Liz Earle Nourishing Botanical Body Cream

I mentioned in my last Liz Earle review that despite my skin not having the best reaction to the cleanse and polish, I was so impressed with how friendly and personal the emails from the company were. After not really getting on with the product I wasn’t expecting to hear from them again but a few days later the lovely Laura asked if I wanted to try something that might be a bit friendlier to my sensitive skin and offered to send me the Nourishing Botanical Body Cream to try.
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She suggested that after my last experience it may be a good idea to do a skin test with the product so after doing this and not noticing any visible blotches I lathered it all over my legs the day after a shave (tmi?) one morning before heading off to work. I usually have quite dry and sometimes scaly skin around my knees and shins which gets a lot worse after they’ve been mauled by a razor, so I was pleasantly surprised when changing into my pyjamas that night to find most of them gone. I even had fairly soft skin and this is a rarity for my pins legs!
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The first thing I noticed about the product was the smell, it has a very fresh florally scent that hit me as soon as I started unwrapping the packaging. Once out of the bottle it does appear quite strong but as soon as it’s rubbed in you’re left with a clean feminine scent that dies down but is also quite long lasting.
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This moisturiser has a very thick consistency which personally I prefer, it may take longer to rub in and leave your hands quite shiny but I always wash them afterwards anyway, and I’ve found that the majority of lower end products can be quite runny and don’t usually end up doing the job as well.
Overall I rate the Body Cream a lot higher than the cleanse and polish but I am quite biased! It has really worked for me and it’s even starting to soften up my elephant elbows which is a feat not many can achieve.

20 comments :

  1. Looks like a great product!
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  2. This looks lovely, I'm dying to try some Liz Earle products!

    xoxo.

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  3. aaw that was nice of them, loved your last review and this is great too. You should try Crabtree and Evelyn products, their hand therapy is amazing xx

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  4. Aw, how nice of them to suggest something more sensitive-skin friendly. It can be such a 'mare finding great products when you have sensitive skin. Great review, this looks absolutely glorious! :)

    xo Samantha Grace

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  5. Laura really is lovely! Haha I have elephant elbows too... Attractive paire we are ;)
    Sophie
    x

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  6. great review, seems like you get quite alot of products as well, i wonder if it could ever live up to my "the righteous butter" by soap and glory.... hmmm :) lovely blog!.x

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  7. I think I'll have to try all this liz earle stuff, its so hyped, I need to get in on this! xxx

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  8. It sounds really good. I have quite sensitive skin on my face too, I think the cleanse and polish would leave me majorly blotchy! xx

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  9. I love Liz Earle... this looks brill xxx

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  10. This is a lovely product, and I love how it keeps your skin feeling moisturised the whole day.
    xo

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  11. Thanks for your comment, now following :) x

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  12. Looks like a lovely product. I think I need to try some Liz Earle x

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