Aldi re-release their sell-out £3.99 Miracle Cream which rivals Elizabeth Arden's Eight Hour Cream


Elizabeth Arden's Eight Hour Cream is one of those beauty products that has been raved about for years, and deservedly so.

So when we heard that Aldi were releasing their very own budget version of the cream - we were undeniably intrigued.

And their £3.99 Lacura Miracle Cream definitely won over customers, selling out super-quickly across Aldi stores and online.

But if you missed out, never fear, as the Lacura Miracle Cream is now back in stock! It's available again online for shoppers who didn't get one the first time around - and is thought to be widely available in UK stores too.

The Aldi Miracle Cream, which has been touted as a similar product to the hugely popular Eight Hour Cream, certainly sounds a lot like its high-end alternative.

Elizabeth Arden's award-winning product is somewhat of a cure-all - used for chapping skin, dry hands, sunburn, and even brow-shaping.

Aldi's £3.99 cream is said to 'soothe, protect and moisturise your skin', while also treating minor burns and scrapes - much like the original Elizabeth Arden product.

However, at just under £4, the 50ml tube is almost 77% cheaper than the high-end version, which sells for £22. Which sounds like a brilliant bargain to us...

And if the product's previous success is anything to go by, it's likely that this skincare treat will sell out again in record time.

The affordable retailer has become well-known for their budget alternatives to popular, high-end beauty products. In fact, fans regularly rave about their line of products rivalling Jo Malone.

Aldi have recently launched a whole range of other skincare products too, if you're looking to add to your collection.

Their Lacura Cellsation Night Cream, which sells for £6.99, promises to rejuvinate your skin and smoothe out fine lines and wrinkles. The anti-ageing cream, like the Miracle Cream, has already gone down so well, that it's sold out online. However, you can still pick it up in stores.

And the ever-popular Hot Cloth Cleanser, which is said to again rival Elizabeth Arden's own version, is also back in stock! The product, which is used to gently cleanse and exfoliate your skin, is on sale in Aldi stores nationwide now.

So which products will you be picking up?

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on