Review Liz Earle Intensive Nourishing Treatment Mask

Ingredient Review Liz Earle Intensive Nourishing Treatment Mask

There is one thing that is a national obsession in the UK and that is the weather. The past few days have been a little on the chilly side which means I need to consider making changes to my skin care routine. My eczema hates cold weather so I need to treat it with TLC. One product which I have been using is Liz Earle Intensive Nourishing Treatment Mask.

Liz Earle was one of the earlier brands I discovered on my Green Beauty journey. Like most people I was introduced to Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser which really changed the way I washed my face. I'm now a big fan of the muslin cloth for removing cleansers. The more my knowledge has expanded I realised that Liz Earle products are not as "clean" as one would hope for depending on what ingredients you choose to avoid. This will be my last tube of Intensive Nourishing Treatment mask because it does contain parabens, talc and perfume. 

I decided to continue to offer a mini review because not all readers will share the same feeling about ingredients. I've used the mask from time to time when my skin is at its driest. After cleansing, you apply a layer of the mask onto your face, then leave it to absorb for about 10-15 minutes. Once time has passed if you have any residue left you simply wipe it off. I can't deny that this mask gives my skin a boost and injects moisture as I'm left with glowing skin that feels soft and nourished. 

As I mentioned Liz Earle is a company that I no longer wish to support not only for the ingredients but they sold to Avon and then Walgreens Boots Alliance (owner of Boots). This put doubts in my mind about supporting parent companies where there are questions over animal testing.