Asked By: Owen Peterson Date: created: Sep 14 2023

Who makes the brand Lacura

Answered By: Jackson Ward Date: created: Sep 15 2023

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All opinions remain my own and please refer to my Disclosure Page for further detail – Today we’re talking Aldi’s Lacura skincare line. Just as a bit of a disclaimer: some of these products are available online sometimes (I’ll link them where possible), and the in-store availability is going to vary (I could not for the life of me find the Vitamin C serum despite visiting numerous stores).

It is what it is! Unfortunately the INCI lists aren’t available online and are only on the unit cartons, so I would personally recommend checking them out in-store if you have allergies or concerns around any ingredients, just so you have all the information before you make the purchase! All that being said: let’s talk my hits and misses from the range.

  • First up, let’s do the Hot Cloth Cleanser | £3.99.
  • This looks to be unavailable online at the moment but there’s a Vitamin C version of it you can check out here,
  • I actually really rated this product.
  • If you’ve not used a hot cloth cleanser before, the concept is: you get a cream-based cleanser and you use this as your first cleanse to gently lift makeup and sunscreen as well as moisturising it,

Then you remove it with a cloth and this actually comes with one despite the £3.99 price-point – you have to pay extra for that with Liz Earle (the obvious inspiration for this product)! It’s a little stiff but put it through the wash and it soon softens up.

  • This is a little more fluid and lotion-y than Cleanse & Polish but I don’t see that as a bad thing, and the scent is stronger, which I don’t love but it doesn’t ruin the experience for me or anything like that (and it doesn’t sting my sensitive eyes).
  • It’s formulated with fatty alcohols and glycerin.

This was great, effectively removing my makeup in a way that was gentle and left my skin lovely and soft after us but without any greasy excess, so I definitely recommend it. Next, we have the Moisturising Face Wash | £0.99 | which reminds me a little bit of Simple, though I’ve not used their products for many years so can’t give a very reliable comparison! This is a gentle, water-based cleanser formulated with ingredients like panthenol, Vitamin E and bisabolol to hydrate and calm the skin.

  • This one does contain fragrance.
  • The texture feels somewhere between a jelly and a traditional gel and has a mild lathering effect with water but isn’t stripping.
  • It’s a pretty average cleanser for me, but if you’re going through a patch where you just can’t spend £15-20 on a skincare, or if it’s a bit of an emergency and you need something that does the job but you can’t spend a lot: this will definitely work as a second or morning cleanse (with the Hot Cloth formula being your first).

I also picked up the Jelly Cleanser | £3.99 | which is actually pretty similar but doesn’t contain fragrance. As you might have picked up on: it’s quite reminiscent of the Drunk Elephant cleanser and does also contain marula oil. We also have glycerin and watermelon extract.

  1. This is fine, it’s not drying so if you like a foaming formula: give this a go, they’re just never my personal favourite products! I kind of felt similarly about the Drunk Elephant one too, if I’m honest: it didn’t offend me but I wouldn’t repurchase it.
  2. The main differentiator between this and the Moisturising Face Wash is really whether you’re ok with fragrance in a cleanser or prefer to avoid it altogether.

I was not expecting to like the Pineapple Microdermabrasion Scrub | £3.99 | but here I am, liking a scrub. To be fair, this is really a micro-exfoliant, so it’s not made with rough, natural scrubby bits but very fine, even, uniform particles, paired alongside pineapple enzymes to give a surface chemical exfoliation.

This comes out like a cream and you just apply it, leave it for 2 minutes or so and rinse. I don’t like that the word ‘scrub’ is in the title because you truly don’t need to scrub at your face to get results; rinsing the product off is enough of a manual action. This gives me soft, smooth skin without any irritation and I’m very pleased with it! Next, let’s talk about the Nivea-looking Q10 Multi-Intensive Serum | £2.99.

This is a nice, light creamy-lotion serum that’s moisturising with ingredients like CoQ10 (a powerful antioxidant, neutralising free radical damage from our surroundings), peptides to plump and hydrate the skin, soothing allantoin, urea and lactic acid as natural moisturising factors, panthenol, Vitamin E, glycerin and moisturising macadamia oil.

  • This does contain denatured alcohol, but I don’t find it drying in the overall formula, and fragrance (which is a touch strong for my personal preferences).
  • I find this a moisturising, softening serum with the added antioxidant benefit that’s a great one-stop-shop morning option.
  • For £2.99, this is just fantastic! Also from the Drunk Elephant-esque product line is the Exfoliating Glycolic Treatment | £5.99.

I liked this texture of this product; it’s a kind of lotion gel and goes on nicely. This contains just under a 5% concentration of glycolic acid (an AHA chemical exfoliant for radiance and resurfacing) buffered with ingredients like glycerin and fatty alcohol, which makes it a product I think the majority of people will be able to get on with.

This doesn’t contain fragrance, but does contain flower extracts that some people may wish to avoid. I found that this product smoothed out my skin and gave it a nice glow. I personally used this 2 nights per week, which was spot-on for my skin, and it gave me no irritation at all. A standout for me has to be the Intensive Eye Cream | £3.99.

I have a bit of a love / hate relationship with eye creams; I don’t think they’re going to have an impact (or much of an impact) on most people’s dark circles but I do still think it’s beneficial from a well-ageing perspective to get some good ingredients in this area via a product texture you enjoy using.

