‘Day off’ morning skincare routine, using a tonne Liz Earle products! (ad)

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I realise I only ever feature evening skincare routines on this blog, and with the summer holidays coming up I will be able to get back into a proper morning skincare routine. Term time means I get up at 5.30am for work, so there is no chance I’m going to be doing a full routine before getting ready at that ungodly hour. However, when I’m not at work I like to take a little bit of time in the mornings to make sure my skin is feeling its best.

I start off by cleansing my face with the Liz Earle Cleanse & Glowβ„’ Transforming Gel Cleanser (read more about it here) and my face cleansing device. My Foreo mini recently died so I have been using an amazon alternative which to be honest does the same job.

If my skin is feeling a little dull I like to use an exfoliator to buff away any dry patches and wake up my skin. I’m currently using the Liz Earle Superskin Microdermabrasion Polish (which I spoke more about in this post). This is a 3-in-1 chemical exfoliation polish that has a unique exfoliating formulation, using natural AHAs to gently remove dulling surface debris revealing noticeably brighter, smoother skin. You simply rub it in, leave for a few minutes and wash it off, and you’re left with the smoothest skin afterwards.

Liz Earle have brought back their Instant Boost Skin Tonic in it’s original form! Customers voiced their opinion and the Liz Earle team took action and have released their original formulae. I used to use this back in the day, before the change, so I’m very happy with this news. This has been my go-to daily toner for the past few weeks and it does exactly what it says – instant skin boost!

There is a fantastic offer on at the moment where you can get 20% off your Instant Boost Tonic + 2 Free Reusable Face Pads when you click through this link and use code TONIC2 at checkout. This offer ends midnight on Tuesday 26th July 2022 so don’t miss out!

I have been a big fan of this eye cream recently. I think I do prefer the E.L.F one I spoke about in another post, but this one comes in close. It’s by Revolution and feels lovely under the eyes, and definitely helps awaken them. I find it works great under makeup too and doesn’t make it go flaky which I’ve found some products do.

Lastly I use a moisturizer either as a final step or under my makeup, depending what I’m doing that day. If I’m not wearing makeup I will usually go for the Liz Earle Pro-Biotic Balancing Day Cream, which is a super lightweight cream that boosts and strengthens the skin’s moisture barrier. I spoke more about this product in this post. This is a really comfortable product and doesn’t feel heavy or greasy on the skin.

I know I’ve used a lot of Liz Earle products in this post but honestly I can’t fault them. They’ve always worked well for me and I’m grateful to have the chance to try new releases when they come out.

Have you tried any of these products? Let me know what you think!

Until next time

XOX

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  1. I’ve never used any Liz Earle products before but I have always heard good things about them so maybe I should really get to trying them out. I’m looking to create a new skincare routine so this is the ideal time to switch things up a bit!

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  2. I haven’t heard of Liz Earle products, but the sound amazing! I have been looking for a microdermabrasion product so I will have to see if I can get this in the US. πŸ™‚

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