Review: Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish - Liz_Earle_Cleanse___Polish_Hot_Cloth_Cleanser review 1

Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish is quite a popular product in the beauty community thanks to the many awards it’s received over the years so after a bout of hormonal break out (forehead and temples), I decided to give it facial cleanser a try.

The Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish is essentially, two products in one; a pure muslin cloth and a plant-based cleanser free from mineral oil.

Made with purifying eucalyptus essential oil, toning rosemary plus soothing chamomile and cocoa butter, this Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish promises soft and radiant skin almost immediately.

How to use Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish

All you need is 2 pumps
All you need is 2 pumps

The product comes with instructions which is very easy to follow, the first step is to massage 1-2 pumps of Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser™ onto dry skin over face and neck, then work from the centre of the face outwards, gently spreading over eyelids last.

This should get rid of all manner of make-up including waterproof, mascara and daily grime.

The second step is to rinse the pure muslin cloth in hand-hot water and wring out before gently polishing off the creamy cleanser.

Finally, finish off cleansing by splashing the face with cool, clean water and follow with a toner then moisturiser.


  • There are a number of things I like about this Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish, the first being the fact that it does what it says on the tin. It really does get rid of all makeup and dirt every time. After use, you won’t find a stray mascara or eyeliner no matter how stubborn they are.
  • Secondly, depending on how hard you polish with the muslin cloth, it does get rid of dead skin as well. So when using the product, there’ll be no need to buy a face polish which is a plus.
  • Another reason why I like the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish is because it’s a less messy way to cleanse the face. All you need is two pumps of the cleanser, you won’t have to deal with foam or using so much water that you have wet top (blouse) at the end of cleansing.
  • Also, skin is smooth and clearer after a couple of uses which is after all the whole point of cleansing. Suffice to say, any annoying acne due to hormones or clogged pores disappeared after the first week.
  • It is also cost effect when you do the math. For such an effective product, £15 is not a big price to pay for clear, blemish free skin, and considering all you need is 2 pumps for the face and neck; the product lasts longer than most of its competitors.

The Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish gets a thumps up from us. It is worth a try if you need a good, no hassle facial cleanser.

The pure muslin cloth is also easy to care for, just place in a 30°C wash every few days and allow to air-dry naturally.

The Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish comes in 50ml and 100m. It’s available at most beauty stores. Prices start from £15.

Visit the website for more information.

About Elsie Boat

Hi, I’m Elsie, the writer, editor, and all-round wordsmith of this blog. I’m a lifestyle journalist and copywriter, and have been writing about beauty and lifestyle for 10+ years.

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