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Bring on the Hype

Some products in the world just don't live up to the hype. Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish is not one of those products... for me at least. I was really nervous the first time I used it, you hear horror stories of products burning your skin and Liz Earle is so expensive compared to what I'm used to buying on the high street I was a bit scared to invest. But when Katrina from Sugafix (who has literally become a Fairy Suga-mother to us FABB girlies and I love her muchly!) said that Liz Earle had offered to send us some samples I quickly snapped up the chance! And I'm very happy to say I loved. I loved the tingles on my skin when I first applied it. I loved genuinely feeling that my skin was clean. And I loved that combined with my Monu Recovery Balm my skin was looking flawless!

Then the sample ran out. and it was a sad day because I was on a spending ban and couldn't justify it when I had so many other products to use up. Then things got all kismet. My spending ban was temporarily lifted last friday, I was on the market for some facial cleanser AND a wee email dropped in to my inbox. It told me the following: 

Hi Rebecca,
I hope you have been well!

I just wanted to let you and know about a fantastic offer we have launching for Cleanse & Polish fans next week! We will be selling our beauty icon at its original launch price of £9.50, instead of the current price of £14.25 – making an impressive saving of £4.75.......

Wait ... what?! THIS IS PERFECT! 

So the offer starts Wednesday 22nd May and is available at Lizearle.com and via their Customer Centre (01983 813 913) and is available until Friday 25th May, or while stocks last. So I don't know about you guys but I'm going to be hitting them up tomorrow... and then restarting my spending ban... oh well, was good while it lasted.



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  1. I saw this wee offer and have decided it's too good to pass up! Definitely going to make my first Liz Earle purchase first thing tomorrow :)

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