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Lotions/ Creams -Lacura -Intensive Moisturising Lotion for Very Dry Skin

on 2/19/2018 4:14:00 PM

Actually it is a dupe for Nivea (notice the same color), and it feels just like the German Nivea in the tin — for a fraction of the price. Use it if you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to Nivea Creme.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Moisturizers -Lacura -Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Night Cream


I don't even know where to start with how much I love this cream. Its just under 4$ people! 4 dollars!?!! Again, I bought this after looking at the ingredient list on a whim one day whilst at Aldi getting cheap wine. I was surprised to see *no* mineral oil, a huge shocker, and a silicone at the very bottom! This has more Soybean Oil, Avocado oil & Wheat Germ extract then Dimethicone in it! That's amazing in my book. True, Soybean oil may not be as expensive as Rose Hip seed or Argan, but I still prefer that over silicones or mineral oil. AND, there's retinol in here!! I really wish that I knew how much retinol, I'm assuming not that much since there's no percentage listed.

People, this is amazing stuff. I would absolutely pay $20+ for this, and I'm a very budget skincare person (I have workarounds for those 80$ serums. Heck, 30$ serums.). This makes my skin look and feel so unbelievably smooth and soft. As a weird but accurate analogy, its like the difference between a toasted bagel by itself and then a toasted bagel after you spread cream cheese. After switching to OCM, my skin has been less flaky and rough, but this cream really has taken it to a new level. I'm not sure exactly how it gets this smooth--I don't think its just the retinol but a combo of the oils and q10 stuff.

I just slather this on AM and PM, I tried the Lacura day cream but I found it to feel stickier than the night actually, with less benefits (just felt like an ordinary cream). Again, I just can't stress this enough. Even if it doesn't work for you, it's absolutely worth the 4$ to check it out and see if it does. I've been using this for a solid 6 weeks and my skin's texture hasn't been this amazing since pre-teen years. Holy Grail forever product.

6 of 6 people found this helpful.

Treatments (Eye) -Lacura -Protective Eye Cream

on 11/8/2017 10:21:00 PM


Great product for a very reasonable price. You only need a little bit and it absorbs into the skin quickly and without residue. I did notice that the skin around my eyes was smoother.

Cleansers -Lacura -Hydrating Facial Cleanser

on 10/22/2017 9:48:00 PM


I've been buying this cleanser at Aldis for a few years now. It is a non foaming cleanser that's very moisturizing to the skin so it's perfect for dry skin, using it in the winter, also great for skin with excema. It's cheap enough where I buy several bottles and sometimes I use it on my body in the winter in the bathtub. I really love this cleanser it's my favorite.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Cleansers -Lacura -Moisturising Face Wash

on 5/11/2017 9:15:00 AM


Based on the packaging claims alone, this sounded perfect for my sensitive skin: containing pro-vitamin B5, B3 and Bisabolol (derived from Chamomile - acts as an anti-inflammatory); mild formulation; 100% soap free; no perfume; and no colour. What could possibly go wrong? Everything, that's what. And a lesson in when to ignore the packaging claims and go with your gut instinct.

This made my face burn. And when I say burn, I mean buuurrrrnnnn - red hot, like the surface of the sun. I looked like an angry tomato after using this and ended up taking an antihistamine just to try and calm things down a bit. As a result I used it once and believe me, that was enough.

I cannot begin to guess what ingredient it was in this that made my skin react so severely, but whatever it was there's no way I would recommend using this if you have super sensitive skin like mine. And as for its moisturising properties, it certainly didn't do anything for my skin except make it a red, hot, angry mess.

I think this cost me around £1.99, which was probably the tip-off I needed that this maybe wasn't going to be the best thing to apply to my skin. Don't get me wrong, I've used some GREAT products that have cost around about the same price, but sometimes it really does pay to spend that bit extra on a skincare product. Especially if it means you don't end feeling like you've sustained second degree burns.

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