This is a bestseller for a reason. Besides the price, everything else about this cleanser is a wonderful experience - luxurious texture, heavenly scent and a gentle yet effective formula.
But it doesn’t come cheap, especially for something that’s going to stay on your face for no longer than a couple of minutes, so we bring you a drugstore dupe you might want to check out.
Great in taking makeup off your face and similar in texture, but only the fifth of the price compared to the Liz Earle one.
The packaging is not as good (aka no pump), and the scent is different and not as strong (which some people might prefer).
Although you might miss out on the spa-like feel you get with the Liz Earle cleanser, we think the Superdrug version is a good and effective alternative, especially for the friction of the price!
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