Skin Care: Liz Earle At Home

23 July 2012

Its no secret that I'm a massive fan of Liz Earle. One of the first posts I ever did on this blog was a review of the Cleanse and Polish and Instant Boost Skin Tonic that you can read here. Since then I've been regularly repurchasing those two items, and so when an e-mail dropped in to my inbox announcing Liz Earle At Home parties being available in my area I rang up and booked straight away. Last Wednesday, myself and ten guests gathered in my living room along with two of my local Liz Earle experts. I haven't got any pictures from the actual party as I didn't wanna offend anyone by whipping the camera out, but basically a very spa-like atmosphere was created in my front room! A white table cloth sat on my little table covered with every single Liz Earle skin product as well as a selection of their make up in the center of the room, and the scent of the products quickly filled the room.

My little sister had a full facial demonstrated on her, which involved using the cleanser, toner, moisturiser, and some oils. As every product was applied to Dommie (check out her blog here) it was also passed around the room, so we gave ourselves mini facials and got to try everything out. Other products were passed round too - hand cream, treatment masks, etc. Every guest received 2 muslin cloths and a mini cleanse and polish to take home with them in a gorgeous Liz Earle bag, which I thought was a really nice touch as most of them hadn't tried anything by Liz Earle before! I was lucky enough to receive a full size cleanser, toner and moisturiser of my choice for hosting the party.

Initially a few of my guests were quite skeptical - they'd been to similar 'parties' before where products are forced on you, and you feel obliged to purchase. This was completely different though, it was made clear throughout that none of the staff were commission based, and and there was no pressure to purchase. As I'm such a massive fan though I ended up spending quite a bit on products I'd never tried until the party (5th photo), as I got the chance to test testing everything on my skin/hair etc to make sure I wasn't allergic, although I could've spent twice as much! I'll review the products individually once I've had chance to test them out properly. The delivery for any purchases made on the night was free to everyones home addresses, beautifully packaged as ever, and came with a free gift.

Basically I have nothing bad to say about my Liz Earle At Home experience - the staff were so friendly and helpful, and the products sell themselves. I know that both of my sisters are really keen to host parties for their friends now too, and I'll definitely be attending and enabling my addiction! You can find out more about hosting a party of your own here.


  1. This sounds so amazing, its such a shame most of my friends aren't into skin care so I don't have anyone to party with haha! Never mind, I really need to try Liz Earle!

  2. Oh I'd love to do something like this, but not sure any of my friends would be up for it! But this sounds amazing! x

  3. I really want to try some Liz Earle I'd love to attend on of these parties in my area and try out some of the products! Sounds great :)
    Daniella x

  4. Ooh, exciting, didn't know they were doing parties! I'd love to know how you get on with the Botanical Shine treatment and the Deep Cleansing Mask as I've been considering adding them to my trolley next time I need to replenish my LE Skincare.
    Mel x

  5. I have just found your blog and i cant get enough! It so beautifully set out and written. I can see it becoming a firm favorite of mine!
    I cant wait to see future posts from you :)

  6. I absolutely LOVE Liz Earle i've even managed to get my mum obsessed too.. it sounds amazing (the home visit i mean)

  7. A liz Earle party sounds amazing! I love everything I've tried. X

  8. Gah, your blog = amazing. I love Liz Earle and these parties sound incredible!


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