Lacura Skincare from Aldi: Caviar Illumination Day and Night Creams

Lacura Skincare from Aldi: Caviar Illumination Day and Night Creams

I feel like Aldi is a place which is often overlooked when it comes to skincare. But let me tell you – it ain’t half good when you drop on some of their special buys and beauty treats from time to time. Some of the products in the Lacura range boast a range of ingredients which you’d see more commonly in some of the high end skincare products from more fancy retailers; the difference being that Lacura comes in at a fraction of the price.

Caviar Cream from Aldi Lacura Skincare Range

My favourite product from the Lacura skincare range has been the Lacura Facial Oil which I do wish they’d make in to a regular line. I love using oils rather than a heavy moisturiser at night, but when the wind is a’blowing and this cold winter chill is in the air, I do steer more towards a thicker night cream and always use a light moisturiser underneath my make up.
The new Lacura Caviar skincare range has been praised by press recently for being ‘nearly as good’ as the La Prairie Skin Caviar Cream, which costs almost £300. But how much does the Aldi version set you back? A mere £6.99, I’ve personally not tried the La Prairie cream, as to be honest I’d rather spend £300 on something pretty like a new pedigree cat or something, but online reports tell me that there are a lot of similarities between the two – not only in the rather sleek packaging either, 
Aldi Lacura Caviar Cream contains snow algae, which is a whimsical sounding ingredient which promotes the production of collagen within your skin. Collagen is essential to keeping your skin firm and renews cells, which helps to give you a lovely little glow. Not only does this skin help with anti-aging needs, but the lusciously thick formula feels instantly smoothing and absorbs straight in to your skin. After a few days of use, I have noticed my skin seems a little more plump and soft than usual, so thus far I am impressed!
I don’t think I’ve ever had a skincare product from the Aldi Lacura range which has disappointed me. It’s hard to see a downside when the products are so cheap, yet deliver with expert formulas and some really good ingredients for the price point.
Would you try skincare from Aldi? If not – do it, Do it now. 

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