Aldi is launching a budget version of the cult Glamglow Supermud Mask into stores this week.
The discounter’s £6.99 Lacura mud mask, which looks similar to the £39 Hollywood product, is already sold out online and will launch in stores on Thursday.
The Glamglow Supermud Mask has gained a loyal following due to its numerous skin-boosting claims, which include preventing blemishes, breakouts and ingrown hairs, while “visibly tightening skin’s texture and pores”.
The Aldi Lacura Exfoliating Mud Mask similarly claims to minimise the appearance of pores to leave the skin “looking instantly more radiant and feeling firmer”. The formula contains green tea extract, witch hazel, clay and red algae extract, which are known for their blemish-busting properties.
The mask will launch alongside three new products in the Lacura range, including a £5.99 body scrub with coffee and seaweed extracts, £5.99 clay body mask and £4.99 body balm with coconut oil, cocoa butter and seaweed extract.
Aldi’s Lacura range has won over beauty editors in the past with its budget versions of high-end skincare products including its £6.99 Caviar Illumination Day Cream, which took on La Prairie’s £292 Skin Caviar.