We can all benefit from a new skincare regime that revives and reboots a dull, wintery complexion. So why not refresh your beauty routine to reveal brighter and healthier-looking skin with the help of Aldi.
Seasonal changes can wreak havoc with skin – shifts in climate, sun levels and changes in the weather can make skin dull and lacklustre. Incorporating these Aldi products into your daily beauty regime this spring will help rejuvenate tired, winter skin to leave it looking and feeling healthier.
Wipe it off
For shortcut cleansing, Aldi’s Lacura Facial Cleansing Wipes (89p) are soft and soothing and available for normal, mature and sensitive skin. Banish make-up, dirt and daily impurities – gently cleanse, tone and moisturise the face, eye and neck area in one quick, easy step.
Rinse it out
Hair needs great foundations, Aldi’s Carino Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner (£1.99) will revitalise dry, damaged hair. The fragrant duo contain Macadamia Nut Oil from Australia, helping to condition and smooth locks, leaving bouncy, glossy, shiny hair.
Relax and unwind with Aldi’s Stress Therapy Herbal Bath Soak (75p). Turn your simple bath into a heavenly spa-like experience - bubbling with bergamot and cedarwood aromas, this soak is the ultimate relaxation.
Daily hydration is your complexion’s best friend. Keep all skin types happy with Aldi’s Moisturising Body Lotion (£1.19). It gently moisturises skin with its enriched blend of avocado oil and Vitamin E – enhancing the skin’s protective layer.
Face the Day
For deep moisturisation for sensitive skin, Aldi’s Gentle Daily Face Cream Q10 (£1.49) with SPF 15 is a light and gentle formulation to improve skin’s elasticity, leaving skin smooth and hydrated.
Protect your style
Soft and shiny hair which maintains a flexible, long lasting hold… yes please!
Aldi’s Carino Hair Spray (79p) is complete with a micro diffusing cap, ensuring even coverage. Its non-sticky formula with pro-vitamin B5 allows you to brush out your style at the stroke of a brush, leaving your hair in great condition.
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