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16 Mar 2018

  • Inspired by leading beauty brands NEW Miracle Cream and Glycolic Cleansing Pads arrive instore on Thursday 8th March
  • The Lacura Miracle Cream costs just £3.99, 77% less than a similar leading luxury brand’s Eight Hour Cream
  • The Lacura Glycolic Cleansing Pads cost £2.49, 80% less than the Nip and Fab Glycolic Daily Cleansing Pads                                                                                                
Lacura lovers – it’s set to be a good spring. This March, supermarket Aldi is launching two NEW and versatile products, the Lacura Miracle Cream (£3.99) and the Lacura Glycolic Daily Cleansing Pads (£2.49), comparable to premium heroes. Along with a range of new Lacura makeup, the two new products will be available to pre-order online from Sunday 4th March and instore from Thursday 8th March as Specialbuys. But be quick - as with all Specialbuys, once they’re gone, they’re gone.
  • Inspired by Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream (£18.00)1, Lacura’s new cream is a miracle indeed. Costing £3.99, 77% less than the Eight Hour Cream, the Lacura Miracle Cream works to protect, moisture and soothe normal, dry and irritated skin - leaving you feeling wonderfully smooth. That's not all, it can also be used to soften chapped lips and aid dry cuticles.
  • The new Lacura Glycolic Cleansing Pads are also a beauty steal. Just as the Nip and Fab  Glycolic Daily Cleansing Pads (£12.95)2 do, the Lacura cleansing pads work to refine, re-texture and resurface the skin, providing a brighter, more radiant looking complexion. With a price tag of £2.49 per tub, Lacura’s cleansing pads cost 80% less than the Nip and Fab product.
  • As well as the new Lacura Miracle Cream and Lacura Glycolic Cleansing Pads, the Lacura Argan Day and Night creams (£2.99 each) and a selection of Lacura makeup will also be available. The makeup Specialbuys include: a new  Illusion 2 in 1 Foundation (£5.99), comparable to Lancome’s Teint Visionnaire (£40.00); a collection of Lacura Concealer Pens (£2.99), inspired by YSL’s £25 Touche Eclat Highlighting Pen3; and a range of Lacura Mascaras (£2.49), which have you covered whether you love a 3D effect or a volumizing brush.
Did you know? Aldi’s Lacura range is Leaping Bunny certified. One of the few supermarkets across UK and Ireland to guarantee its beauty ranges are not tested on animals, Aldi’s Leaping Bunny certification from Cruelty Free International confirms that no own brand Lacura beauty products are tested on animals.
The only globally recognised certification for cosmetics, personal care and household cleaning products, the Leaping Bunny is awarded when a genuine commitment to no animal testing is demonstrated by a company.
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