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Are you looking to upgrade your skincare regime without paying a fortune? Supermarket giant Aldi has come to the rescue, with two brand new products that aim to give you a luxury skincare experience for less.
The new Lacura Ebony Rose collection – which will be available to pre-order here from 14 February and in stores from 21 February – is the newest addition to Aldi’s cruelty-free skincare collection.
The range includes a face cream and a face mask, and the biggest sell? Both products have a price tag of just £6.99 each.
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The formulas are infused with black rose, an ingredient renowned for its skin-brightening effects. It also happens to be a key ingredient used by luxury skincare brands like Sisley Paris.
Favoured by beauty fans worldwide, Sisley’s Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream, £146.50 here, has received loads of five-star reviews from shoppers on Space NK, with one customer claiming the cream is “one of a kind”.
But Aldi compares its own Ebony Rose Face Cream to Sisley’s luxury cream – and shoppers could save over £139 if they swapped to this bargain version.
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Perfect for a lockdown pamper session, Aldi says its new Lacure Ebony Rose Face Mask will leave the skin feeling smoother, softer and more plump-looking. It also contains skin-softening shea butter.
The brand also compares this reasonably-priced face mask to Sisley’s Black Rose Cream Mask, £115 here.
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According to Meghan Markle’s former make-up artist Lydia Sellers in an interview withToday, the luxury Sisley mask is apparently a favourite of the royal.
"This is great for skin prep, because you don't have to rinse it off,” Lydia told the publication.
“You can wipe it away after 10 minutes, leaving your skin supple and bright. It's my favourite when prepping for make-up application.”
If you’re looking for that royal glow without splashing the cash, we recommend switching to Aldi’s cheaper version as you’ll be saving a whopping £108.
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