ALDI fans are scrabbling to the bargain supermarket to get their hands on a Laura Mercier dupe that costs just £5.99.
The beloved Lacura bath soak from Aldi is almost identical to the iconic cosmetics brand alternative and will make your bath time routine just as luxurious.
Aldi fans are scrabbling to get their hands on a Laura Mercier dupe that costs just £5.99[/caption]
The Lacura soak comes in both almond coconut honey and vanilla honey scents and it is the vanilla honey one that’s sent fans wild.
Available from aldi.co.uk, the soak has a great look and feel, and even describes itself as a “golden bath nectar” just like the original Laura Mercier Ambre Vanillé honey bath.
Aldi’s official website says: “Fill your bath with this Lacura Vanilla Honey Bath. A scented golden nectar, this sweet bath soak will help you relax and unwind.
“Take your baths to thelevel with this soothing and scented soak.”
The bath soak also contains almond oil and honey to keep your skin refreshed and smelling good.
Provitamin B5 is also in the ingredients list which helps the skin feel supple and moisturised.
And just like the Laura Mercier dupe, lucky shoppers get a free honey dipper with every purchase.
Aldi says: “Hold the honey dipper under the running tap for blissful bubbles!”
The only other main difference between Aldi and Laura Mercier’s product is that the Ambre Vanillé honey bath will set you back a pricey £45.
But shoppers canup the almost identical soak for just £5.99 – a staggering £39 less.
And with a similar vanilla and honey smell and gorgeous feel on your skin, it’s a great treat for yourself or a loved one and won’t break the bank.
The 300ml pot has just returned to Aldi after not being seen for ages by shoppers, leaving plenty relived to finally have the cheap but wonderful product back on their shelves.
Aldi bosses said that “each bottle has its own stunning scent, giving an air of luxury to the next date night”.
Empress is a dupe of Paco Rabanne’s Olympea perfume at £97 cheaper, while Perfectis another Dior dupe.
The short, square bottle emulates the French perfumer’s Miss Dior… but for £131 cheaper.
A beauty and lifestyle fan also took to social media to show off her latest Aldi find of prosecco flutes and gin bowls – that are strikingly similar to the posh and much more expensive ones from the popular high-street chain, Oliver Bonas.
A staggering £17.51 cheaper, the handmade glasses are sure to leave your guests impressed.
The bargain hunter then wrote: “How unreal are these glasses, the perfect addition to any hosting closet and only £6.99!”
It also comes in an almond coconut honey scent[/caption]