Walking around Aldi stores in recent months you may have noticed that the brand has now extended its beauty category. Aldi now offers makeup, skincare, suncare and bodycare along with products for the home, such as diffusers and candles.
What is also becoming more and more popular is lookalike products from Lacura which retail at low prices. However, the Lacura range is not to be dismissed as the product offers great quality and performance mainly due to the formulas and ingredients used within these lookalike products, which are very similar to other well known brands.
Lacura Pink Clay Range
This is *very* similar to the Australian Sand & Sky range, but at a fraction of the cost. Aldi offers a mask, hot cloth cleanser and exfoliator. It claims to reduces the appearance of imperfections and detoxifies skin while leaving your skin looking clearer and brighter.
Lacura Facial Cream
Lacura Eyeshadow Palettes
Lacura Liquid Illuminator
This highlighter may not quite look the same as Iconic London Illuminator, but the formula is quite similar. Iconic is Instagrams illuminator of choice, but with Aldi’s version performing just as well this is a must try!
Lacura Healthy Glow Rose Oil
Lacura Snapshot Ready Foundation Primer
This could only resemble the Smashbox Photo Finish Primer, which is revered in the beauty world. Aldi’s version is oil free and claims to have many similar benefits to the original, in that is blurs imperfections and stops makeup sitting in open pores and fine lines.
Lacura Loose Setting Powder
Lacura Too Legit Mascara
Lacura Overnight Repair Concentrate
Another Kiehl’s dupe from Aldi is this Lacura Overnight Repair Concentrate, which looks like a double for The Midnight Recovery Concentrate. This is a nighttime oil that hydrates and visibly restores skin and replenishes it for smoother, healthier-looking skin—all while you sleep.
Lacura Healthy Glow Retinol Toner
A lot of the beauty offers from Aldi tend to be available in the ‘Specialbuy’ area of the store and not the beauty section. The products also change quite regularly, so make sure that you keep an eye out in Aldi stores and online.
Are there any other dupes you’d like to see in the shopping aisles of Aldi?