Monday, 3 September 2012

Special Edition Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish launches for The Prince's Trust

Launching this month is the scrummy Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Rose and Lavender Prince’s Trust Special Edition - a unique product resulting from a collaboration between one of the UKs leading beauty experts and Rebecca Taylor, a 26 year old entrepreneur supported by The Prince's Trust.

Liz Earle Beauty Co is the exclusive beauty partner for The Prince’s Trust Tomorrow campaign which launched back in spring. Tomorrow was created to inspire the next generation and is giving six Trust-supported young people simply the best start to a dazzling career by pairing them up with iconic mentors to create a product that will be retailed nationwide to raise funds for the Trust.

As if you needed an excuse to buy this product - the original Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser is easily the best best best around - £2.00 from every product sold is being donated to The Prince’s Trust’s vital work, helping young people into jobs and training. This special edition offers a little twist, with a unique blend of rose and lavender essential oils to Zen you out and relax your senses, helping to give you a good night’s sleep.

Mentor Liz Earle says “Liz Earle Beauty Co. has grown over the years by training young people and bringing new people into the business - so this is a natural campaign for us to get involved with. Rebecca has a great business that we think we can help, and I think she’s going to be a great investment both in time and energy. She’s also talking about who she can mentor in the future so you can see the long-term beneficial impact of the campaign. To be surrounded by creative, talented young people is very uplifting and I hope we get a sense of that with the Tomorrow campaign that others will relate to and want to join to help build a better, brighter future for us all.”

Other industry leaders fronting the national campaign include Zandra Rhodes, and iconic photographer Rankin, with an aim to inspire a generation facing record youth unemployment. Designer Wayne Hemingway, chef Gizzi Erskine and interior designer Kelly Hoppen are also supporting involved.

The Prince's Trust is a national treasure, having helped more than 700,000 young people since it's launch in 1976, and supporting 100 more each working day. Last year, more than three in four young people helped by The Trust moved into work, education or training. Here's to helping them achieve even more in the year to come!

The Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser Rose and Lavender Prince’s Trust Special Edition, £18.25 for 150ml, will be available from Liz Earle Stores, the Customer Centre on 01983 813913,, John Lewis, and on QVC.

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