Its true, that my acne/white heads problem has been reduced to 5% from 100%. I occasionally get pimples on face when there is some extra exposure to bright sunlight and sebum secretion as a result. To overcome it, I got my hands on Liz Earle Deep cleansing mask. Continue reading to find out about its efficacy.
- It comes in a bone white squeeze tube. I got the starter kit that contains 2 sponges-100% cellulose, a beautiful zip-up kit bag and a 75ml clay mask tube.The mask is greyish-green with a strong pungent botanical smell.It feels a medicated product. It bears a thin and a fine consistency. I felt no difficulty in spreading it on my face.
- Sponges are UK made. Since they are 100% cellulose, you will notice an obvious difference in its size after the first use. However, it will regain its size when you put it back in water to use it next time. Don't be worried to see it hard and shrunk after it gets dry. It will be OK as soon as you make it wet again.
- Zip up kit bag is beautiful and China made- Matches the tube in colour. It is slightly different than the cleanse and polish kit bag with a net fabric on one side.
Advantages of Kaolin Clay
- Oil balance abilities
- Deep cleansing abilities
Find out below that how you can use it according to your own skin concerns.
- As a Cleanser
- As a Disinfectant
Other ingredients include Manuka honey,organic Aloevera and Propolis to help soothe and purify your skin. It is suitable for combination, oily or problem skin. However, it is not suggested to people with sensitive skin type.
75ml starter kit for £14.00
Pros and Cons
- Deep cleanses the skin
- Heals pimple and acne
- Removes excess oil
- Soothes irritated skin
- Keeps skin glowing and fresh
- Attractive packaging
- Everything needed, available in just one kit
- 100% cellulose sponges.
- Strong pungent smell
No matter what your skin issue is. Whether you want to control oil secretion or want to get rid of acne- Liz deep cleansing mask is your best friend. However people with really active acne must consult their dermatologist first.