I have heard so many bloggers say great things about the Vitamin E Range from Superdrug, especially their Hot Cloth Cleanser which is claimed to be a dupe for the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish. I am a massive fan of the Liz Earle cleanser, so I just had to purchase Superdrugs version to see whether these claims were in fact true.
I have been trying out this cleanser for the past few months now and I think I have finally reached my verdict on this cleanser. First of lets start by the packaging. The Hot Cloth Cleanser comes packaged in a 100ml tube, which is a generous size. It is a beige colour, which is plain and simple and fits with the theme of the rest of the range. It’s pretty standard, which is the case for most Drugstore own brands and doesn’t really scream out on the shelf, so can easily be missed. For a product like this I didn’t expect too much with the packaging and I know the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish has the same simple tube packaging for their 200ml cleanser, so maybe they wanted to duplicate this.
In terms of price, this 100ml tube retails for £4.99 which is a bargain for both the cleanser and a hot cloth. The Liz Earle cleanser retails for £16.50 for the 100ml pump and 2 hot cloths. So that is a price difference of £11.51 between the 2. I think the prices for both of these products are very reasonable and I am willing to pay anything under £20 for my skincare products.
The Superdrug version claims to deeply cleanse the skin, improve circulation in the face and leaving your skin both looking and feeling soft and radiant. I couldn’t agree more with these claims, my skin honestly feels so smooth from the Vitamin E and is glowing afterwards. It also removes my makeup with ease. I just apply a generous amount to my dampen skin, massage it in circles to begin to break down any makeup, especially around my eyes to break down the mascara, and then wash it all away with the muslin cloth. While Liz Earle’s version also claims the exact same things, it also states how it helps to remove dead skin cells to refresh the skin. It performs just as great as the Superdrug version.
After using the Superdrug cleanser, I have noticed how amazing my skin has been. I am prone to acne very easily but my skin has been amazing lately, except my time of the month but no good skincare is ever gone stop mother nature growing a second head on my face. I certainly have to thank this product for this, as it really has cleansed my skin and left it so hydrated.
I love both the Superdrug and Liz Earle cleanser, but I do have to say that the Superdrug cleanser has become my new favourite and is definitely a dupe for the Liz Earle. If you are on a low budget, then I would totally recommend you trying this cleanser, you won’t be disappointed.
Have you tried this cleanser? What did you think?
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