If you’re looking for budget skincare that’s kind to animals, Aldi has launched its first ever vegan Lacura range.
Aldi’s new vegan skincare range features nine individual products, with prices starting at just £1.99. So you don’t have to break the bank if you want to ensure you’re buying cruelty-free cosmetics.
Shoppers will be able to pick up the new products from 23rd January. Everything in the range is made from 100 per cent natural ingredients, and they’re suitable for all skin types too.
The first product in the Lacura 100% Naturally Derived range is a day cream, for £5.99. According to Aldi, it ‘supports the natural balance of your skin with long-lasting moisture’.
The cream contains shea butter and coconut oil, promising to lock in moisture and keep skin hydrated.
Their eye cream is also enriched with shea butter and coconut oil.
It’s a great companion to the moisturiser and helps alleviate tired, puffy eyes Better yet - it costs just £3.99.
A good face wash is essential, and we can see the new £2.99 Lacura one being a staple in our bathroom cabinets.
It’s enriched with coconut and Sacha Inchi oils which nourishes and gently cleanses and it also provides daily hydration.
Team this with their £2.99 Face Scrub, which contains Sacha Inchi Oil and Sweet Almond Oil as well as apricot seeds to help with exfoliation.
It removes dead skin cells for a ‘clean and nourished look’.
Busy hands need some TLC too, which is why we can see their hand and nail cream going down a treat among shoppers.
Shea Butter and Sweet Almond oil helps to protect hands from the cold, and soothes and recovers dry hands.
We all love a good sheet mask when we’re in need of a pampering session, and the good news is Aldi will be stocking four brand new ones.
Made with completely vegan ingredients, you can choose from avocado, watermelon, ginseng or matcha.
The masks come in packs of two for £1.99, so a good excuse to stock up!
Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer specialising in TV, film and lifestyle content and has written for What's On TV, GoodtoKnow and Whattowatch.com. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases. In her spare time, she writes film and television reviews for JumpCut Online and her own blog, Lucy Goes To Hollywood.
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