Everyone's Comparing This £3.99 Aldi Cleanser To Liz Earle's Cleanse And Polish
When it comes to skincare, Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish is a product you can trust for soft, glowy skin, and we never travel anywhere without a bottle.
But with a price tag anywhere upwards of £26, it might not exactly be an affordable product for all of us. However, one of Aldi's latest Lacura beauty releases is being compared to the staple product, and it is £22 cheaper.
The Lacura hot cloth cleanser contains loads of similar products to the Liz Earle classic cleanser, such as rosemary, cocoa butter, chamomile, and eucalyptus oil.
This two-step cleansing product also comes with a muslin cloth to exfoliate your face with as well as the creamy balm to remove your make-up thoroughly.
Aldi says that this beauty product is suitable for all skin types, and even better, it's completely cruelty free.
The product also has glowing reviews on Aldi's wesbite, and at less than a fiver a bottle, you can't really go wrong.
This hot cloth cleanser isn't the only Lacura product that beauty bloggers are going wild for either, as one of Aldi's face muds is also being compared to a much more expensive luxury one.
The supermarket's Lacura Exfoliating Mud Mask is just £5.99 for a tub, and is being compared to GlamGlow's YOUTHMUD Tinglexfoliate treatment.
The latter product would usually set you back around £42 a pot, meaning the Aldi product is a much more purse friendly alternative at £36 cheaper.
Aldi's anti-ageing Lacura Exfoliating Mud Mask targets any wrinkles and minimises the appearance of pores and fine lines. It also promises to leave your skin more radiant, firmer, and revitalised.
It's full of gorgeous natural ingredients too, like witch hazel, red algae extract, clay and green tea extract.
All of these products were released as special buys last year, and are back this summer in the same aisle.
Aldi's also selling a coffee body scrub which is being compared to the gorgeous Frank Body original coffee scrub, which comes in at around £12.95.
The Lacura coffee body scrub is also vegan, but has a much cheaper £6.99 price tag.
The gorgeous product is available in three different delicious flavours - chocolate, coconut and orange - and will be perfect for scrubbing your skin before your next fake tan application.
Avocado, argan, coconut, sunflower and linseed oils all help lock in moisture after exfoliation.
If all these beauty products are worth the hype, you best get stocking up, because these won't be around for long, gals.
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