I’m a big fan of Liz Earle’s classic cleanser – it easily removes makeup, the packaging is great, I love the smell. It’s almost perfect… However, sometimes I wince a bit at paying £14.50 for only 100ml of product. You all know how much I enjoy testing out dupes for you, and when I heard Aldi
As some of you may know, I’ve been trialling Liz Earle this month, and documenting the effect this has on my skin. I’m a fantastic test subject: I have whiteheads, blackheads, milia, and the ability to grow a rockin’ beard should the need ever arise.
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Why use an acid toner? I don’t know if you realise that Beauty Markdown is run by two people, one of us is a skincare novice whereas I use a frankly terrifying number of products each evening. I’ve always had okay-ish skin, sometimes it’s a bit dry, sometimes a bit spotty, but the one product that
This month I’m conducting the most expensive test we at Beauty Markdown have ever attempted. I am going to be using exclusively Liz Earle skincare products for 28 days and document the difference to my skin. I will be posting every week with updates, and I will review the products as I go.
Christmas might seem like it’s months and months away at the moment (it’s still relatively sunny), but brands aren’t wasting any time releasing their 2016 Advent calendars, and there are waiting lists ready for you to sign up to right NOW – in September, and there are even some available to buy. We’re pretty sure