This post has been long long long overdue what with me being a bit rubbish keeping on top of things but for the past year or so these two have been my go to products and I thought it was about time I shared these two with you guys!

I will start off by saying my skin is pretty difficult to keep happy. I have normal to oily skin which can be pretty dehydrated a lot of the time too especially as the temperature gets colder. It is also pretty sensitive and will have a massive strop and break out or dry out completely with not much in between and I also suffer a bit from hyper pigmentation so I’m always a bit apprehensive about trying new products. However, I have been unable to go wrong pairing these two up and it’s even sorted my monthly skin freak out.

What I do is I use the Liz Earle Cleanser and Polish to remove my make up if I’m wearing any that day, I use a flannel with it instead of the muslin cloth because I just think it feels nicer and then follow up with the Neutrogena Visibly Clear Pink Grapefruit Scrub (or the wash which is just as great). Some days I will skip the Liz Earle if say, I wasn’t wearing make up as it’s pretty pricey (for some reason I seem to get through a tonne) and just wash my face with the Neutrogena scrub.

I cannot fault either of these apart from if I’m having a dry skin day the scrub can be a bit to harsh and so I just use the cleanse and polish but aside from that paired together these are amazing and I love them and my skin if a whole less rubbish so everyone is happy. Only took me 22 years!!

Have any of you guys tried these?



  1. October 6, 2013 / 9:47 pm

    ah I was so happy to see a post from you Gia. Hope you're well. I've never tried either of these but I'm really interested in the Neutrogena one, it looks nice.x

  2. October 7, 2013 / 7:07 pm

    Great post! I've used both of these in the past and you've just reminded me of how great they are! Ill be repurchasing when my current cleansers run out!

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