  • So, going for an affordable formula is one way to get some good stuff onto the eye area without false promises and inflated expectations.
  • This contains so much good stuff! We have the classic moisturising ingredients of glycerin and fatty alcohol alongside 3-O-Ethylated Ascorbic Acid (a Vitamin C derivative that’s an antioxidant and has a brightening effect), Vitamin E, fatty linoleic acid and some other antioxidants.

There is denatured alcohol in here but it doesn’t cause me any issues and there’s no fragrance. This is a light lotion that feels hydrating but won’t cause milia or anything like that and it works well under makeup, plus it has a lot of added benefits.

I think the top spot has to go to the Peptide Moisturiser | £6.99. I wasn’t actually sure I’d like this when I picked it up because the Drunk Elephant formula it’s ‘inspired’ by was just a little bit too light for me, but this was a pleasant surprise. This humectant-based jelly provides lasting hydration and makes my skin look plump, healthy and glowing with seven different peptides, which are short-chain amino acids, fantastic for skin hydration and they might even stimulate collagen production.

The formula really allows the skin to breathe so I’d recommend this even if you’re on the oilier side and I know this will be a great summer option for my skin. This is well worth taking a chance on for this price-point. Last, but not least, we have the Miracle Cream | £3.99 | which (as you might have guessed from the packaging) is near-enough identical to the classic Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream, right down to the scent! If you’re not familiar with the oil-based balm, it’s a multi-functional product that can be used on everything from a dry nose to cracked heels to adding a bit of gloss to your matte lip.

You can throw it in your handbag for on-the-go nourishment, if you like. It’s just a great thing to have in your arsenal. Overall, I had a really positive experience with the Lacura skincare line, so I’m going to challenge myself to just pick a top 3 when it comes to my must-haves, because there wasn’t really anything here that I strongly disliked.

My #1 product will have to be the Peptide Moisturiser – it’s a great day cream (or gel, really) with fantastic ingredients packed in, which is impressive for this price-point. I also really rate the Hot Cloth Cleanser as a functional product that works, so that’s my #2. Don’t forget to follow me on: Read more posts from this series here !

Is Lacura made by Loreal?

I tried Aldi’s skin products and compared them to brands like Clinique

  • Aldi is best known for it’s bargain prices on garden furniture, homeware products and every day items but could their skin care products be the best bargain of all?
  • Aldi’s own skincare and beauty range ‘Lacura’ is giving big beauty brands like Liz Earle, Clinique, L’Oréal and Garnier a run for their money, as some of the Aldi’s skincare products are almost identical to the products from expensive brands.
  • Aldi’s skincare and beauty products are extremely cheap and value for money, most of the products are inspired by well known beauty brands and are known as ‘dupes’.
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  • What are dupes?

According to health and beauty website ‘Mammabella’ a dupe refers to a product that performs as well, or better, than a more expensive makeup product but is cheaper. It’s not a rip-off of the original, nor is it a fake version of a premium product. We have selected four of Aldi’s skincare products and compared them to their dupes of branded products to see if Aldi really does give them a run for their money. (Image: WalesOnline)

  1. This eye cream, infused with caffeine and green tea is very moisturizing to the under eyes and is an all round amazing eye cream.
  2. I found that the caffeine and green tea was super beneficial when applying this first thing in the morning as it gave my under-eye area the nourishment it needed and reduced inflammation and puffiness.
  3. The name really lives up to itself as it moisturized my under eye area leaving the skin with a silky texture which helped my daily makeup products apply easier.
  4. The cream itself is very creamy and is similar to a face moisturizer which I was surprised at as most eye creams are gel based.

For £4.49 you really can’t fault this eye cream. I would give this product a 4/5 stars. This eye cream is dupe of Clinique, ‘ Moisture surge’, costing £20.00 (Image: WalesOnline)

  • I had high expectations for this product as I am a lover of the brand Clinique but compared to the Lacura ‘Eye Moisture Boost’ I really can’t comprehend the £15 difference in price when the product really is so similar.
  • Like all Clinique products, you can tell that this eye cream is from a luxury skincare brand, the product did soak into the under eye area very well just with one application.
  • The product is gel based so when I applied this product the cooling affect from the gel really helped reduce puffiness and dark circles and made me feel energized and awake first thing in the morning.
  • I would recommend leaving this product in the fridge over night for an extra cool down for the eyes.
  • I would give this product a 4/5 stars.
  • In comparison: Lacura, ‘Eye Moisture Boost’ Vs Clinique, ‘ Moisture surge’.

(Image: WalesOnline) I was so impressed with this Lacura eye cream, I never thought that a skincare product from Aldi would be so similar to a product from Clinique. Even though the creams had different consistency’s, they both left my under eye area so moisturized.

  1. Within a few days of using both these products I really saw a change in my under eye area, the skin didn’t feel dry and I felt my under eye circles had decreased.
  2. The packaging on these products are almost identical, the only difference is that the Lacura product is made out of glass and the Clinique is made out of plastic which I was surprised at as the Clinique was £15 more expensive.
  3. The verdict, I would choose the Clinique moisture surge out of these two products as I felt the gel really lifted my under eye area and made my skin feel tighter and brighter which is just what I need first thing in the morning.
  4. We have Aldi’s Lacura, ‘Rose Water’, costing £0.39
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(Image: WalesOnline)

  • Can we just firstly talk about the fact that this cleansing water is ONLY 39 pence!
  • At first I felt a bit sceptical before using this product and I didn’t really have high expectations due to the price, but I should not have doubted as this product was in fact amazing and worth all the pennies spent.
  • I thought a real test for this product would be removing my eye makeup as mascara and eyeshadow can be difficult to take off but with just one wipe almost all of my eye makeup had been removed.

