- Aldi expands its cruelty free Lacura beauty range with NEW Specialbuys
- New additions include the Blending Sponge (£1.49) and Moisture Complex Sheet Masks (1.99)
- Lacura’s Hot Cloth Cleanser will be returning to shelves
Wet, squeeze and pat your Blending Sponge (£1.49) with your CC Cream (£2.99) to achieve a streak-free look. The edgeless sponge has been designed to apply, buff and blend any liquid or cream formulation, delivering an all-over smooth and seamless finish. The droplet shape provides maximum control and quick and precise application. With the recommendation to replace your Blending Brush every three months, at just £1.49 you could buy one year’s stock for a fraction of the price of just one Original Beauty Blender (£17.00[i]).
Treat your skin to a little TLC with the return of Lacura’s sell-out Hot Cloth Cleanser (£3.99), designed to gently soften, tone and purify the skin with rosemary, chamomile, cocoa butter and eucalyptus oil. Massage onto dry skin and let the rich formula work its magic to remove makeup, clean out pores and cleanse the skin. Polish off the cleanser with a 100% muslin cloth that will leave the face feeling smooth and refreshed, and all for just £3.99. Lacura’s cleanser offers a massive saving of 80% compared to the 200ml luxury equivalent by Liz Earle (£28[ii]).
Say hello to Lacura's Moisture Complex Sheet Masks (£1.99 each), with three variants; pomegranate for sensitive skin, chamomile for dry and sensitive skin, and green tea for normal and combination skin. Inspired by the Korean skincare regime, skin will be super-hydrated in just 15 minutes. The 100% biodegradable bamboo fibres are infused with chamomile extract and hyaluronic acid, and at just £1.99 they offer a 33% saving on the Garnier equivalent (£2.99[iii]).
For the polished look, add a pop of colour to your nails with Lacura’s Gel Look Nail Polish and Gel Look Plumping Top Coat (£2.49 each). The chip-free polish is available in three eye-catching colours, including pastel and metallised tones. The polish also gives even coverage in just one coat and the Gel Look Plumping Coat adds an extra layer of protection whilst strengthening nails.
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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