Aldi just launched a vegan skincare range with prices from £1.99

It’s news to no one that Aldi is reigning champion of the affordable beauty dupe – but its new launch stands on its own two feet. The budget retailer just unveiled a range of inexpensive vegan skincare encompassing everything from from sheet masks to eye cream, with prices starting from just £1.99.

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The new collection is Aldi’s first ever vegan skincare offering, with all nine products made from entirely natural ingredients. It also upholds the existing values of the entire Lacura range, all of which is Leaping Bunny certified, guaranteeing that it’s cruelty-free and never tested on animals.

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Lacura Natural Vegan Day Cream, £5.99, Aldi 

Included are all of the daily essentials you would need for a solid skincare set-up; the face wash, face scrub, day cream and eye cream are infused with nourishing ingredients like shea butter and coconut and almond oils, and boxed in sleek brown packaging with a chic botanical print.

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Lacura Natural Vegan Eye Cream, £3.99, Aldi

However, if you like your bathroom cupboards to look a little more whimsical, there’s also a set of frankly adorable sheet masks that takes inspiration from the kitchen, using avocado, watermelon and matcha to give your complexion an extra hit of moisture.

Each super-cute pack is a set of two, and at £1.99, they’re among the most affordable options available on the high street right now.

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Lacura Natural Vegan Sheet Masks, £1.99 for 2, Aldi 

Once your face is covered – literally or otherwise – there’s even a vegan hand and nail cream to soothe even the sorest and driest of winter skin with every application.

aldi vegan skincare

Lacura Natural Vegan Face Wash, £2.99, Face Scrub, and Hand & Nail Cream, all £2.99, Aldi

The new Aldi vegan skincare will be available to purchase in stores from 23 January, but you can already pre-order yours online now, so there’s no need to race the crowds at your local store.

In fact, with nothing in the edit costing more than £5.99, it might make sense to have a bulk order delivered to your door.