For £0.39 you really can’t get much better than that. I would give this product 5/5 stars. This micellar water is dupe of Garnier’s, ‘ Micellar Rose Water Cleanse & Glow’, costing £4.00 (Image: WalesOnline) I knew this product was going to do really well as Garnier’s micellar water’s are such a go-to makeup remover and are very popular. I love this product as it’s not just a micellar water, it’s a cleanser as well so my skin felt really clean and nourished after I used it.

  1. The smell on this product is beautiful as it really does have that floral rose scent.
  2. I would give this product 4/5 stars.
  3. In comparison: Lacura, Rose Water Vs Garnier, ‘Micellar Rose Water Cleanse&Glow

(Image: WalesOnline) These two products really are the best micellar waters, especially for removing eye makeup as they both did the job really well. In terms of the packaging for these products, there is no similarity which I was surprised at as their name is so similar so I thought they’d go with similar packaging as well. (Image: WalesOnline) This is a really affordable and beneficial gel based sleep mask that left my skin feeling refreshed and soft every morning after use. I applied this 2-3 times a week and applied it thirty minutes before going to bed to ensure the product had time to sink into my skin. The product absorbs into the skin very well and is light weight and non sticky which is perfect before bed.

  • I would suggest putting this product in the fridge before applying as is it a gel so it’s very cooling, especially in these hot summer months.
  • You will have to keep applying this product for a 2-3 times a week or a few weeks to see noticeable changes to your skin but It’s the perfect cool down and refreshing sleeping mask.
  • I would give this product 4/5 stars
  • This over night sleeping mask is dupe of Laneige, ‘ Water Sleeping Mask’, costing £19.90

(Image: WalesOnline)

  1. This Laneige sleep mask was really hydrating, leaving my skin clear, bright and well nourished.
  2. The smell on this product is very relaxing, it’s infused with a delicate floral fragrance which was prefect for winding down in the evening.
  3. Like the Lacura H2 Overnight Face Sleeping Mask, I used this product 2-3 times a week and applied it thirty minutes before going to bed to ensure the product absorbed.
  4. This sleep mask wasn’t sticky and greasy, the gel formula did reduce puffiness to the skin and my skin did appear to be brighten after use.
  5. I would give this product a 4/5 stars.
  6. In comparison: Lacura ‘H2 Overnight Face Sleeping Mask Vs Laneige, ‘ Water Sleeping Mask’.

(Image: WalesOnline) These two products packaging are almost identical, even the applicator is exactly the same. I honestly don’t think anyone would be able to tell these products apart as they both did the exact same job and were the perfect evening skincare.

  1. Both products feel like a luxurious and expensive skincare mask and is perfect for anyone who wants to feel refreshed and well rested waking up in the morning.
  2. The verdict, due to the Aldi product being almost identical in packaging and having the same results as the Laneige.
  3. The Aldi’s Lacura, ‘H2 Overnight Face Sleeping Mask’ wins this one.

Lastly we have Aldi’s Lacura ‘Rejuvelate Day Cream’ costing £3.49. (Image: WalesOnline)

  • This day cream is the perfect cream for anyone who wants a lightweight everyday day cream.
  • The product wasn’t sticky when applied but was a little bit greasy but that’s due to it’s thicker consistency,
  • The plus of this day cream is that it’s SPF 30, which is great for summer days as your skin is moisturised and also protected from the sun.
  • When using this product, my skin felt very moisturised and clean as the fragrance on this day cream is very floral.
  • This affordable face cream is the perfect every day essential day cream.
  • I give this product 4/5 stars.

This day cream is a dupe of L’Oréal Paris, ‘Revitalift Hydrating SPF 30 Cream’, costing £8.66. (Image: WalesOnline) I had high expectations of this product as L’Oréal Paris face creams are very popular and are known to have great results. This product is very creamy but it feels lightweight on the skin which is perfect for a day cream as thick day creams can feel very heavy on the skin.

  1. After applying this moisturiser for a week my skin did begin to feel firmer and I think it would be great for anyone who wants to reduce wrinkles and their brighten skin.
  2. This product also has SPF 30 which is great when applying under makeup as your skin is protected all day from the sun.
  3. I would give this product 5/5 stars.
  4. In comparison: Lacura, ‘Rejuvelate Day Cream’ Vs L’Oréal Paris, ‘Revitalift Hydrating SPF 30 Cream’

(Image: WalesOnline)

  • Both of these products are really affordable day creams, with immediate results after a few uses.
  • I loved how they both contained SPF as it’s very important to protect your face from the sun.
  • Again, like all the products in this review the packaging was very similar, both products have a red and white theme and the product containers are exactly the same.
  • I would defiantly recommend the Lacura day cream if you are looking for a cheap and effective day cream as it’s great value for the results.
  • The verdict, even though both products were so similar, I have chosen the L’Oréal Paris, ‘Revitalift Hydrating SPF 30 Cream’ as the winning product as even though it was a creamy moisturizer, it really did feel lightweight on the skin and was non greasy which is important when wearing a moisturizer for 12+ hours a day.
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Is Lacura made in Germany?

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Is Lacura made in China?

Aldi recently made waves when it sold a variety of makeup products as limited-time specials under its Lacura private label, Aldi bargain hunters could pick up primer for just $3.99, eye shadow palettes for $5.99, or mascara for $3.99. All of those prices rival what you pay for popular name brand makeup in a drugstore or big box store. Lacura They’re Brilliant Mascara cost $3.99 for a 0.28-ounce (8 grams) tube at the time of publication. That’s on the lower end of prices for mascara. I don’t buy makeup often, but when I do buy it, it’s usually from Target, and I often pay in the $6-and-up range for a single tube of mascara unless I happen to find a sale or I go with an extremely cheap brand.

