yet, I thought I’d give the Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser a whirl.
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I opted for the dry/sensitive moisturiser as the cold weather and indoor heating over the last few months has dried out my skin so bad, I am legit like a reptile and it’s gross. Also my skin can be quite sensitive and easily react to different products with rashes and break outs so it was the best option for me. I can also gives the thumbs up of approval for anyone with sensitive skin who wants to try this out, it didn’t cause me any problems or irritability! It’s worth noting that you can also pick up the Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser for normal/combination or oily/combination skin.
The ingredients are very natural including borage and avocado oil, echinacea, vitamin E and beta-carotene which are supposed to replace lost moisture. I think it’s probably down to these ingredients to why the moisturiser smells so fresh, clean and not overpowering. I swear all Liz Earle products smell so fricken good!
It feels really soothing when you apply it and the formula feels quite quick compared to previous moisturisers that I’ve used so I definitely prefer to use this at night rather than in the morning before I apply my makeup. If you’re not one for creams that take a while to sink in then I doubt this is the one for you. It really hydrates my skin and clears up any dry patchy areas around my cheeks or forehead so my base for makeup is smooth. I don’t find it greasy or oily either which I think is common in moisturisers for dry skin so it’s refreshing to put something on my skin that doesn’t leave it overly shiny but still give a natural glow.
As for the price, £20 ain’t cheap. BUT because I know it works I’m happy to spend that every few months and it’s a great little top up for my Boots points anyway with a cheeky double points voucher!
The Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser is 100% here to stay and if you’re bored of trying different moisturisers and just want one, this is it! I can’t imagine I’ll be introducing another moisturiser into my routine anytime soon and feel so happy to have finally found the perfect one. Next up on my Liz Earle wishlist in the skin tonic which I have seen so many people rave about so it’s definitely about time I try it!
Have you tried any Liz Earle products before?