The Lacura Hot Cloth Cleanser Set contains four 75ml tubes, each with different properties, plus a 100% cotton muslin cloth. The cleansers are conditioning Original, purifying Rose, clarifying Pink Clay and refreshing Vitamin C. They can all be used to remove make-up and cleanse the skin.
The Original, which includes cocoa butter, eucalyptus oil and extracts of chamomile, rosemary and white tea, is said to be an impressive dupe for Liz Earle’s Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, which retails at £7 for a miniature 30ml tube. By contrast, Aldi’s set of four 75ml tubes costs just £5.99.
As with all of thebeauty products in Aldi’s Lacura range, the Hot Cloth Cleanser Gift Set is certified as Cruelty Free by the International Leaping Bunny programme. This means that no animals were tested on in the development of the products – so you can go ahead and pamper yourself guilt-free!
Is Lacura Hot Cloth Cleanser Set as good as Liz Earle?
The Lacura Hot Cloth Cleanser Set gets rave reviews both on Aldi’s website and on Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK. Many of the reviews state that the Lacura cleansers are just as good, if not better than, high-end branded hot cloth cleansers like Liz Earle’s. And at £5.99 for the set, they’re surely worth a try!
What other Aldi beauty dupes are there?
Aldi are becoming well-known for their high-quality, low-priced dupes of designer beauty products. Some of the other bargains available at the moment include perfume dupes that cost a fraction of designer scents and a new range of Ebony Rose skincare products, which are available to pre-order online.