Rise Above Mascara in a 0.49-ounce tube Rise Above Waterproof Mascara in a 0.49-ounce tube They’re Brilliant Mascara in a 0.28-ounce tube (the one I purchased) They’re Brilliant Waterproof Mascara in a 0.28-ounce tube

I’m not sure why there is a size difference between the Rise Above and They’re Brilliant mascaras, and I didn’t notice the difference until after I’d made my purchase. Because they’re all the same price, I don’t know if the smaller mascaras are someone better quality or not.

It’s a mystery to me. I bought the smaller They’re Brilliant mascara tube, and I got it in the non-waterproof variety because I like to be able to more easily remove my mascara without the need for extra makeup removal products. The Lacura They’re Brilliant Mascara claims it “dramatically lengthens lashes for a fuller look” and “builds volume while separating lashes.” It also says it “delivers definition and curl from root to tip,” creating “striking lashes with just one coat” with “no clumps, no smudges, no flakes.” All of the Aldi mascara appears to be black.

Sometimes I’ll see other brands sell colors such as brown, but that does not appear to be the case with the Lacura mascara. It features an hourglass-shaped wand “designed to add volume.” The applicator wand. To use, the box instructs you to wiggle the applicator from side to side, working from root to tip, to build volume and length. Turn the applicator upright, stroking upward, to help separate and enhance the curled effect. Repeat as desired.

I am no makeup expert. I wear tinted moisturizer, blush, and mascara for special occasions, and that’s it. On most days — especially during the last couple of years — I wear nothing but moisturizer. Of all the makeup options Aldi is currently offering, I felt like I could speak with a bit of knowledge about the mascara, though.

I tried it, and it seems to work as well as other brands I’ve used. Lacura mascara with Lacura eyeshadow. I didn’t apply anything heavily, so your results may vary. My teen daughter also tried this mascara and liked it. Lacura mascara and eyeshadow. It might be a little more gloppy on the end tip of the applicator compared to some other mascara brands I’ve used, but it’s not bad. It was easy to apply and looks good on our lashes. We’ll continue to use it, and I’ll update this post with any new developments.

Is Lacura same as Nivea?

Lacura Q10 Renew Night Cream, £1.49, Aldi – Dupe for: NIVEA Q10 Power Anti-Wrinkle + Firming Night Cream, £10.99, Boots Nivea fans will recognise Q10 as an ingredient anywhere – but these Lacura Q10 moisturisers are one-tenth of the price. In fact, these Aldi beauty dupes are among the cheapest skincare in the entire range.

  • You can also buy both as a set for £2.90, and there’s an accompanying £2.99 multi-intensive serum,
  • Aldi says: Made with the finest, results driven ingredients the Lacura Q10 Renew Anti-Wrinkle Day and Night Cream help protect skin from premature ageing.
  • The reviews say: ‘I have used both these products for a couple of years.

They are creamy, feel luxurious and do not leave my skin feeling oily. Brilliant price too.’

Asked By: John Howard Date: created: Jul 03 2023

Which country is Lacura from

Answered By: Malcolm Brown Date: created: Jul 03 2023

Aldi began shipping this month its European Lacura private-label skin care line to approximately 1,000 stores in 29 states. BATAVIA, Ill. — Aldi began shipping this month its European Lacura private-label skin care line to approximately 1,000 stores in 29 states.

Lacura was introduced in the United Kingdom under the brand name Siana, but has been rebranded as Lacura. Lacura products are currently sold in other countries under the brands Biocura and Ombia, according to an Aldi spokesman. The premium line, created by German skin care specialists, consists of 16 SKUs of facial toners and cleansers; facial creams; eye creams and gels; lip balm; and facial masks and peeling gels.

Retails range from $1.99 for a three-pack of lip care to $4.99 for a 1.7-ounce jar of facial cream. Aldi says Lacura beats competitors on price with products retailing as much as 95% lower than big-name brands. “Our Lacura skin care formulas have won wide acclaim in Europe, so we’re thrilled to be bringing them to U.S.

Asked By: Oswald Roberts Date: created: Jan 10 2024

What is Lacura a copy of

Answered By: Philip Davis Date: created: Jan 11 2024

Luxury perfume fans have been racing to Aldi to get their hands on an affordable new range of designer ‘dupes’ that save them hundreds of pounds. The supermarket’s health and beauty brand, Lacura, has been known to stock a wide variety of perfumes, haircare, homeware and beauty items that all mimic high end brands – but without the price tag to match.

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Now, it has expanded its ever-growing range with three brand new summer perfumes that are said to be ‘dupes’ for major luxury brands, such as Dior and Paco Rabbane. Priced at just 5.99 each, the latest Lacura fragrances have only just dropped in-stores as part of its Specialbuys last Thursday (June 22), but they have already been snapped up by multiple fans on TikTok,

Included in the new lineup is the fruity and floral Lacura Devotion Eau de Parfum (100ml), which is said to be a ‘dupe’ for the iconic Dior J’Adore Eau de Parfum that could set you back up to £116.45. The Lacura Premium Women’s Summer Fragrances are in-stores now (Image: Aldi) There is also the Lacura Perfect Pink Eau de Parfum that is said to be similar to Miss Dior, which can retail at up to a whopping £116.45. The perfume has been described as a “botanical journey” that features a scent that is “reiminiscent of a fresh flower bouquet.” Lastly, there is the Lacura Empress Eau de Parfum, which features notes of jasmine, green mandarin, ginger flower, vanilla and sandalwood.

