Now you can actually buy this sample for £5.50 and you get a 30ml sample and a muslin cloth. The main thing that appeals to me about Liz Earle is that the products seem to be natural, with this cleanser it has rosemary, chamomile, cocoa butter and eucalyptus essential oil. This does have a strong smell of rosemary to it which i'm not a huge fan of but have got used to it after a few uses.
It looks like your average cream cleanser on first sight, when applied to the face it feels very smooth and pleasant. I used about two pea sized amounts to cover my whole face. It didn't sting when applied to the eyes and removed all make-up very easily. My favourite thing about it is how soft and fresh my face felt after using it just once. I was very impressed and didn't expect to like it more than the cheaper versions i've tried but I really do!
I would definitely recommend picking up Red magazine for £3.90 if you are thinking of trying this cleanser. The full size (100ml) costs £14.25 and comes with one muslin cloth. I do think I will buy the full size because I think it is worth the money.
Have you tried this cleanser, what are your thoughts?