Liz Earle Christmas Releases

Every year I get excited for Liz Earle’s Christmas launch. I normally end up trying the latest Limited Edition Cleanse & Polish, but this year I wanted to try more in the range and embrace my winter skincare!Liz Earle Christmas Releases

As you may know if you watch my Youtube channel, or read my blog Liz Earle has been a massive part of my skincare routine for some years now. I started off with the Cleanse & Polish and now have an extensive range of products ranging from moisturisers to their perfume. I’ve always been brought up around Liz Earle and Christmas is super easy in my family as we all love it! I love how natural all the products are and how ethical they are. Plus there are always great offers to be had on the website, so I like to bulk order when they have a great offer on. So what new products have Liz Earle launched this year?

Liz Earle The Winter Icon Sweet Orange & Clove Cleanse & Polish™ Gift Set £22.75

The Limited Edition Cleanse & Polish always get me excited every year, this year is the turn of Orange & Clove. It works the same as the normal Cleanse & Polish but comes in a festive gift set and is perfect for any Liz Earle fan. It comes with two gold lined muslin cloths inside, and a 150ml bottle. This on average lasts me about 8 weeks so it does save you some money by buying the bigger Cleanse & Polish. This is personally my favourite Limited Edition as I love the sweet subtle fragrance of Orange & Clove, I’m just hoping they keep this one running past Christmas!

Liz Earle The Botanical Collection Soothing Lavender Skincare Gift Set £32.50

This gift set is one of the new additions to the Christmas line, complete with a 150ml Lavender & Basil Hand Repair, 200ml Nourishing Botanical Body Cream & a notebook I know my Mum for example would love this for Christmas. Sold separately these products would cost over £40 so even if you just wanted to stock up for yourself your saving money! I personally love the Hand Repair range as they are so hydrating and the fragrances are very natural and floral.

Liz Earle Superskin™ Treatment Oil for Body, 100ml £35

I’ve tried a few products from the Superskin range now and absolutely love them. It is aimed at a slightly older audience than myself as I am blessed to not need any anti-aging products as of yet. Treat yourself to visibly smoother, supple and more toned skin with Liz Earle’s luxuriously decadent treatment body oil. It’s formulated with Alaria esculenta to visibly firm, plus their Superskin™ botanical blend of cranberry, borage and rosehip seed oils, this rich, nourishing treatment oil delivers a ravishing ritual that helps boost the appearance of gorgeous skin. I have been applying this after shower’s and not only has it helped prolong my fake tan, it has left my skin feeling firm and very nourished. I normally stay away from oils only because my skin is quite oily anyway and I fear I will break out in spots, but I haven’t had any problems and with this cold weather it’s great to have a beautiful smelling oil to hydrate my skin with.

You can visit the John Lewis website here and view the entire Liz Earle Christmas range. A massive thank you to the Liz Earle team for sending me some of the Christmas range to try and include in this post. Please do let me know your thoughts and whether you’ve tried Liz Earle before in the comments section below.

Liz Earle Christmas Releases

Emma xx
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