Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer - Review

Let me just start by making it clear that im a massive fan of Liz Earle skin care, i love there Hot Cloth Cleanser and would love to try more of there products (ive got my eye on there Skin repair light moisturiser) and this for me was another clear winner. Ive never really gotten into refreshing mist products before as ive always been under the illusion that there not worth the money and that they don't really do an awful lot. However after trying this im intrigued to test out more and see if there all as good as this or at least come close.

To start with this small 30ml bottle cost just £5.25 and lasts me a good couple of months. I personally don't use it everyday, mainly on no makeup days. Due to the fact that i feel the spritz is more of a spray than a fine mist. This doesn't affect it in any way other than its proberbly best not to spray it over a full face of makeup. I literally just spray around three times all over my face and then pat it into my skin.

Containing Aloe Vera this calms the redness in your skin and makes it feel soft, the cucumber refreshes and cools whilst the Vitamin E acts as a natural antioxidant and helps repair and protect the skin. I defiantly see an improvement in my skin when ive used this as it looks healthier and feels softer. And will continue to re-purchase.

Have you tried this product? If so what were your thoughts ...   

12 comments:

  1. love your blog! i have this at home aswell, and i also have the cleanse and polish duo.
    http://thestrikingcat.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. this sounds amazing.
    i have a very basic skin care routine because iv been having
    problems with breakout recently, im only using aloe and almond oil.

    this sounds amazing though!

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    1. this is a really basic product and has really helped in making my skin appear clearer so i would give it a go :)

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  3. This looks really good, especially if it can combat red skin :)

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    1. I wouldnt say that it gets rid completey but it defiantley helps x

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  4. this sounds really lovely!

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  5. I never really got into Liz Earle. I do like the cleanse and polish but it never really really hooked me. I almost wish it did!
    Followed you ;) Nice blog. x

    http://www.beautybook13.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Yeh i know what you mean as i have a few friends that use it but don't think its anything special and thankyou x

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  6. Great Post:) I love this product too. I bought the full sized bottle but in the future I'll probably more than likely go for this size xx

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    1. Yeh i find that this size lasts long enough especially as i dont wear this every single day :)

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