Cruelty Free On a Budget: The Must-Have Products From Aldi’s Lacura Range

It was such an exciting announcement to hear that one of Ireland’s favourite supermarkets, Aldi, had received the Leaping Bunny certification for their Lacura cosmetic range. The Leaping Bunny is the only internationally recognised programme for cruelty-free cosmetic products, and is the most reliable official cruelty-free certification in the world. You can find out in-depth why, here: Celebration! 5 Years of the EU Ban: Cruelty Free International

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The official Leaping Bunny/Cruelty Free International Logo

The Lacura range by Aldi is not only cruelty-free, but very affordable, too. The brand offers an array of cosmetic items, with amazing NEW products to get you glowing this Spring.

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Lacura Mascara 

With three different formulas to choose from, you can go for the XXL, Volume Sensational or 3D Effect mascara. At a bargain price of €2.49, these mascaras could even be collectibles for your cruelty-free makeup collection!

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Lacura Mascara, €2.49/11ml

Lacura Concealer Pen

A low-cost yet efficient way to conceal any blemishes and banish dark circles, the Lacura Concealer Pen comes in four versatile shades; Cashmere, Savanna and Amber.

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Lacura Concealer Pen, €3.99

Eau De Toilette

It can be so difficult to find an officially-certified cruelty-free perfume that is within anybody’s price range, which is why these new fragrances from the Lacura range are a steal! Choose from three scents to suit your personality; Dancing Queen, Girly on Tour or Princess for a Day.

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Lacura Eau De Toilette, €3.99/30ml

Lacura Glycolic Pads

Glycolic Pads are the most convenient way to cleanse and exfoliate your face. They have become a popular beauty trend over the last year due to their ability to scrub off dead skin cells and remove makeup quickly and easily. Lacura’s Glycolic Pads are effective at improving the texture and tone of your skin, as well as resurfacing the skin for clean, soft skin.

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Lacura Glycolic Pads, €3.99/60 pack

 

Lacura Argan Day/Night Cream

An effective, low-cost and cruelty-free alternative to Garnier’s Moisture Bomb moisturiser, these creams replenish the skin with moisture. Their concentrated formula is infused with natural Argan oil, a cherished ingredient in the beauty industry for its restorative properties. The Lacura Day Cream helps to regenerate cells naturally while smoothing the skin, and the Lacura Night Cream coats your skin in a restorative blanket of moisture to renew your skin’s softness while you sleep.

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Lacura Argan Day/Night Cream, €3.99 each

Lacura Miracle Cream

This is the cream we all need after this cold and snow we have been exposed to in Ireland recently. Lacura’s Miracle Cream is coming to the rescue! The cream seals in moisture to soothe dry skin, relieve irritation and is great for using post-waxing and shaving. You can also use the cream on dry lips, cuticles and your feet!

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Lacura Miracle Cream, €4.99

Lacura Illusion Touch 2-in-1

Yes! A cruelty-free and cheaper alternative to MaxFactor’s Face Finity Foundation, Lacura’s Illusion Touch 2-in-1 foundation combines a high coverage, creamy concealer with a liquid foundation. The result? Flawless (and Pawless!), natural-looking skin. The handy mirror in the lid of the product is a nice bonus, too. Choose from three versatile shades; Cashmere, Savanna or Amber.

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Lacura Illusion Touch 2-in-1, €6.99, 1x2g/1x30ml

All of these products will be available in all 130 Aldi stores nationwide from the 8th of March 2018. For more information, visit http://www.aldi.ie.

Let me know if you try any of these products out, and how you get on with them!

 

 

 

 

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Flawless and Pawless is Ireland's cruelty-free cosmetic blog created by 23 year-old cosmetic expert, Ailsha Davey. With eight years working in the beauty industry in Dublin as a professional make-up artist and cosmetic expert, Ailsha discovered some of the horrors of cosmetic animal testing- and the lack of knowledge within the Irish market about it. Flawless and Pawless has been set up to spread awareness across Ireland of cosmetic animal testing, as well as to provide suggestions for cruelty-free alternatives to the Irish market's favourite cosmetic products.

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