  • It has been hailed as a ‘dupe’ for the bestselling Olympea by Paco Rabanne that comes in at £87.
  • In total, it means that Aldi shoppers can save themselves an impressive £313.91 with its three Lacura perfume ‘dupes’ that both smell and look like designer brands.
  • Savvy shopper @hollylavender recently took to her TikTok account to share the new Lacura perfume ‘dupes to her 59.2k followers in a video captioned: “Brand new aldi perfume dupes.” Multiple shoppers quickly flocked to the comments to voice their enthusiasm for the new range, with one saying: “Empress one is last ages to.” A second happy shopper wrote: “They smell insane.” And a third added: “I just got these and they smell exactly the same as the real ones and last exactly same they are amazing.” Shoppers can find the new Lacura Women’s Summer Premium Fragrances for £5.99 in-stores now.

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Are Lacura products natural?

SKINCARE? VE-GAN DO IT TOO WITH THE NEW LACURA VEGAN SKINCARE RANGE AT ALDI Supermarket Aldi has launched its very first vegan skincare range from Lacura, making it even easier for those shoppers looking to embrace a plant-based beauty routine. The nine-product, cruelty-free collection, which includes fruity sheet masks and Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Day Cream is not only easy on the eye, but delicate on the skin as well, using a variety of natural oils and elements to create winning results.

LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED DAY CREAM, 50ML (£5.99) LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED EYE CREAM, 25ML (£3.99) LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED FACE WASH, 100ML (£2.99) LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED FACE SCRUB, 100ML (£2.99) LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED HAND & NAIL CREAM, 50ML (£2.99) LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED SHEET MASKS, 2 x SHEET MASKS IN A BOX (£1.99)

The Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Day Cream will support the natural balance of your skin with long-lasting moisture – ideal when we have a long time to go before skin-drying central heating is turned off. Enriched with moisturising ingredients including shea butter and coconut oil, this is the day cream that vegans and non-vegans alike will swear by for locking in moisture and leaving skin deeply hydrated.

  • Containing both shea butter and coconut oil, the Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Eye Cream is perfect for combatting dark, early mornings and refreshing the delicate skin around the eyes.
  • The eye cream will naturally nourish in the lightest and most ethical way, whilst being suitable for all skin types.

The all-new Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Face Wash contains refreshing coconut oil and balancing sacha inchi oil, perfect for nourishing and gently cleansing your skin. The natural ingredients will hydrate skin daily, making this face wash the perfect vegan-friendly cleansing option for all.

  1. With all ingredients in the face wash 100% naturally derived, nature can be relied upon daily to restore and maintain soft, balanced skin.
  2. January is the ultimate month to detox and what better time to get down and un-dirty with Lacura’s 100% Naturally Derived Face Scrub.
  3. Enriched with sacha inchi oil and sweet almond oil, the face scrub will gently exfoliate skin to leave users fresh-faced for the day ahead whilst the apricot seeds will remove dead skin cells for clean and nourished skin.

Cleansing pores with all-natural ingredients, the Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Face Scrub will revitalise tired skin, allowing it to breathe freely. Aldi has hands covered even better than your favourite gloves during the winter with the brand new Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Hand & Nail Cream.

  1. Lovingly softened with Shea Butter and Sweet Almond Oil, this cream will soothe and recover even the driest of winter hands in the most natural way.
  2. Aldi is treating all sheet-mask lovers to the most natural of selections this January, with four new all-natural variants.
  3. Slip on a moisturizing avocado sheet mask whilst enjoying a vegan-friendly avocado-based brunch, whip out a softening watermelon mask after a workout, get the soothing ginseng going instead of a gin or make your way to supple, moisturised skin with your bestie with matching matcha masks.

Did you know? Aldi’s Lacura range is Leaping Bunny certified. One of the few supermarkets across UK and Ireland to guarantee its beauty ranges are not tested on animals, Aldi’s Leaping Bunny certification from Cruelty Free International confirms that no own brand Lacura beauty products are tested on animals.

Is Aldi face creams any good?

What is it? – Described by Aldi as light enough to be worn under makeup, this SPF15 day cream claims to intensely moisturise while protecting the skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays. It also contains caviar extract and pro-vitamin B5 and works to smooth and repair damaged skin so that it’s left supple and looking younger. This day cream’s performance was scored well by most of our testers, with 90% saying that it immediately hydrated their skin. All testers agreed that skin felt moisturised at the end of the day and noticed an improvement to the condition and appearance of their skin after two weeks.

Is Aldi from China?

Deeply rooted in its German heritage and with a global presence, ALDI is committed to growing in China through community-oriented localisation and innovation.

Asked By: Jaden Powell Date: created: Jun 20 2023

Is Aldi face serum any good

Answered By: Ashton Hayes Date: created: Jun 23 2023

Lacura Q10 renew anti-wrinkle multi intensive serum, 50ml While there is absolutely nothing wrong with wrinkles or any signs of aging, this skin quenching serum provides a good hit of hydration, plumping the face for a fuller complexion.

Who makes Lacura day cream?

The verdict: Aldi’s Lacura caviar gold range – This range certainly looks more luxurious than the classic caviar range from Lacura (£7.49, ), and the ingredients included work to bring this luxe feeling to the inside of the products too. While we can’t actually see any signs of the gold, and can’t comment on how much of the precious metal is actually included, it did bring a boujee feeling to our bathrooms each morning, and the hyaluronic acid, ginseng and arolla pine all play a role in plumping the skin and adding radiance from within.

