|Man, I love a bargain!|
All of this with a load of naturally derived Vitamin E and horse chestnut extract, supposedly good for dry skin. I've never tried horse chestnut extract, so I'm looking forward to trying it out.
I must admit I've not tried this product, but the box is promising me 100% happiness guaranteed. According to the box this cleanser could lift all our moods, even in this turbulent economic climate. Two for £3.99 is certainly cheaper than any prescription I've paid for recently. When I do, I may even do a little versus , my Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish.
On the box this does say suitable for normal to dry skin. I also did check and this product contains four different parabens which I do try and avoid. If you're veggie/ vegan this product is good to go, and all you fellow bunny lovers will be pleased to hear Superdrug don't test on animals!
If you'd like a couple of these beauties pop down to Superdrug quick, before the offer runs out, as they've already sold out online.
Would love to hear your thoughts if you've tried this product? Are there any other good Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser alternatives?