Hello Everyone, today I'm taking a days break from make-up to share with you how I think these two cleansers match up against eachother! The Superdrug one is is something I've be using for getting on a year now and loving! The Liz Earle one has been something I'd looked up to and been curious of for about the same amount of time! I got it as a free gift with a magazine a few months ago, I think I tweeted about it!
Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
(£24 for 200ml)
To quickly mention it first, you can get smaller sizes down to 30ml which are obviously cheaper (I have a 30ml one!) but wanted to give you the price for a tube the same size as Superdrugs for a better price comparison! It has some great ingredients in it like Chamomile and Cocoa Butter to make your skin feel lovely. It really does my skin feels so so soft! And does clean you face pretty nicely, although I think the Superdrug one has the upper hand on make-up removal believe it or not!
Superdrug Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanse
(£5.99 for 200ml)
As you can see a lot cheaper and as I said it does have the upper hand on make-up removal. It doesn't have as much skin softening power, but still feels nice and soft after using. It doesn't quite live up to the natural ingredients of the Liz Earle one, but is vegan and not animal tested which is awesome! It is aimed at normal/dry skin which I wouldn't describe my skin to be but I still get on with it really well - this is my 5/6 tube! My OH has dry skin and also really likes it though!
I think it depends on what your willing to pay and what your looking for in your product. For me the Liz Earle one is pretty steep to pay just to make my skin really soft, especially since the Superdrug one makes my skin nicely soft! And for me it also has the upper hand on make-up removal. So maybe not a complete dupe as they have some subtle differences but 100% worth a try of the Superdrug one! Oh and the Superdrug one definitely comes with a muslin cloth and the Liz Earle one I got had one with it too!
Probably worth mentioning at the end that these are both products you apply to a dry face and then remove with hot water and a muslin cloth! That out the way I hope you enjoyed the comparison and that it helped some of you! Superdrugs Hot Cloth Cleanser is a serious Holy Grail for me - the first time I've said this! But anyway thanks for stopping by, H :)