Are Aldi products good quality?

My love for great ingredients is only really rivaled by my love of a great deal. That’s why I do the bulk of my food shopping at Aldi, where I’m guaranteed to get both. The discount grocery chain began in Germany in 1961, according to Aldi’s website, although the family behind it had been running grocery stores for generations.

  • The first outpost in the United States opened in 1976, and since then the chain has grown to more than 10,000 stores in 36 states.
  • Aldi keeps their prices low with some innovative tactics.
  • They stock almost no brand names and source some products, like meats, regionally.
  • Stores don’t need much staff because shelves are stocked with products still in their boxes.

You’re responsible for bagging your own stuff after checkout, and Aldi’s policy of requiring shoppers to insert a quarter for a cart means that most get returned without an employee having to track them down and put them back. The prices are always reasonable, but there’s actually an even better reason I buy my family’s food at Aldi: They offer quality ingredients.

Asked By: Chase Johnson Date: created: Aug 04 2023

Does Aldi have quality products

Answered By: Douglas Perez Date: created: Aug 04 2023

Get To Know Our High Quality, Low Price Products – Every single ALDI product was selected to give you the highest quality at the lowest price. From our local, fresh produce to gluten-free snacks to gourmet treats, we’re here to help you get meals on the table.

Does Aldi sell real brands?

Aldi avoids brand names – Why is Aldi so cheap? At most supermarkets, you’ll find tons of name-brand items, but at Aldi, a whopping 90% of the products are private label. By avoiding brand names, Aldi can skip going through another company and offer you cheaper prices. Make sure you stock up on these value items from Aldi the next time you visit.2 / 14 Sheila Fitzgerald/Shutterstock

Does Lacura contain retinol?

Lacura Q10 Anti-Wrinkle 1.7oz Day & 1.7oz Night Face Cream Moisturizer with Bioflavonoid and Retinol Complex Set – All Skin Types. Dermatologist Tested European Skincare.

Does Lacura have parabens?

Now for RESTORATIVE – (for Mature Skin) Like it’s little sister, Lacura RESTORATIVE is Paraben-free and comes in heavy glass pots with screw on lids and an opening big enough to allow you to get the last bits out. It is certainly richer than Anti-wrinkle, and the Night version feels quite luxurious when you put it on.

This one’s fairy dust includes Calcium-something, which sounds great although as far as I know you can’t prevent osteoporosis with a moisturiser. Can you? Answers on a postcard Anyway, upon application of the latter, my scrubbed-bare physog took on that post-facial gloss and glow, so definitely not one for the daytime (hence being designated Night Cream I suppose) but when I woke in the morning my skin was really wonderfully dewy-soft and fresh looking.

Better than anything for which I would have needed a 2nd mortgage. As for the day cream, it’s lighter and goes on more smoothly, sinking in pleasingly fast. I think this makes a great base for makeup, or is fine just on its own. With SPF6 (their SPF15 version, not reviewed here, has Parabens so I ruled it out) you do get gentle sun protection as opposed to a block, but I reckon this is fine.

  • After all, we don’t want rickets, do we? Both day and night have a pleasant, clean, unobtrusive scent and after a few days of using both, my stressed-out skin really did feel restored.
  • Despite plumping for Anti-Wrinkle, I’m probably going to keep a pot of Lacura Mature Skin for when my face gets dry.

Or perhaps to meet the demands of my not insubstantial décolletage. I just thought of that. Good plan! So, in case you hadn’t already gathered as much, I would certainly recommend the Lacura range, but if you care about Parabens, stick to the two I’ve reviewed here.

No idea why some of the others have them in, but there you go. All in all, these products are great if you’re in belt-tightening mode; also great if you’re not. They’re the real deal. As a footnote, I’d also recommend their Miracle Oil for hair, used as a leave-in conditioner, particularly if you have very thick or curly locks.

Think Morroccanoil, but at £3.49 it’s literally a fraction of the price. Also, have a look at Lacura serum. This is allegedly as effective as Boots’s hallowed Protect and Perfect and once again comes in at just £3.49. The eye cream is nice and similarly inexpensive, but I’m not convinced it’s necessary given the excellent job done by the main creams.

Is German Nivea different?

Confira esta avaliação da Amazon sobre How to tell the difference between German & American Nivea Thankfully I was able to locate a German meat shop that for some reason sells authentic German Nivea. I also purchased American Nivea from Target to compare the two.

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And the difference between the two is this: INGREDIENTS.German Nivea ends in an ingredient called CINNAMYL ALCOHOL.In my experience, German Nivea is firmer in texture and has more thickness, but only slightly.It has a pleasant smell that reminds me of citrus mixed with a vintage-smell type of flower, like rose or lavender.It quickly absorbs into my skin and leaves it soft and smooth.American Nivea ends in an ingredient called METHYLCHOLOROISOTHIALOZENE and METHYLISOTHIALINONE.It is somewhat shinier and thinner, and turns “soupy” in the middle.

It leaves a luster on my skin even after being absorbed (the German cream is luster when applied, but matte once absorbed). It smells similar to the German version, but not as good. It smells more like plastic roses if I could describe the difference. I have a sensitive sense of smell so I definitely prefer the smell of the German cream over the American version.

