Aldi is selling a miracle cream for under £4

Discount supermarket Aldi launched its latest range of beauty Special Buys on Sunday – and amongst the products was the return of their popular Lacura Miracle Cream. Priced at just £3.99 for a 50ml tube, the cream has received rave reviews for dealing with all sorts of skin problems.

Aldi is selling a miracle cream for under £4
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Aldi is selling a miracle cream for under £4

Aldi’s £3.99 Lacura Miracle Cream is back! The popular moisturiser is part of the supermarket’s latest range of beauty Special Buys, which launched on Sunday. The multi-purpose cream is perfect for your winter skincare routine as it protects against the drying effects of the wind and cold weather.

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A miracle cream

According to Aldi’s site, the cream is also really effective at relieving inflammation and soothing your skin after shaving or waxing and can also be used to help with dry or cracked heels. When the cream was on sale last year some reviewers even reported that it had worked wonders on their spots and psoriasis.

One reviewer compared Aldi’s Lacura Miracle Cream to Elizabeth Arden’s 8 Hour Cream, saying it’s ‘very similar to the Elizabeth Arden 8 hour cream but a lot cheaper.’ However, not everyone is a fan as there are some negative reviews online which compare the cream to Vaseline and say it’s too greasy.

Buy it online and in stores

As with most skincare products, it won’t work the same way for everybody–but at less than £4 a tube we’ll definitely be giving it a try. The 50ml tube of Lacura Miracle Cream is available both online and in Aldi stores now whilst a two-pack is available online only for £7.98 (this doesn’t actually save you any money so we’d recommend just getting one tube to start if you haven’t tried it out yet).

Also included in Aldi’s latest beauty drop was a Foreo Luna silicone cleanser dupe that costs just £7.99, a whole lot cheaper than the £80-200 you can expect to pay usually for a similar product. There are even three different types, colour-coded for the type of skin they’re best suited to.

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