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Here are the new skincare products that you need to try from Aldi

With a large market dedicated to skincare products, it’s really hard to find the right products that are affordable on a budget without completely compromising your skin.

A large number of students turn to dupes simply because they cannot afford the real thing, with this comes disappointment and that leads them to sacrifice their funds for expensive beauty routines.

It’s no surprise when Aldi, our beloved affordable supermarket, surprises us. Carrying their own line of skin care that ranges from night creams to mud masks. Here are four “dupes” Aldi supplies and are really like the real thing.

Charcoal mud mask
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▪C h a r c o a l m u d m a s k▪ For today's mask I decided to use the @aldiuk - Charcoal mudmask. - The consistency of the mask is really lightweight and smooth, I only needed to do one coat with product from the lid. - By the time I could find good lighting to take a picture with the mask on, it had all pretty much dried down. So, it definitely works quickly on the skin and changes from black to a lightish grey. - I usually use facemasks in the shower, as it's easier to wash off. However, on this occasion as I wanted to review and watch how it worked on my skin. I decided to use it after my shower, it was easy to wash, but as usual with charcoal it leaves black splatters everywhere. - The mask does have a slight minty smell, which isn't too overpowering, but unfortunately it doesn't smell as good as the Loreal charcoal mask. - Overall, I'm very impressed with the mask for £4/£6 (purchased on sale), it definitely lives up to the hype. I also didn't develop any tingling or uncomfortable feeling, which can sometimes happen with new masks and when they're drying. My face felt very smooth and purified after! #blogger #beautyblogger #skincareblogger #beautyblog #skincareblog #instablog #blog #contentcreator #skincare #skin #facemask #mask #facemaskfriday #charcoalfacemask #charcoalmask #mudmask #aldifacemask #aldiskincare #aldifinds #aldi

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I'm sure everyone has seen celebrities such as Miley Cyrus and Vanessa Hudgens posting pictures onto Instagram, rocking their Glamglow facemasks and raving about how much of a fan they are. Priced at £42.00, they really aren’t practical for a student budget. So, Aldi offering its own charcoal mud mask at the price of £5.99 is a godsend. You may be thinking “oh it can’t be that good, it’s from Aldi”, well your thinking would be incorrect. This mask offers all the benefits and maybe even more than that of the Glamglow mask, including saving you a pretty penny. Your skin will be feeling left invigorated, cleansed and blessed.

Designed to removes excess oils, gently exfoliate the skin and help minimize pores—your skin and bank account will be thanking this little Aldi miracle.

Pink clay mask

The Australian pink clay skincare products from Sand & Sky have been all the rave in recent months, purchasable on almost all online beauty websites with the price of £39.90. So, when Aldi released its own version of this product, heads turned instantly. Coming in at the price of £5.99 again, you cannot go wrong with this product at all.

Offering all the same perks of that of the Sand & Sky mask, this pink beauty offers aims to detoxify and brighten your skin. Something we find perfect for the rundown student who needs a fresh face for important lectures. Not to mention it's cruelty-free!

Caviar night cream

The Mario Badescu caviar night cream may be one of the best things to ever grace your face, but Aldi gives you the same thing for a much lower price. Pricing its own caviar night cream at £6.99, say goodbye to that tired and dull face. This aims to illuminate and hydrate your face all in the comfort of your own bed.

Pink clay scrub

This is another “dupe” from the Sand & Sky range but at a much lower price point. It’s a known fact that everyone loves a good scrub, and we shouldn’t have to splurge out for a simple human necessity. This product helps to refine, mattify, absorb oil and give you a gentle exfoliation to remove dead skin—it does all this without leaving you stripped of your natural oils. This little gem can be found for the price of £2.99, and yes it's also cruelty-free.