But for those who don’t care about scent, it isn’t very distinguishable. In any case, I will not be using the American version any longer as I do not like the sound of those two ingredients listed above. They are preservatives.I’ve posted photos of my two cream tins. As you can see, the German version does not explicitly state that is was made it Germany, but the ingredients tell all.German ingredients:Aqua, paraffinum liquidum, cera microcristallina, glycerin, lanolin alcohol (Eucerit), paraffin, panthenol, decyl oleate, octyldodecanol, aluminum stearates, citric acid, magnesium sulfate, magnesium stearate, parfum, limonene, geraniol, hydroxycitronellol, linalool, citronellol, benzyl benzoate, cinnamyl alcohol.- Apparently Canadian Nivea has the same formula, except that it ends its list with just “parfum” (the last 7 ingredients in the German cream are considered fragrances under Canadian standards)American ingredients (Made in Mexico):Water, Mineral Oil, Petrolatum, Glycerin, Microcrystalline Wax, Lanolin Alcohol, Paraffin, Panthenol, Magnesium Sulfate, Decyl Oleate, Octyldodecanol, Aluminum Stearates, Fragrance, Citric Acid, Magnesium Stearate, Methylchloroisothiazoline, Methylisothiazolinone – The Thai version also contains the last two preservatives.

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Is Aldi a Russian company?

History – Albrecht grocery store in Essen-Schonnebeck (1958) Aldi’s original store in Essen and ‘s mother opened a small store in a suburb of, Germany, in 1913. Their father was employed as a miner and later as a baker’s assistant. Karl and Theo were born in 1920 and 1922 respectively.

Theo Albrecht completed an apprenticeship in his mother’s store, while Karl Albrecht worked in a, Karl Albrecht took over a food shop formerly run by F.W. Judt and later served in the during, In 1945, the brothers took over their mother’s business and soon opened another retail outlet nearby. By 1950, the Albrecht brothers owned 13 stores in the,

The brothers’ idea was to subtract the legal maximum rebate of 3% before sale. The market leaders at the time, which often were, required their customers to collect rebate stamps and to send them at regular intervals to reclaim their money. The Albrecht brothers also rigorously removed merchandise that did not sell from their shelves, cutting costs by neither advertising nor selling fresh produce and keeping the size of their retail outlets small.

Is Aldi Russian or German?

ALDI History – For over 40 years, we have stuck to the same guiding principle: great quality should come with everyday low prices. In 1961, the Albrecht Family founded the world’s first discount grocery store in Germany. Learn More >

Asked By: Raymond Perez Date: created: Aug 07 2023

Is Aldi Swiss or German

Answered By: Jesus Bell Date: created: Aug 08 2023

Owned by a German company called Albrecht Discounts, ALDI is a discount grocery chain that started in Germany in 1948. Decidedly no frills, the company stocks virtually all house-brand products, all offered at very low prices thanks to exclusive deals with their suppliers, many of which are big-name producers.

ALDI has approximately 5,000 stores worldwide and the two Albrecht brothers, who own the company, are some of the riches men in the world. But getting back to ALDI’s business strategy, does this sound like another store that we know of? The same strategy, although executed by the US staff and tailored to their customers’ tastes, is the exact same one used by Trader Joe’s,

Trader Joe’s, although it may be based in Southern California, is actually owned by Albrecht Discounts. The company was purchased back in 1979, long before it hit the cultural mainstream. Since that time, it has been left to turn itself into a very trendy, upscale grocery store by following a similar business plan to ALDI.

Asked By: Roger Robinson Date: created: Feb 23 2024

What is Lacura a copy of

Answered By: Owen Sanchez Date: created: Feb 26 2024

Luxury perfume fans have been racing to Aldi to get their hands on an affordable new range of designer ‘dupes’ that save them hundreds of pounds. The supermarket’s health and beauty brand, Lacura, has been known to stock a wide variety of perfumes, haircare, homeware and beauty items that all mimic high end brands – but without the price tag to match.

Now, it has expanded its ever-growing range with three brand new summer perfumes that are said to be ‘dupes’ for major luxury brands, such as Dior and Paco Rabbane. Priced at just 5.99 each, the latest Lacura fragrances have only just dropped in-stores as part of its Specialbuys last Thursday (June 22), but they have already been snapped up by multiple fans on TikTok,

Included in the new lineup is the fruity and floral Lacura Devotion Eau de Parfum (100ml), which is said to be a ‘dupe’ for the iconic Dior J’Adore Eau de Parfum that could set you back up to £116.45. The Lacura Premium Women’s Summer Fragrances are in-stores now (Image: Aldi) There is also the Lacura Perfect Pink Eau de Parfum that is said to be similar to Miss Dior, which can retail at up to a whopping £116.45. The perfume has been described as a “botanical journey” that features a scent that is “reiminiscent of a fresh flower bouquet.” Lastly, there is the Lacura Empress Eau de Parfum, which features notes of jasmine, green mandarin, ginger flower, vanilla and sandalwood.

It has been hailed as a ‘dupe’ for the bestselling Olympea by Paco Rabanne that comes in at £87. In total, it means that Aldi shoppers can save themselves an impressive £313.91 with its three Lacura perfume ‘dupes’ that both smell and look like designer brands. Savvy shopper @hollylavender recently took to her TikTok account to share the new Lacura perfume ‘dupes to her 59.2k followers in a video captioned: “Brand new aldi perfume dupes.” Multiple shoppers quickly flocked to the comments to voice their enthusiasm for the new range, with one saying: “Empress one is last ages to.” A second happy shopper wrote: “They smell insane.” And a third added: “I just got these and they smell exactly the same as the real ones and last exactly same they are amazing.” Shoppers can find the new Lacura Women’s Summer Premium Fragrances for £5.99 in-stores now.

