Who doesn’t like a beauty box? Especially one that won’t cost you the earth.
Whether you are obsessed with finding the best eye creams or love to try out the best long-lasting lipsticks, beauty sets are a great way to sample new makeup or skincare without spending a fortune.
So Aldi’s new beauty box, filled to the brim with cult Lacura classics, is more than enough to get you running to their website to get on their waitlist.
The Lacura Loves beauty box, which will be available from September 26, is also a steal at just £ 11.99.
The products, which are presented in a beautifully designed box, are five of the most exciting and popular products in the Lacura line, past and present, including two full-size luxury goods.
Cult classic products include their CBD Facial Serum, H2O Sleep Mask, Healthy Glow Glycolic Tonic, Too Legit Mascara and the latest addition to Lacura’s sought-after fragrance line, Dark Blossom Eau de Parfum.
“We are delighted to launch our very first beauty box – the Lacura Loves box is packed with incredible products from the larger Lacura range,” said Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Purchasing at Aldi UK.
“We not only chose to include cult classics, such as our Too Legit mascara and Healthy Glow glycolic tonic that Lacura fans love, but also some of our favorite products from our most recent launches. because they perfectly present everything we strive to achieve with our Lacura brand – top quality products that don’t cost a fortune.
Want to get your hands on it before everyone else? The waiting list is now open on their website, while you can pre-order the box from September 19.
Aldi’s Lacura range is also known for launching products that are duped by more expensive brands. In May, the brand released its new skincare line – with some of the products replicating luxury brands such as Glow Recipe and Laneige.
Part of the skincare line was Lacura’s Pineapple Face Serum, which contains pineapple extract, vitamin C, and turmeric extract – which was the spitting image. Glow Recipe’s C-Bright Pineapple Serum, but priced at £ 40 cheaper.
The range also included an H20 night mask, which is almost an exact replica of Laneige’s water-based sleep mask, which costs £ 26 to £ 21 more than the Aldi version.