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Aldi release new dupes of L’Occitane bath and body products saving you more than £40

THERE’S nothing better than relaxing in the shower or bath and using your best skincare products for a pamper evening.

If you love the thought of luxury bath and skincare products but hate the high price tag that comes with them, you’re in luck.


Aldi release dupes of L’Occitane’s cult-favourite shower oil[/caption]


The dupes can save you over £70 compared to the real deal[/caption]

Aldi have once again got luxury products at a fraction of the price and it will make bath and shower time so much better.

Launching in the German retail stores will be a range of warming Almond scented products to beat L’Occitane’s own range.

And the best part? You can find yourself saving 80% from the real deal.

The range, which was a sell-out hit last time it was released will including a dupe of the cult-favourite L’Occitane Almond shower oil which retails for £20.50 for 250ml.

Whereas Lacura’s  Almond Shower Oil made with sweet almond oil to soothe and hydrate the skin will set you back just £4.99 for 200ml.

And that’s not all, also coming into the SpecialBuy aisle is the Lacura Almond Body Lotion, £4.99 for 200ml – a massive saving of £40.51 compared to L’Occitane En Provence Almond Body Lotion.

There’s also an Almond scented body scrub to complete the set for another £4.99 at 200ml, which is doppelganger for L’Occitane’s £22.50 En Provence Almond Body Scrub.

It contains ground sweet Almond shell to gently cleanse and exfoliate for softer and smoother skin.

The delicately scented gel scrub also removes impurities and dead skin cells for a refreshed and toned finish. 

It means that if you get the full set from Aldi instead of L’Occitane you will end up saving a total of £73.53.

Taking to the Facebook group, Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, people shared their excitement for the last time they released the product last years.

Clare said: “For anyone who loves the L’Occitane Almond collection, here’s one for you.

“It smells exactly the same” and have gone on to say it leaves a “very nice feeling on the skin.”

One person wrote: “I’ve tried these products they’re not bad for the price.”

Best beauty dupes

Fabulous’ Beauty Editor, Tara Ledden revealed the cheaper version of your favourite beauty products that you should have in your cupboard.

“A huge 55% of us would like to spend less on our beauty routines according to new research from E.l.f. Cosmetics, so it’s no wonder there’s millions of #dupe videos on Tiktok.

“While some dupes are easy to spot given their look-a-like packing, they’re often lacking when it comes to the contents.

“In fact, some of the best dupes look nothing like the luxury product they’re a dead-ringer for – and, trust me, they’re the ones you want.”

REAL: Benefit Hoola Matte Bronzer, £32.50 DUPE: Natural Collection Bronzer, £3.50 which is a saving of £29. The Natural Collection Bronzer comes in more shades, although it doesn’t have a mirror in the compact. 

REAL: Milk Make-up Hydro-Grip Primer, £35 DUPE: E.l.f. Power Grip Primer, £10. These two share a similar green hue, as well as the same long-wearing, mattifying properties – although, E.l.f’s is so popular it’s just as hard to get hold of. 

REAL: Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Lipstick, £28 DUPE: L’Oreal Paris Color Riche Satin Lipstick Beige A Nu, £8.99. The shades of these two lipsticks are virtually identical on the lips, although while Charlotte Tilbury’s is matte, the L’Oreal Paris Lipstick has a satin finish – which actually makes it more comfortable if you’re wearing all day. 

REAL: Estée Lauder Double Wear Foundation, £40 DUPE: Collection Lasting Perfection Matte Foundation, £6.99. While they don’t look alike from the outside, the formula, consistency and staying power of both foundations is pretty similar – unfortunately, the Collection only comes in 20 shades vs Estee Lauder’s 60 options. 

REAL: Glossier Boy Brow, £20 DUPE: Essence Make Me Brow Gel, £2.50. There’s a whole Reddit thread dedicated to this dupe, so you know it’s got to be good. They both have a waxy consistency and added fibres to make brows look fuller. I have to say, the shade range is far better with Boy Brow, but if you’re brunette, there’s plenty of Essence shade options to try. 

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Another commented: “I need this.”

“OMG I need,” penned a third.

Meanwhile a fourth said: “I want this!”

“The shower oil is actually really good!” claimed a fifth.

Someone else added: “Oh I love L’Occitane!”

If you want to get your hands on the new product launch head to stores on July 25 to stock up.

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There’s also a body scrub to use to make skin baby soft[/caption]


The nourishing body lotion is the perfect finish to a relaxing bath[/caption]

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