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Are Lacura products natural?

SKINCARE? VE-GAN DO IT TOO WITH THE NEW LACURA VEGAN SKINCARE RANGE AT ALDI Supermarket Aldi has launched its very first vegan skincare range from Lacura, making it even easier for those shoppers looking to embrace a plant-based beauty routine. The nine-product, cruelty-free collection, which includes fruity sheet masks and Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Day Cream is not only easy on the eye, but delicate on the skin as well, using a variety of natural oils and elements to create winning results.

LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED DAY CREAM, 50ML (£5.99) LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED EYE CREAM, 25ML (£3.99) LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED FACE WASH, 100ML (£2.99) LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED FACE SCRUB, 100ML (£2.99) LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED HAND & NAIL CREAM, 50ML (£2.99) LACURA 100% NATURALLY DERIVED SHEET MASKS, 2 x SHEET MASKS IN A BOX (£1.99)

The Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Day Cream will support the natural balance of your skin with long-lasting moisture – ideal when we have a long time to go before skin-drying central heating is turned off. Enriched with moisturising ingredients including shea butter and coconut oil, this is the day cream that vegans and non-vegans alike will swear by for locking in moisture and leaving skin deeply hydrated.

  • Containing both shea butter and coconut oil, the Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Eye Cream is perfect for combatting dark, early mornings and refreshing the delicate skin around the eyes.
  • The eye cream will naturally nourish in the lightest and most ethical way, whilst being suitable for all skin types.

The all-new Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Face Wash contains refreshing coconut oil and balancing sacha inchi oil, perfect for nourishing and gently cleansing your skin. The natural ingredients will hydrate skin daily, making this face wash the perfect vegan-friendly cleansing option for all.

With all ingredients in the face wash 100% naturally derived, nature can be relied upon daily to restore and maintain soft, balanced skin. January is the ultimate month to detox and what better time to get down and un-dirty with Lacura’s 100% Naturally Derived Face Scrub. Enriched with sacha inchi oil and sweet almond oil, the face scrub will gently exfoliate skin to leave users fresh-faced for the day ahead whilst the apricot seeds will remove dead skin cells for clean and nourished skin.

Cleansing pores with all-natural ingredients, the Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Face Scrub will revitalise tired skin, allowing it to breathe freely. Aldi has hands covered even better than your favourite gloves during the winter with the brand new Lacura 100% Naturally Derived Hand & Nail Cream.

  1. Lovingly softened with Shea Butter and Sweet Almond Oil, this cream will soothe and recover even the driest of winter hands in the most natural way.
  2. Aldi is treating all sheet-mask lovers to the most natural of selections this January, with four new all-natural variants.
  3. Slip on a moisturizing avocado sheet mask whilst enjoying a vegan-friendly avocado-based brunch, whip out a softening watermelon mask after a workout, get the soothing ginseng going instead of a gin or make your way to supple, moisturised skin with your bestie with matching matcha masks.

Did you know? Aldi’s Lacura range is Leaping Bunny certified. One of the few supermarkets across UK and Ireland to guarantee its beauty ranges are not tested on animals, Aldi’s Leaping Bunny certification from Cruelty Free International confirms that no own brand Lacura beauty products are tested on animals.

Asked By: Landon Adams Date: created: Feb 19 2024

Are ALDI skincare products any good

Answered By: Alexander Richardson Date: created: Feb 20 2024

If you’ve ever walked down the aisles of Aldi and dismissed the beauty lines without a second thought, we’d highly encourage you to reconsider. Although the low prices and lookalike packaging appear too good to be true at first glance, Aldi beauty products have become big business for the store – and for good reason. Alamy Stock Photo According to trade title The Grocer, Aldi racked up double-digit value sales gains in the beauty category in 2019 – thanks, mostly, to its ever-growing Lacura range. The figures show that there’s been a 14.1 per cent increase in Aldi’s beauty value sales – more than any other discount retailer, and ahead of Boots and Superdrug, too.

As for why? Well, more often than not, Aldi beauty products do actually live up to the hype – not just in terms of the dangerously close copies of popular branding, but with the formulas and ingredients lying inside the containers as well. SpecialBuys come and go, but some core offerings are available all year round.

If these Aldi beauty products aren’t in stock online, check your local store – they may still have some left.

Asked By: Abraham Gonzales Date: created: May 07 2024

What company makes ALDI

Answered By: Evan Parker Date: created: May 08 2024

History – Albrecht grocery store in Essen-Schonnebeck (1958) Aldi’s original store in Essen and ‘s mother opened a small store in a suburb of, Germany, in 1913. Their father was employed as a miner and later as a baker’s assistant. Karl and Theo were born in 1920 and 1922 respectively.

Theo Albrecht completed an apprenticeship in his mother’s store, while Karl Albrecht worked in a, Karl Albrecht took over a food shop formerly run by F.W. Judt and later served in the during, In 1945, the brothers took over their mother’s business and soon opened another retail outlet nearby. By 1950, the Albrecht brothers owned 13 stores in the,

The brothers’ idea was to subtract the legal maximum rebate of 3% before sale. The market leaders at the time, which often were, required their customers to collect rebate stamps and to send them at regular intervals to reclaim their money. The Albrecht brothers also rigorously removed merchandise that did not sell from their shelves, cutting costs by neither advertising nor selling fresh produce and keeping the size of their retail outlets small.