If you’re familiar with Aldi’s very own beauty range Lacura, you’ll know the brand strives to provide shoppers with affordable alternatives to high end products.
The affordable supermarket giant stocks dupes of pricey make up names like Nars, Benefit, Smashbox and Charlotte Tilbury.
Aldi also stocks Lacura replicas of gorgeous smelling Jo Malone products plus super similar imitations of luxury perfumes, like Marc Jacobs’ Daisy and Lancôme’s La Vie est Belle.
Now, Lacura has launched a brand new skincare line, available in Aldi stores and online.
The line of cell renewal focussed items promises to increase skin hydration within hours and reduce wrinkles, giving the appearance of smoother, silkier skin, while the Day Cream will provide protection against sunburn with SPF 15.
Cleverly named Cellsation, the three piece range features a day cream, a night cream and face wipes, and in true Lacura form, cost a fraction of the price of similar products on the market.
Starting at £1.29 for a packet of 25 Cellsation Face Wipes and reaching just £6.99 for a 50ml pot of Cellsation Day Cream or Night Cream, these luxurious skin treats could revamp your skincare collection without making too much of a dent in your finances.
Estée Lauder’s Revitalizing Supreme+ Global Anti-Ageing Cell Power Crème and Lacura’s Cellsation option make similar claims, but EstéeLauder’s could set you back up to £70.
Meanwhile, L'Oréal Paris Dermo Expertise Age Perfect Cell Renew Advanced Restoring Day Cream is priced at more than three times the price of Aldi’s, costing £24.99 from Look Fantastic.
Will you be giving Cellsation a go?
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