When it comes to skin care I want the best. I can absolutely crave the most expensive, undisputed world-renowned wonder products like everyone else, but sometimes you got to just pull in the reigns on spending, which is where I found myself last summer when I was experiencing a ‘light’ work load.
This coincided with some of my favourite skincare products running out and my skin starting to become parched (read. dry and aged). Without much in the way of funds I turned to Aldi (hear me out) to see if the rumours were true. If you don’t know, Aldi is known for having low cost products that produce high quality results. I decided to try a separate serum and day cream and the results really surprised me, in particular with the serum, which for me was stand out.
I purchased Lacura Renew Multi-Intense (Anti-Wrinkle) Serum, priced at just £2.99/50ml bottle. The blurb: if used regularly it will help improve the facial contours and noticeably reduce the appearance of fine lines. Skin will appear more radiant, healthier and younger.
Taking that last line above, I would absolutely say my skin appeared more radiant. It does have a healthy shine to it when I use this product. I’m not going to say younger, because nothing makes your skin younger. It is what it is, but a well moisturised skin does look healthier, and we’re all simply trying to make the best of what we’ve got, right?
More blurb from the makers: The bio peptide Mimox promotes active skin relaxation and helps reduce the appearance of fine lines. Coenzyme Q10 plays an important role in the stimulation of the skins biological functions. Aquarich, a deep moisturising complex from black oats, with Provitamin B5 and precious Macadamia Nut Oil, moisturises the skin and helps improve the complexion.
Let’s be honest, I’m obviously not a skincare professional, so when it comes to looking at the ingredients list, I don’t know if x is good for y, etc. However I do know my own skin, very well, and my skin said loudly from the get go that it loved this product. My head was in agreement about the price and I’ve now been wearing the product for six months. Some of the time, when I use the serum I forget to layer a day cream on top, but I don’t need to head back to the bathroom because it’s given me enough moisture. That says a lot of me.
If you find yourself needing a top up product like I did you might find this product useful. Have you used this or any other Aldi skin care product? If so, please share in the comments below.
P.S. Following a post on my Instagram feed I’m not the only the one enjoying these products. Lots are in agreement. Click on the link to see what’s being said.
P.P.S. If you haven’t read it yet, you might also like my post on an inexpensive, but high quality foundation that I have found in Marks and Spencer, click here to read more.