The $30 ALDI moisturiser people are losing their minds over

The day cream rivals La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Cream but comes as a fraction of the price. Source: ALDI
The day cream rivals La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Cream but comes as a fraction of the price. Source: ALDI

THERE are many reasons to love ALDI, cheap booze, Special Buys sales and now amazing skincare.

Women are losing their minds over a moisturiser that rivals the cult favourite La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Cream which retails for $575.

The best part is that it comes in at a fraction of the cost with the whole gift box setting you back just $30.

The Lacura Caviar Illumination went on sale on Wednesday as part of ALDI's Special buys and beauty bloggers and skin lovers have been raving about it.

First, the packing looks luxe (which is always a bonus) and it is full of good things for your skin, like Caviar extract.

Caviar extract is rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals that skin loves. Plus it's a powerful anti-aging active ingredient, which is a big win.

It's been described as 'very moisturising without that greasy feeling' and 'gliding on like a dream'.

We won't be surprised if this becomes one of the most coveted products in bathrooms all over the country.

But it gets better because it comes in a set, which means you also get the Caviar Illuminating Night Cream and Caviar Illuminating Eye Mousse too.

If you're thinking about giving it a go you better get in quick because we're sure this Special Buy won't last long.

We're running to ALDI right now to load up a trolley full because at $30 a set, why wouldn't you?

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