Aldi launches line of budget fragrances including dupe Thierry Mugler Angel for less than £6

Budget supermarket Aldi launched new beauty products this week – and now you can pick up a Dupe Thierry Mugler Angel for less than £6.

Aldi’s Health & Beauty team has been hard at work developing a host of new products, which will hit stores on Thursday 23 June.

There are three new fragrances up for grabs, as well as new skincare and tanning products.

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Goodies would be great (and much cheaper) versions of popular premium brands.

Some of the special beauty purchases will save customers up to 95% compared to similar brands.

What’s on offer?

Lacura Luxe Eau de Parfum (£5.99, 100ml)

Lacura Luxe Eau de Parfum

The fragrance features notes of saffron and iris that complement undertones of papyrus and heady vetiver.

It has been compared to Decadence by Marc Jacobs, which retails for £54.99 for 100ml.

The product description states that it is “deeply woody and sensual” with “creamy notes of jasmine”.

Lacura Guardian Eau de Parfum (£5.99, 100ml)

Lacura Guardian Eau de Parfum
Lacura Guardian Eau de Parfum

This particular fragrance has been compared to Thierry Mugler’s Angel, which will have you cringing £116.00 for 100ml.

The fragrance is said to be “carefully formulated with sweet scents of pineapple, coconut, and tangerine.”

There are also additional base notes of vanilla, amber, caramel and tonka bean.

Lacura Floral Love Eau de Parfum (£5.99, 100ml)

Lacura Floral Love Eau de Parfum
Lacura Floral Love Eau de Parfum

The fragrance described as “a celebration of all things floral” is said to be similar to Viktor & Rolf’s Flowerbomb, which is priced at £105 for 100ml.

According to the product description, there are “notes of rose, freesia, and African orange blossom, complemented by darker woody aromas of bergamot, musk, patchouli, and creamy vanilla.”

It is described as a sophisticated fragrance for those who love floral scents.

What’s new?

Rose Quartz Vibrating Sculpting Roller (£12.99)

Aldi also said it’s taking its “must-have” skincare tool to the next level by launching its own vibrant rose quartz sculpting roller.

It is one of the latest products launched by the store’s health and beauty brand, Lacura.

Vibrant Rose Quartz Sculpting Roller (£12.99)
Rose Quartz Vibrating Sculpting Roller

Face rolling is said to work to relieve tension in overworked muscles and also helps deflate, tone and lift the complexion.

The rose quartz roller helps move toxins and blockages, which will leave your cheekbones looking higher and clearer.

The budget store version of the beauty tool is battery powered and also uses sonic vibrations to ease tension, stimulate blood circulation and increase collagen levels.

It could help make skin look and feel radiant, and it was designed to help shoppers achieve results typically created by spa facials, but for a fraction of the price.

At £12.99, beauty lovers will save up to 35% compared to spending the money on JML’s Vibrating Facial Roller & Massager.

Luxury Illuminating tan drops

Luxe Illuminating Tanning Drops (£4.99, 28ml).
Luxe Illuminating Tanning Drops

Tan fanatics will also be delighted to hear the return of Lacura’s luxurious, five-star Luxury Illuminating Tan Drops (£4.99, 28ml).

When the product hit shelves last Christmas, it sold out within weeks, but it’s now back on the market.

Boasting a lightweight, hydrating formula, Aldi’s Luxe Drops are perfect for achieving a golden, sun-kissed tan while minimizing uneven skin tones and blemishes for a natural glow.

The product description says it’s “equipped with an eyedropper dispenser” so beauty lovers can have “ultimate control over application for a hassle-free, streak-free finish.”

Many shoppers also raved about the quality of the product online, with one commenting, “Love this product.

“A drop in my moisturizer gives a nice healthy glow effect.

“I usually use Tan Luxe products which are expensive in comparison. I will switch to Aldi.”


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