You really can't go wrong with Liz Earle skincare. The products work, smell lovely and the packaging is very pretty and they don't break the bank.
The Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer* is a great toner and in this spray bottle it reminds me to Caudalie's Beauty Elixir, and is much better value at only £13 for 200ml. While this is a great product to keep in the fridge in the hot months for a refreshing boost, I've been using mine through winter to perk up my skin.
The Foot Spritzer* might not be the most glamorous present to give someone, but after all the running around of Christmas parties and present shopping fee, ankles and legs need some pampering too. It contain aloe vera, rosemary and peppermint essential oils. Great value too at £7.75.
I recently ran out of my No7 two phase eye make up remover so have been reaching for the Eyebright Soothing Eye Lotion*. While I think it's meant to be more of a 'treatment' for eyes, I've been using it to gently remove eye make up. I have quite sensitive eyes and it doesn't sting at all and even does a pretty good job with stubborn mascara. It leaves my eyes feeling clean and soothed. It's £10.25 for 150mls.
For anyone jetting off to the sun after Christmas, the Botanical Aftersun Gel* is a must have, formulated with 92% aloe vera, it soothes and rehydrates sun-exposed skin along with cucumber, lavender and Vitamin E. The 200ml tube will set you back £13.50, but a little goes a long way.
Liz Earle products can be found online here, in John Lewis and they've recently opened a counter in Boots at Westfield.