Sunday, 31 March 2019

Aldi dupes; are they any good?

 Yes, yes they are.
So there you go.
I actually wasn't expecting much, but the glycolic pads £2.99 have made me skin so much better after a tonne of chin breakouts, and the hot cloth cleanser £3.99 is spot on for a daily polish!

The miracle balm £3.99 i have used on my dry lips, dry feet and legs after shaving to relieve the itching.


I have popped back for more cleansing pads ( i have 5 tubs to keep me going!) and a hot cloth cleanser.

Npow, if you're comparing them to the obvious Liz Earle hot cloth cleansing, then no they're not the same, but we cannot always afford the £19.50 price tag, so for a luxury home facial, and chill this is brilliant.
The Nip+Fab pads are daft prices unless on offer, and to use daily to bi-daily £2.99 is fine for me!

So if you want to treat yourself to the high end thats cool, but if you want something while you're on a shoestring, these are top! I have sensitive skin too, and I had no breakouts or reactions FYI!

I really want to try the foundation now! So may be heading back this week! :)

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