Aldi’s popular £3.99 rose facial oil is finally back in stock

From concealer to clay masks, Aldi beauty products have taken on high-end brands with convincing dupes over and over again in recent years. But one product has been a clear standout and that is of course, the budget supermarket’s own version of a skincare formula that’s reportedly loved by the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge, Gwyneth Paltrow and Victoria Beckham.

The Lacura Rose Facial Oil was initially part of a new batch of Specialbuys that launched at Aldi back in June. But now, the popular product is back in stock.

Aldi Rose Oil
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Priced at just £3.99, it’s affordable enough for anyone to slip into their shopping trolley. But you might want to move fast because as its track record shows, it’s sh

Cult serum Trilogy Rosehip Oil (£19.50) has long been the most popular rose oil on the shelves, largely thanks to reports that it’s Kate secret weapon for an amazing complexion. US Weekly stated previously that ‘Kate [Middleton] continues to use rosehip oil in her daily skincare regiment’ and that ‘she loves the effect is has on her skin.’

Gwyneth and VB’s facialist Deborah Mitchell is also a fan of rosehip, while supermodel Miranda Kerr’s beauty line Kora Organics also includes a rosehip oil, which provides users with ‘a rich source of antioxidants and essential fatty acids’.

‘I like to wear rosehip oil at night. It’s full of that many antioxidants and it really works on a cellular level to rejuvinate the skin – I put it on at night and I wake up glowing,’ Miranda herself has said in the past.

Aldi’s own version isn’t an exact dupe for the celebrity favourite – instead, it’s a blend of rose and pomegranate oils – but it could be a way of reaping many of the nourishing benefits of these luxe ingredients for less.

Lacura Healthy Glow Rose Facial, £3.99, Aldi

Aldi describes as ‘intensely moisturising’, ‘delicate’, and ‘perfect’ for use on sensitive skin. As you can see, it’s small but mighty, and a few drops added to your daily routine should be all you need.

Kate may have been spotted in the aisles of Waitrose before – but we wonder if she might now be tempted to switch to Aldi and give the bargain bottle a try for herself?