Neroli seems to be an oil that my skin really agrees with as I still find the Superfacialist Neroli Oil the most balancing for my skin as it seems to have a generally calming effect. Having said that, when the newest product arrived from the brand, the Liz Earle Superskin Moisturiser with Natural Neroli, I wasn’t that excited, which is unusual for me as I love Liz Earle products, but I think it’s because I felt it wasn’t the sort of product my skin would respond to.
Happy to be proved wrong, this is actually a lovely cream that’s just right in terms of consistency and hydration delivery. It’s very much a Goldilocks cream in that it isn’t too rich so it won’t flood skin types with oily bits, but it’s also really moisturising so it won’t leave dry skin feeling parched – I’d go as far as to say that it’s the sort of cream most skin types would get on well with, apart from maybe the extremely oily, plus the extremely dry would need something underneath; I personally use an oil followed by this in the evening.
The Liz Earle Superskin Moisturiser with Natural Neroli is pretty much a super-charged take on the original Superskin, with this one being designed for dryer or more mature skin types, but as I’ve proved, having used it for a couple of weeks day and night, it gentle enough for tricky skin like mine that is neither mature nor dry, just spot-prone and dehydrated. It works into the skin quickly, doesn’t bit or roll no matter how much you apply and I’m really impressed with it. The picture 50ml jar is £39 which is fairly reasonable in my opinion, but one thing I *love* about Liz Earle is how they offer sample sizes of their products so you don’t have to commit to spending a fortune on something your skin might not agree with. There’s a 15ml sample jar of this for £14.50; both sizes can be found here – link.