Aldi are bringing back their sell-out face mask – and it’s only £5.99


Aldi delighted fans when they introduced a purifying face mask last October, which proved so popular it sold out online before it had even hit the shops.

But if you didn’t manage to get your hands on one, fear not, because the bargain supermarket is bringing it back this Thursday!

The Pink Clay Mask, from Aldi’s popular Lacura beauty range, is priced at just £5.99, and claims to rid your skin of impurities to reveal a radiant and glowing complexion.

Pink clay can reduce inflammation and irritation which can cause acne, says Aldi, claiming that the 'miracle ingredient' also minimises blackheads and promotes elasticity for younger, clearer looking skin.

Aldi clay mask

When it was first released, some beauty fans noticed that the mask looks super-similar to a product already on sale from Aussie beauty brand, Sand & Sky, their Brilliant Skin Purifying Pink Clay Mask.

However, the Aldi product is a fraction of the cost of its higher-end alternative, which sells for £39 on most websites.

As if that wasn’t enough to cheer you up on a Monday, Aldi is introducing two brand new products to the Lacura Pink Clay skincare range.

Aldi hot cloth cleanser

The Lacura Pink Clay Hot Cloth Cleanser is great for all skin types and claims to give you ‘naturally healthy looking skin’ as it gently cleanses and exfoliates.

It contains cocoa butter, pink clay, Australian kakadu plum and extracts of bamboo, macadamia, mangosteen and pomegranate, all for just £3.99.

The second new product is the Lacura Pink Clay Exfoliating Face Scrub, £2.99, which says it will refine and mattify skin, leading to a noticeable difference in just two weeks.

Aldi face scrub

The products are also cruelty-free – which wins them huge brownie points in our books.

All three products in the Lacura Pink Clay range are available to pre-order online now, and can be bought in stores from Thursday April 18th.

As with any Aldi Specialbuys though, once they’re gone, they’re gone, so you’d better be quick if you want to get your hands on them. Race you to the shops!

Jenni McKnight is a beauty, lifestyle and entertainment journalist and a regular contributor to woman&home, having previously worked as Acting Senior Content Editor of our former sister site, CelebsNow. She has also written for HELLO! Magazine, GoodToKnow, the Daily Mirror and Yahoo!