Beauty entrepreneur Liz Earle has taught her eldest daughter Lily to always remove her make-up before bed.
Liz Earle has passed on her beauty tips to her daughter.
The skincare expert - who set up the Liz Earle Beauty Co. in 1995 - has taught her eldest daughter Lily to use the right products for her skin type and most importantly to always remove her make-up before bed.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I hope I've taught her not to be obsessive about her looks, as there are bigger issues in life that need our focus. Like me, Lily has very sensitive, eczema-prone skin, so I've taught her to always use her Cleanse & Polish cleanser, never to use anything that foams on her face and to always take her make-up off at night!
''She went through a few rebellious teenage years when she didn't do this, but she does now concede that her mother was right all along... She now writes a brilliantly inspiring fashion and beauty blog of her own, DeeperDazzle.com, that has a very grounded point of view.''
Liz is a firm believer in the power of a simple skincare routine and insists there is no need to invest in expensive products and procedures.
The beauty businesswoman explained: ''There is a common misconception that you have to invest in lots of expensive, time-consuming products to look your best. I disagree - a simple routine using a botanical cleanser, gently removed with a hot muslin cloth to exfoliate and speed skin cell renewal, topped with a moisturiser rich in skin-plumping plant oils are two of the simplest yet most important skincare steps you can take every day.''
For more advice and tips on wellbeing from Liz Earle, head over to www.lizearlewellbeing.com.
For more details and tickets to the LiveTwice candlelit carol concert and a chance to meet Liz and the Wellbeing team please visit www.livetwice.org/shop/christmas/candlelit-carols-adult/
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