My every-day cleanser

I used to think breakouts, blackheads & craters of monstrosity were a thing of my teens.

But how wrong was I.

I’m now in my 20’s and as I’m writing this, I have sudocrem on my face.

Breakouts can be caused by a multitued of things such as:

  • a bad diet *puts the chocolate down*
  • stress
  • clogged pores (take that makeup off!)
  • hormones

I’ve tried everything to get rid of mine, but due to working full time and still wanting a social life – it can be hard to find something that’s quick, easy, and effective to use.

From trialing and testing nearly everything in the highstreet, my favourite product to get rid of my make up AND help my skin is….

Liz Earle’s – Hot Cloth Cleanser.

Honestly, I swear by this! It’s the perfect product to get rid of make up (even waterproof mascara!), whilst getting rid of dead skin cells AND tightening pores. The perfect all round treatment.

All you have to do is massage one or two pumps onto dry skin over face and neck, rinse the pure muslin cloth that comes with the hot cloth cleanser in hand-hot water and wring out before gently wiping off the cream.

Once all the product is off of your face, splash it with cool, clean water which helps to tighten pores.

I’ve been using this since December 2015 and my skin is noticeable clearer, and even when I do have an angry, red spot – it seems to calm it down.

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Let me know if any of you try this and how you get on – if you use a different treatment on your skin then I’d love to hear about it.

Please leave a comment below with more info 🙂

Lou-Lou London xox

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