Remove Halloween Make-Up with Liz Earle's Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser - #HelloClean

Friday 31 October 2014

A picture of Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
Happy Halloween everyone!  If you have plans to celebrate this weekend, make sure you have something in your bathroom that'll take all of that halloween make-up off when you get home.

There are only a tiny handful of make-up removers that I've tried that take off all make-up, including stubborn waterproof mascara, and Liz Earle's best selling and much loved Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser is a firm staple in my beauty stash.  This stuff takes off everything!

If you're new to C&P, it's a thick, creamy cleanser that you massage into dry skin over your make-up. It immediately breaks everything down, so that you can easily remove it all with a warm wash cloth/flannel or muslin cloth.  Simply rinse the cloth and repeat until everything is gone - super easy. Best of all, it's gentle on the skin and suitable to use on your children's (age 3+) halloween make-up too!

For Halloween make-up tips and tricks, and to see Cleanse & Polish work its magic in action, check out their latest Youtube video here.

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser* is available from various stockists including direct from

Hope everyone has a fun Halloween!

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  1. Cleanse and polishes was one of the first cleansers I ever purchased and I loved it! As a blogger though I like to try new things, but I always recommend this cleanser.

    1. Same, I'm always trying new cleanser because I just love skincare in general, but I always find that I have a tube of C&P in my bathroom :)

  2. I do love Cleanse and Polish, it always makes my skin feel soft afterwards :) I need to try some of their limited edition versions!

    Dannie x

    1. I really want to give their latest limited edition a go, the past ones have been so lovely! x

  3. I do like cleanse and polish but I find it not that great at getting off mascara!
    Allison from

    1. That's interesting - I find it just dissolves it straight off mine, but have heard a few people say they don't use it for removing mascara so you're not alone!


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